Normandy Shores Golf Course
Previously known as Normandy Isle Golf Course.
|White (W)||71||6502 yards||74.4||127|
|Red (W)||71||5889 yards||77.1||137|
|Blue M: 73.6/140||410||433||529||465||200||369||452||165||450||3473||411||421||325||352||146||373||535||240||529||3332||6805|
|White M: 72.3/131||379||420||512||450||180||353||440||145||440||3319||400||408||318||333||126||366||523||191||518||3183||6502|
|Gold M: 69.4/124 W: 75.1/131||359||361||468||418||160||329||405||130||382||3012||376||365||290||295||106||335||485||163||462||2877||5889|
|Red W: 70.2/122||264||355||377||332||155||249||322||125||304||2483||305||272||285||289||102||252||480||159||455||2599||5082|
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Wide open and very decent condition, also great staff and amenities highly recommended
Nice course and in good condition. Worth a round there.
Great course and in good condition.
We were not told that only the front 9 holes were open for play, because back 9 was closed due to being aireated.
Course was good shape except they just did greens. Was not made aware when checking in or during booking process.
Well maintained but straight and flat
This course is very well maintained and watered on a regular basis compared to other courses in Miami. Kudos to the grounds keepers who do a great job! Singles cannot book a tee time so you are at the discretion of the starter. Would not try to walk on as a single on a weekend. Each hole is pretty much the same, straight, flat and with a change in distance. There are 6 holes within close proximity to houses lining the fairways and cars parked on public streets with little room for error. Look out for locals walking along the course as I encountered one. None of the sand traps had rakes. The course layout is very tight so you really need to know what flag you are playing and always be aware of where you are standing so you do not get hit. Water hazards really not a factor. You need not worry if you run out of balls as one particular employee approached me twice trying to sell me recovered tour balls. I may come back but know there is no easy way to get here, you can travel through a congested island or take your chances from interstate 95.