Two legendary courses at the best Miami golf resort and club
From the very first tee, you are greeted by emerald green paspalum fairways and greens that are immaculately groomed providing the best Miami golf experience. Winding through a colorful, sub-tropical foliage, white sand and spectacular water features, the tranquil surroundings allow you to swing the club with smooth tempo and enjoy a relaxing round of golf that is challenging, yet a pleasure to play in every way.
Once again you wonder: “How do I finish in as few strokes as possible but make it last all day?”
Originally designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., both of the Turnberry Isle Miami’s 18-hole championship golf courses – the Soffer and Miller Courses – have been re-interpreted by golf icon Raymond Floyd. The result showcases the best of Florida golf, with contoured fairways, clever doglegs, rolling greens, perfectly carved bunkers, strategically placed water features and a variety of elevation changes to challenge and enthrall resort members of any handicap.
For members interested in honing all aspects of their game, Turnberry Isle’s resident golf pro Hiro Suzuki was the golf director for Robert Trent Jones, Sr. for 20 years and is a former PGA of America Teacher of the Year, while Gary Knapp has been voted “Teacher of the Year” by both the South Florida PGA and the Southern Nevada Chapter of the Southwest Section PGA.
Offered daily at 9 a.m., Turnberry Isle Miami’s resident golf pros share their expert tips – from how to perfect your swing, to achieving a textbook short game. Lessons are available upon request. Proper attire is required.
Recent Awards & Championships
Rated 4 ½ stars by Golf Digest Magazine
Golfweek, “Best Courses to Play,” 2011
GOLF, “Premier Resorts: Silver Medal Winner”
Golf Digest, “America’s Top 50 Courses for Women”
IAGTO, “Golf Resort of the Year,” North America
USA Senior PGA Championship 1980
USA Senior PGA Championship 1981
Elizabeth Arden LPGA Program 1984
Stanford International Pro-Am 2008
NBC/ADT Skills Challenge 2008