Doral Golf Resort & Spa
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4400 NW 87th Ave|
Doral, FL 33178-2101
Four courses are at this location, most famously the TPC Blue Monster, which has hosted the PGA Tour's annual Miami stop for over 45 years. Beginning in March of 2013, the Blue Monster, the Gold, Red, and the McLean courses are scheduled for major rebuilds.
The rates for the Blue Monster vary by season and range from $210 in the summer to $325 from January until mid-April. Rates for the resort's four other courses are all lower.
Noted golf instructor Jim McLean has a teaching academy here, while the aforementioned McLean Signature Course is located a short distance away at:
5001 NW 104th Ave
Doral FL 33178-2219
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joshpyt - 2/10/13
This golf resort has 5 courses: the red, white, blue, gold, and silver. Wow. Yes. Let's take them in turn.
Red: great warmup course. Not crazy difficult but will get you accustomed to the greens and rough.
White: will be closed soon so play it while you can. This course is crazy difficult. Like a desert course. Tons of sand. Tight fairways. Fast greens. If you're doing a buddies trip, I'd advise to skip this one unless everyone is single digit 'cappers.
Blue: Miami's gem. The king of kings. If you are at Doral, you play the Blue Monster. Period. It's the final day for any buddies golf trip. Just is. It's long. And the rough will swallow you like an 8th street hooker. The greens are wicked fast. Water is well placed. The 18th hole is the PGA's most difficult. It is the perfect the finishing hole. Do it.
Gold: Similar to red, but slightly better and more challenging. Good day 2 venue for a buddies trip since it's on the resort property and walking distance from your hotel room or valet.
Silver: this is probably the 2nd best course next to the blue, but is off property and need to drive or take short shuttle bus ride to get there. No driving range. Good putting green though. The course is very challenging and well kept.
ccie2711 - 12/8/12
We were at the resort for a conference and being a golf addict had to try the Blue. Very expensive. After you add the fore caddy it was over $300. It was a good course but not overly memorable except the 18th. It was in good shape as you would expect. Glad I played it once but would never play it again at that price. We played the White as a scramble and I thought that was more interesting but don't drink too much or you will get lost as the routing and signage is very confusing... We played the McLean course and I enjoyed that one the most I think. Certainly the best value.
AMLemus - 5/9/12
Great White Course: Absolutely beautiful course. Immaculate fairways and fast greens. Try to stay on point with this course though. There's no rough to speak of, just crushed coquina shell around the grass that doubles as the cart path. You can hit off it with minimal damage to your clubs. It has the feel of very tightly packed sand (your ball will not bury).
jcbeltran - 11/13/11
Played the Blue, White and Red courses.
My favorite is the White course, very beautiful to play. The Blue is also very nice, and hosts the famous PGA Doral Tournament, which makes it really attractive for the regular golfer.
The red course is not bad, but just not my favorite one.
fromdhip56 - 12/8/12
TheFranchise - 6/4/12
rferreyra - 12/28/11
BobDomecq - 4/3/11
caspyderman - 1/19/11
nefarr - 11/18/10
Best Score: 62
TPC Blue Monster / Gold