Biltmore Coral Gables Miami Golf Club (305-460-5364)
Florida Golf Course Review
The Donald Ross designed championship course on property at the Biltmore Coral Gables Miami Resort is a par 71 6742 yard layout that has played host to many legendary
figures in its long history, and has benefited from recent renovations that have improved its challenge and playability. The course is a centerpiece of the first class Biltmore Coral
Gables/Miami Resort which features a variety of upscale accommodations, the largest resort swimming pool in the country, plus a fitness center has been ranked by Men's
Fitness Magazine as one of the top 10 hotel fitness facilities in the nation. For more information on the Biltmore Coral Gables/Miami Resort click here.
Amenities at this fine resort also include luxury spa, fine and casual dining opportunities, a beautiful meeting/conference center, tennis courts (lit for night play) and beautifully
landscaped grounds. For more info on the resort and packages, click here to visit our unique page for the property. The golf course is complimented by a clubhouse featuring
locker rooms with showers, a fine pro shop, plus restaurant/lounge with outdoor terrace.
Total Performance Golf is a unique program that promotes a holistic approach to golf instruction, and Biltmore offers the only program of this sort in the southeastern United
States. Analysis on each individual's medical history, plus therapy and evaluations of movement efficiency, full swing, short game and equipment, as well as mental aspects - are
all explored in this extensive program. For more info, click here to visit the section of the Biltmore website dealing with TPG.
The recently renovated golf course is perfect for this resort setting, affording layers of all skill levels with an opportunity to enjoy and fair yet challenging experience. The are 64 soft
sand bunkers plus 6 holes with water features in play, providing enough obstacles to keep golfers on their toes. The tree lined fairways are mildly rolling and present plentiful
landing zones off the tee. Mildly undulating and raised green complexes are generally well protected by bunkers, with slopes and mounding also making players work to get it up and down.
The layout winds through the resort community, and features numerous sanctuaries for giant iguanas. The ninth tee box is a staple for viewing these large lizards, which do not
seem to be afraid of humans. I counted 23 iguanas on this tee box on one sunny morning.
This also is one of the most interesting holes on the course, with ponds situated on either side of the fairway that lead to a green featuring a beautiful shot of the resort as a back
drop. Golfers will appreciate the Uplink GPS that is standard on all carts (cart covers are also standard), and 100, 150 and 200 yard marker are also posted on all par fours and
fives. Small flags on the greens indicate front, middle or back pin locations.
This course features 5 sets of tee boxes that play to distances and slopes measuring 6742 yards/126 slope, 6303 yards/124 slope, 6031 yards/120 slope for men and 131 for
women, 5519 yards/116 slope for men and 121 for women, and 5189 with a slope of 119 for ladies hitting from the forward tees. For more info, visit our page for the course with
direct link to their website by clicking here.