The Country Club of Miami is located near the residential area of Hialeah and Miami Gardens, Florida. Publicly accessible the club offers 36-holes of golf and excellent amenities. Both the club's East and West Courses were designed by famous golf course architect Robert Trent Jones, Sr.
The Country Club of Miami was founded in 1961 with Arnold Palmer as its first club professional. Jack Nicklaus played his first professional tournament at the club and the country club's most famous member and resident, comedian-actor Jackie Gleason, played host to celebrity golfers including Bob Hope and Bing Crosby.
The par 70 East Course puts a premium on strategy and accuracy and it can accommodate both beginners and experienced golfers and requires shot placement and strategy from both the novice and serious golfer. The 6,353-yard layout is well maintained with a routine that features water hazards and bunkers that come into play throughout.
The Country Club has a Pro shop and plenty of practice facilities for those looking to improve their game including a driving range, putting green, and a chipping area. Adjacent to the clubhouse bar and grill where players can relax with a drink or a meal is the Gleason Room Banquet and Catering Facility which can spaciously host events and functions of 200 guests.
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The Country Club of Miami is an urban community in South Florida comprised of single-family golf homes across an assortment of beautiful styles, varying sizes and affordable prices. Located near Hialeah, the Club has Miami Lakes to its south, Opa-locka to its east and Broward County to its north. It is also close to Palmetto, Pembroke Pines, Palm Springs North and the I-95.
Known for its tranquility and small-town vibe the neighborhood is rich in culture being a melting pot of many international residents. The community is also blessed by an assortment of retail, parks, restaurants, and top-rated elementary schools that attract home buyers.
The Club is open to the public and boasts 36-holes with manicured fairways and newly grassed greens. Originally a Robert Trent Jones, Sr. design, the club was founded in 1961, with Arnold Palmer as its first professional. Jack Nicklaus played his first professional tournament here and resident, comedian-actor Jackie Gleason, hosted celebrity golfers including Bob Hope and Bing Crosby.