Miccosukee Golf & Country Club - Dolphin Course
|Red (W)||36||2579 yards|
|Blue M: 71.6/126||522||173||404||347||363||398||552||183||377||3319||6679|
|White M: 69.3/120 W: 75.9/143||502||148||383||327||327||365||501||151||356||3060||6152|
|Red W: 70.7/124||439||119||296||250||298||286||437||129||325||2579||5281|
Warning airation of greens
The course was beautiful and challenging. Good elevation changed for a Miami course. The course was being airrated and it was not listened in golf no so that was annoying cause the greens were very poor at that time. Otherwise course was great
This is a challenging course. Long par fours and enough water to keep the golfer on his toes.
The course is well maintained and in good shape.
The greens were awful
The course has 27 holes. Nine were closed for maintenance. The 18 holes we played had 9 holes covered in sand and the day before the greens were punched. The second 9 had the worst greens I’ve ever seen. I realize greens need summer maintenance but if I was aware of this I would’ve played somewhere else.
Nice design. Greens are in very good condition. Staff is friendly and very accommodating. The food is moderately priced and ok.
Overall experience good
Always a challenge.
If you have never played this course you definitely I would recommend it highly.
One of the better in Miami
Miccosukee is one of the more consistent courses in Miami. You always know what you're getting. A fair, difficult layout. Greens always above average, and on the right day, pretty quick. The rest of the course in decent shape. And underwhelming scenery (the last part can't be helped). Just a fun course to play, and extremely demanding when the wind is blowing (and it was gusting up to 25 yesterday).
Good course for the money lots of water and sand.Would recommend, greens in good condition fairways decent and friendly staff.
South Florida could use more rain to help course conditions, but the course was generally in good shape, particularly the Barracuda 9.