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G

olf enthusiasts from around the world flock to South

Florida to enjoy its lush tropical courses andCrandon

Golf at Key Biscayne is always a fan favorite.

Originally designed in 1972 by Devlin / Von Hagge, and

then redesigned by Von Hagge in 1993, Crandon Golf

is considered to be one of the most beautiful yet

challenging par-72 courses in Florida.

Located just 10 minutes from the office blocks and

malls of downtown Miami, Crandon Golf Course sits

on the tropical island of Key Biscayne, surrounded by

water and closed off to civilization by mangroves and

tropical foliage. You can enjoy panoramic views of

downtown Miami and the intra-coastal as you progress

around the 18 hole course.

Host to the Senior PGA Tour for the past eighteen years,

the course has attracted golf’s finest including Lee

Trevino, Don Messengale and Gary Player.

Boasting 18 regulation length holes and featuring 7,180

yards of golf from the longest tees, the Bermuda grass

course has a 129 slope and a 75.4 rating.

In addition to the 18 hole course the facility also offers a

35 tee driving range.

Crandon Golf offers the only subtropical lagoon in

North America as well as seven salt-water lakes, a host of

challenging sand traps and several mangrove thickets

to test even the most able golfer.

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