Two legendary courses at the best Miami golf resort
Golf Overnight Package Gift Cards
Tis’ the season of legendary golf; so this year, give the gift of one of the best golf experiences in all of Florida through some of our unique overnight golf packages.
Please call 305-932-6200 to purchase your gift card today. Must be resort guest for golf play.
Enjoy the best golf experience in all of Miami
Originally designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., Turnberry Isle Miami’s 18-hole championship courses – The Soffer and Miller Courses - have been re-interpreted by golf icon Raymond Floyd. With contoured fairways, clever doglegs, rolling greens, perfectly carved bunkers, strategically placed water features and a variety of elevation changes to challenge and enthrall casual golfers and enthusiasts alike, Turnberry Isle Miami is a showcase of the best in Florida golf.
Guests interested in honing all aspects of their game can learn from the best. Join Turnberry Isle’s resident golf pros, Hiro Suzuki - golf director for Robert Trent Jones, Sr. for 20 years and a former PGA of America ‘Teacher of the Year,’ along with Gary Knapp, South Florida PGA and the Southern Nevada Chapter of the Southwest Section PGA ‘Teacher of the Year,’ for one-on-one sessions.
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.
- Full Pro Shop
- Driving Range, Chipping & Putting Greens
- Electric Carts with GPS
- Caddies & Forecaddies
- Private Lessons & Group Clinics
- 19th Watering Hole, Cascata Grill Restaurant
- 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
According to our golf pro Hiro Suzuki, 60 percent of miss hits come from adjusting your spine angle after aligning your swing. So remember that once you line up your swing, keep your body at the same angle until you make contact with the ball.
Read about Turnberry Isle in the May issue of Golf Digest. Click here to view article.