Turnberry Isle - Miller Course
Originally crafted and designed by renowned golf course architect Robert Trent Jones, Sr., Turnberry Isle Miami's two 18-hole championship courses - Soffer and Miller - have been re-imagined by famous golf icon Raymond Floyd, and have played host to numerous PGA and LPGA championships. Striking contoured fairways, doglegs, curved bunkers and challenging elevation changes test golfers of all skill levels. Every blade of grass is impeccably maintained and cared for, and the courses are surrounded by beautiful large ponds with ducks, swans and pink flamingos gathering along the water's edge.
One of two championship golf courses at the Turnberry Isle Resort, the Miller Course sits just off the ocean in the master-planned community of Aventura near Miami. The race Was Originally designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and opened in 1971 aim to complete overhaul of the golf courses and resort Was Performed in 2007. Raymond Floyd redesigned the racing Moved and 700,000 cubic yards of dirt to create a gently rolling, sand - and water-filled race. Compared to the resort's Demanding Soffer Course, the Miller is a shorting, more player-friendly test with three sets of tees. Both races are private and offer tee times to guests of the Turnberry Isle Resort.