Hit the Links: Historic Miami Beach Golf Club

Hit the Links Historic Miami Beach Golf Club

Situated in the heart of Miami Beach, amid the high rises, palm trees and ocean air, lies a golfer’s paradise. The Miami Beach Golf Club offers a true test for players of all levels. Created with a discerning eye for detail and impeccable taste, the course’s 18 holes and 6,800 yards of bunkers, bumps and bogeys in waiting will tempt and test the golfer in you. The Miami Beach Golf Club is a perfect spot to hit the links during your Bluegreen Vacations escape to Miami.

Hit the links at the historic Miami Beach Golf Club

The Miami Beach Golf Club opened in 1923 as a course for the wealthy winter residents of Miami, Florida. During WWII, the U.S. Army rented the Miami golf course of for training, changing the space from luxury grounds to military fields. Thankfully, the war ended and the grounds were redeveloped into the beautiful greens they were meant to be in the 1950s. And most recently, in 2002, the course received a $10 million facelift. Situated in the heart of Historic Miami Beach, near the Bluegreen Vacations resort Solara Surfside, this course has attracted millions of avid golfers over the past 90-odd years. One can only imagine the tales of Golden Age golfers, young soldiers and up-and-coming Miami socialites these greens have seen. As beautiful as it is historically relevant to the rise of Miami, this course is sure to please.

Miami Beach Golf Club

The course was designed by Arthur Hills, one of the leading course designers in the United States. He was personally responsible for designing over 160 courses throughout the nation, and is known for making courses that are playable and enjoyable for golfers of all skill levels. Included in the list of courses designed by Hills are The Landings in Savannah, Georgia and Palmetto Dunes, South Carolina. Thanks to Hills’ work, the grounds are one of Miami’s most beautiful and highly regarded golf courses.

The Miami Beach Golf Club offers an 18-hole regulation length course with water near all but two holes, as well as a driving range. The course has a par 72 from the longest tees and measures 6,903 yards. It has a course rating of 73.0, with a slope rating of 127. If you want to check out some of the best golfing in south Florida, schedule a tee time. Book online or via telephone. The professionals at the course offer golf lessons for beginners and those who just want to perfect a particular shot. An exceptional pro shop offers everything you may have left at home, as well as souvenir shirts, hats and glasses to commemorate your fantastic outing.

Miami Beach Golf Club

The clubhouse on the course offers a great menu, with light items such as salads and wraps, as well as more filling choices such as sandwiches, nachos and burgers. Stop by before your tee time and charge up your batteries for a good round. Or swing through after your round to recharge before heading back to Bluegreen’s Solara Surfside.