Miami Beach Golf Club originally opened in 1923 under the name of Bayshore Golf Course. Although the property has undergone a number of renovations since then, many of the course’s original characteristics are still apparent.
Like a lot of older Florida golf courses, keeping the ball in play is important at Miami Beach. Thick Bermuda rough and overhanging palm trees make recovery shots difficult.
The greens are small too. I’m told that trying to save par from above the hole can make for a long day.
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