Turnberry Isle - Soffer 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.
The Soffer Course at Turnberry Isle is known for the massive 64-foot waterfall next to the island green on the 18th hole. Soffer is longer than its sister course, the Miller, at over 7,000 yards. Raymond Floyd's redesign of the course produced contoured fairways shaped by water hazards and natural areas. Elevation changes, clever doglegs, and carved bunkers keep this layout interesting.