- Miami Shores Golf Course
- Golf Course Overview
Golf Course Overview
Hole 1 Par 5
Tee shots should favor the left side of the fairway. Second shot should favor the right side of the fairway. Avoid the large green side bunker on the left.
Hole 2 Par 3
A short par 3 that requires a well positioned shot below the hole. Better to be short of the green than long.
Hole 3 Par 4
A tee shot to the right side of the fairway leaves a more favorable approach to the green. This hole can be very challenging when the hole is cut on the back left or the back right side of the green.
Hole 4 Par 5
This is not the longest par 5 on the golf course put it plays the longest. Keeping your tee shot in the fairway is crucial. Trees guard the right and left side of the fairway.
Hole 5 Par 4
A medium length par 4 that usually plays into the wind. A left center tee shot will leave you with an open view of the green. This green has high mounds on the front, left, and right side of the green
Hole 6 Par 4
A short par 4. Keep the tee shot in the fairway. A hybrid or iron off the tee is a wise play. The green slopes severely from back to front. So keep your approach shots below the hole.
Hole 7 Par 3
Difficult hole, so hit to the center of the green. Stay below the cup because the green slopes severely from the center to front.
Hole 8 Par 4
Any shot to the fairway is good. Tee off with a hybrid or an iron. Out of bounds the entire length of the hole on the left side.
Hole 9 Par 4
Number one handicap hole. The fairway is well guarded on the right by trees and on the left by Out of Bounds.Once you reach the green then the fun starts. The green is two tiered so select your club c
Hole 10 Par 4
The longest par 4 on the course. The out of bounds on the left travels the entire length of the hole. The tee aims you to the right. So be aware of your alignment.
Hole 11 Par 4
A straight away par 4. The elevated green is protected by two green side bunkers. An approach short of the green is much better than over the green.
Hole 12 Par 3
The green slopes from back to front and is protected by a bunker on the left and a well placed mound on the front right. Shots into the left or right side of the green funnel toward the center.
Hole 13 Par 4
A short dogleg left par four that big hitters can take a gamble on. But beware of a miss to the left could be lost in the Natural Growth area. Best drive is a layup to the center of the fairway.
Hole 14 Par 3
The shortest par 3 on the course. There is a pond the right that you want to avoid. But it is still a hole you that will reward with a birdie because of the length.
Hole 15 Par 5
A short par 5. But can still be very challenging. The second shot requires a very precise shot between very large trees on the left and the right side of the fairway.
Hole 16 Par 4
With the prevailing winds at your back it should make it easier to carry your tee shot to top of the hills in the fairway. This will give you a good look at your approach shot into the green.
Hole 17 Par 4
This hole plays uphill and into a prevailing wind. A drive down the left side of the fairway leaves the best angle into the elevated green. The approach shot usually requires one more club.
Hole 18 Par 5
The tee shot plays slightly up hill to a plateau. A drive to the top gives you a good look at the green. Be careful on the second shot. Because to left is a Natural Growth area and to right large tre