The Fairmont Turnberry Isle Resort

The Fairmont Turnberry Isle Resort is a North Miami landmarkFlorida Golf that has garnered several citations from various reputable travel magazines. Set in the tropical acres of Aventura, Florida, the resort is among South Florida’s distinguished golf hideaway. The resort also boasts of its 2 championship courses that were completely redesigned by the renowned Raymond Floyd. These unique layouts feature the gently contoured fairways, impressive water features, doglegs, and plenty of elevation changes. The resort is being highlighted by the magnificent 64-foot waterfall that has been considered as the Florida’s largest.

Florida GolfThe Miller Course offers the fair test of golf that plays at 6,417 yards par-70. This layout was given a course rating of 72.0 and a slope rating of 143. The Soffer Course on the other hand features the lush tropical grounds highlighted by the array of elevation changes, the contoured fairways, and the sharp changes within holes. While on play, golfers will get the authentic Florida tropical feel with the brilliant shades of indigenous flora and trees. This stay and play championship golf course will surely put to test every golfer’s skills  even that of the professionals with the challenging conclusion at the layout’s island finishing hole.

Over the years, the Fairmont Turnberry Isle Resort has been a popular setting for various golf tournaments. The resort became the proud host of The Stanford International Pro Am, a certified LPGA tour event as well as the NBC/ADT Golf Skills Challenge. In order to compliment the high-caliber championship layouts, the resort created a partnership with the prominent Sports Training Network. Guests can now be provided with first-rate golf instructional programs including daily clinics, private lessons, and beginners’ tours.

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