Melreese Golf Course at International Links
The Melreese golf course at International Links is where Tiger Woods made his first professional appearance in south Florida. The championship course, which has six sets of tees, features rolling fairways and large, undulating greens. It is a tight golf course featuring five lakes that come into play on 14 holes. To make up for the damages caused by Hurricane Andrew, the golf course has been outfitted with replanted tall live oak and palm trees that can affect shots. There are also nearly 100 sand bunkers present on the course. The Melreese course's signature hole is the par-4 14th, which is nicknamed "Heartbreak Ridge." It has water alongside the right side of the fairway all the way from the tee to the green, and it requires an approach shot past water to an island green. The International Links facility also offers a lighted driving range and putting green.
|White (W)||71||6107 yards||74.9||131|
|Red (W)||71||5534 yards||72.4||122|
|Black M: 74.4/128||436||176||451||608||213||410||595||192||452||3533||431||564||239||382||439||180||381||661||460||3737||7270|
|Gold M: 72.2/122||420||157||430||585||189||387||570||186||414||3338||413||542||216||362||424||162||376||602||442||3539||6877|
|Blue M: 71.3/121||408||148||413||574||178||374||555||179||388||3217||398||532||202||354||415||155||362||572||429||3419||6636|
|White M: 69.2/120 W: 75.3/130||374||126||380||536||140||334||521||167||379||2957||363||494||173||323||376||126||337||558||400||3150||6107|
|Red M: 66.5/115 W: 72.1/121||346||106||356||495||113||307||486||137||336||2682||330||462||151||296||342||101||304||493||373||2852||5534|
|Executive M: 59.2/97 W: 60.5/96||213||80||203||279||93||202||275||102||213||1660||192||269||131||190||203||72||193||290||217||1757||3417|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
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Don't miss this course
Fun course no matter your ability. The fairways and greens are in exellent shape. The pro, John Reed and staff are always friendly and the food is outstanding in a private club setting. Best value in Miami. Go play!
Golf Should Not Take 5 Hours
Pace of play was ridiculously slow and nobody was monitoring the foursome that had 2 open holes in front of it for the last 12 holes.
Good for the money
Thru the years I have played this course many times and this was probably not the best.
T boxes where not in good shape as were the greens and I remember eating one of the best burgers in Miami. Thats also gone. The restaurant was full of flies even with the AC on; but again it was good for the money.
Horrible Service and Mediocre Golf
I had a 3:00 tee time and did not get out until 3:40. Did not get so much as an apology or anything just bad excuses. The front nine is extremely forgettable and the nine has a few decent holes but the course is not in very good condition. Greens were slow, rough was awful, and the fairs were meh. The pace of play was horrible as I had the pace for almost a five hour round. I got yelled at by an employee saying don't go off the cart path when I literally stayed on the cart path the whole round. Overall I would recommend Crandon, Normandy, Biltmore, Miami Shores over here. Never been treated so poorly and I play a lot of golf.
I played this horse for the first time greens were punched 3 weeks ago however they have come back nicely Fairways excellent shape. I highly recommend this course. Check the flags if the flag is up stay below the flag greens are fast
Great virus response
By far the best Virus response by any local course. Ball actually has to drop in the cup. It’s a great value if you get the Premier card.