Five Championship Courses
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THE BLUE MONSTER COURSE -CLOSED 4/1-12/2013
Renown golf course architect, Gil Hanse has been retained to work directly with Donald J. Trump and the PGA leadership to enhance and redesign the Blue Monster, making it one of the most famous golf courses in the world and home to a PGA event every year since its opening.
THE GREAT WHITE COURSE
YARDAGE: 7171 l SLOPE / RATING: 71.7/130
A Greg Norman Signature Course, the 7,171-yard, par-72 Great White Course is the only golf course of its kind in the Southeastern United States that utilizes coquina -- crushed shells -- as the primary design element on every hole. In designing the Great White, Norman blended strategically demanding fairways with hundreds of palm trees. He then laid out the course in a manner where water comes into play on 14 of the 18 holes, which makes for a challenging, but picturesque Great White Golf Course. Host to the PGA TOUR's Franklin Templeton Shoot-Out in 2000, the Great White was rated as the best new golf course of 2000 by the National Golf Foundation.
THE JIM MCLEAN SIGNATURE COURSE
YARDAGE: 7105 I SLOPE/RATING 75.6/153
The Jim McLean Signature Course joins the infamous Blue Monster and the Great White as the third of Doral Golf Resort & Spa's premier courses. It is unique among courses in the Southeast because it presents a variety of challenges that include three of the toughest starting holes in golf, a series of phenomenal par 3s, and The Bermuda Triangle of the 13th through 15th holes. Five sets of tees let golfers from novices to champions decide how difficult they want the course to be - but no matter where they start, they'll have earned a real sense of accomplishment every time they finish.
THE GOLD COURSE
YARDAGE: 6609 I SLOPE /RATING 72.2/135
PGA Tour legend Raymond Floyd recently redesigned this course to follow a traditional Florida layout, incorporating gently contoured greens, strategic bunkering and water surrounding 16 holes. The course features narrow, tree-lined fairways and finishes with a dramatic par-4 island green on the 18th hole. This course hosted the 1999 PGA Qualifying School finals.
THE RED COURSE
YARDAGE: 6058 l SLOPE / RATING: 69.9 / 118
The Red Course forces golfers to use strategy and shot placement, rather than driving for show. Featuring 14 water holes with fairways winding around several lakes, the course provides breath-taking beauty and exhilarating challenges, without intimidating length. This course hosted the LPGA in 2001 for the Office Depot Championship.
*Yardage, slope & rating from the tips