The most famous hole in town: the 18th at Doral's Blue Monster.
Dick Durrance
By Joe Passov
Wednesday, February 14, 2007

If you're among the fortunate few with a ticket to the big game on Feb. 4.-or even if you're just a die-hard fan in town for the tailgating-then pack your sticks. Miami is easily one of the most underrated golf towns in America, so take a tee time out during the festivities.

Fairmont Turnberry Isle Resort (South Course)
7,096 yards, par 71

Miami Beach Golf Club
6,813 yards, par 72;
Greens fee:

Doral Golf Resort & Spa (Blue Course)
7,288 yards, par 72;
Greens fee:

The Blue Monster has been hosting the PGA Tour since Jack Nicklaus' rookie season in 1962, and this year it is home to a World Golf Championship event. The game's best will see a refurbished Blue, with all 18 greens re-grassed, as well as a complete bunker renovation.
What hasn't changed is the nasty par-4 closing hole that wreaks havoc when the wind blows. There are also four other courses on site, with greens fees ranging from $225 to $250.

Crandon Park Golf Course
7,301 yards, par 72;
Greens fee:

Don Shula's Golf Club
6,982 yards, par 72;
Greens fee:

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