Turnberry Isle Miami – Miller Course

There is a legendary golf vacation destination set in Miami, Florida called Turnberry Isle Miami – Miller Course that displays a Mediterranean-style property hosting luscious greens and a rejuvenating sight of wide acres. Renovated four years ago with an ample budget of $150 million, this famous golf course was installed of 392-rooms attractive to golf enthusiasts all over the world. The award as a Premier Resort Silver Medal from Golf Magazine still glitters like the sunshine in Florida for this highly celebrated golf location.

The Turnberry Isle Miami – Miller Courseis one of two on-property golf courses together with Soffer Course. With the works of golf architect, Raymond Floyd, the property was re-energized from its original design by Robert Trent Jones Sr. There are now more contoured fairways, sharp doglegs, magnificent water hazards, elevated alterations and interesting bunkers at place to provide a feel for a professional tournament in the area. The par 70 course is a stretch of 6,417 yards and 72.0/143. Having a waterfall as centerpiece, a Lake Julius for numerous back nine holes, and the fairways as tactic thrilling, this golf trip location has opened the doors for electrifying games like the LPGA tour events.

As part of the stay and play golf vacation package, Turnberry Isle Miami – Miller Course also offers the Spa & Fitness Center where golfers can make golf-swing strategic sessions while having a relaxing spa treatment. A statistically sought for option, though, is soaking up the sun at Ocean Club by the Atlantic. Just a 20 minutes shuttle ride from Fort Lauderdale Airport and a shuttle ride from Miller course, the resort also serves steak which has become the top dining pick for most golfers. 

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