Greynolds Golf Course is a Public 9 hole golf course located in North Miami Beach, Florida.
Greynolds Golf Course opened for play in 1964. The course was designed by Mark Mahannah.
The course is a Miami-Dade County Park & Recreation facility. Greynolds Park was at one time the site of a rock quarry. It is now a 249-acre park consisting of a variety of habitats; most notably a relatively intact hardwood hammock and mangrove forest. The hammock at Greynolds is one of the last well-protected natural areas of northern Miami-Dade County.
Tequesta Indians used the Oleta River, which runs along the east side of the park, as a source of transportation. In the years following, the Seminole Indians used the land along side the river as a trading post and a source of supplies for early Miami-Dade County settlers. The park is named after A.O. Greynolds, the head of Ojus Rock Company, who deeded the land over to Miami-Dade County Parks Department in 1936.
Par for the course is 36. From the back tees the course plays to 3,090 yards. From the forward tees the course measures 2,450 yards. The longest hole on the course is # 7, a par-5 that plays to 521 yards. The shortest hole on the course is # 3, a par-3 that plays to 147 yards from the back tees.
Watch out for # 7, a 521 yard par-5 challenge and the #1 handicap hole on the course. The easiest hole at Greynolds Golf Course is # 8, a 308 yard par-4.