Water Hazard: Water comes into play on almost every hole
Food and Beverage
Restaurant: The Links is open 7 am - 7 pm daily
Meals: Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner
Bar: Bar serves beer, wine and mixed drinks
Banquet Facilities: Facilities are equipped for groups of all sizes & tastes
Showers: Mens and womens locker rooms with showers
Driving Range: Open dusk to dawn with state-of-the-art grass tees
Putting Greens: Separate putting green
Chipping Range: Practice chipping green with rolling mounds around the green
Club Rentals: Mens & womens right and left hand club rentals
Directions to Country Club of Miami East
and close to I75 and Florida's Turnpike.
From the I95 / Palmetto Expwy (SR 826 west / exit 12 A)
intersection: Take SR 826 (Palmetto Expwy) west to NW 67th
Ave. Take 67th Ave. north to Miami Gardens Drive (approx 45
traffic lights). Turn left and take Miami Gardens west to
the golf course on your right hand side.
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Country Club of Miami East Reviews (5)
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Lovely course to play - would definitely play again if we were in the area.
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Started on hole 10 - got to hole 1 they startedanother group ahead of us - average course but cheaper because itsìfarther away.
Monica (St. John'S - NL CANADA .)
Nice course - in good shape. Good practice facilities.
Eddie (Trappe - PA)
very nice course with friendly staff. Challenging layout but not to the extreme.
Connie (DK-2740Skovlunde - DENMARK)
Nice golf course.
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About Country Club of Miami East
Originally designed by Robert Trent Jones, the 36-hole Country Club of Miami is one of the best values in the area. It is located between Miami and Ft. Lauderdale and is full of Southeast Florida golf history. The East course is tighter off the tee, but not as long as the West. The West course is more forgiving off the tee but longer, which makes for slightly higher scores than the East. This course's first resident golf professional was none other than the legendary Arnold Palmer. Jack Nicklaus played his first event as a professional here and it was on these grounds that Lee Trevino achieved his fourth professional victory, the 1970 National Airlines Open. Greatness lingered over the grounds during the days of Jackie Gleason, who could be spotted golfing with friends, including Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. That tradition of greatness continues today, where you'll find lush fairways, swift rolling greens and challenging bunkers.
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36 holes of great value championship golfRobert Trent Jones, Sr. designRequires shot placement and strategy from both the novice and serious golferArnold Palmer was first golf professionalJackie Gleason, Bob Hope & Bing Crosby have played here