Miami Beach Golf Club
2301 Alton Road
Miami Beach, FL
The renowned architect Arthur Hills beautifully desinged this championship golf course. In 1972 Bruce Devlin and Bob Von Hagge modernized and added to this masterpeice. The Miami Beach Golf Club course was once the venue for the Miami Beach Open, a regular stop on the PGA tour.
When you first play this course, you may think it has been designed exclusively for long hitters. Don’t worry — many holes are dogleg designs that allow you to bite off a good portion of the distance with good tee shots.
This golf course sits quietly nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay, minutes from South Beach and scores of world class hotels, restaurants and shopping.
From the South
Take 1-95 North to the 95th Street Exit.
Go East on 95th Street to 2nd Avenue. (95th Street dead ends at 2nd Avenue)
Turn Left on 2nd Avenue. Once you have turned left get in the right hand lane.
Turn right on 96th Street.
Take 96th Street to Biscayne Boulevard.
Turn left onto Biscayne Boulevard, Miami Shores Country Club is 2 blocks down Biscayne Boulevard on the left.
Take Biscayne Blvd (US-1) North.
Go North to 100th Street. (arround 5 miles)
Miami Shores Country Club is located on Biscayne Boulevard and NE 100 Street on the left hand side.
From the North
Take I-95 South to the 125th Street Exit.
Go East on 125th Street to Biscayne
Boulevard. Turn right on Biscayne
Boulevard. Continue South on Biscayne
Boulevard. Miami Shores Country
Club is on the right
From Miami Beach
Take either I-195 or I-395 across Biscayne
Bay. Take the Biscayne Boulevard (U.S. 1)
exit. Turn right on Biscayne Boulevard (heading North). Miami Shores Country Club is located on Biscayne Boulevard and NE 100 Street on the left hand side.
From Bal Harbour
Take 96th Street in Bal Harbour west to the Broad Causeway, go straight ahead after the toll
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