The Biltmore is an 18 hole resort golf course located adjacent to the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida.
The Biltmore Golf Course was designed in 1925 by Donald Ross. William Langford and Mark Mahannah have each done redesigns on this course.
The course is acknowledged as one of the finest resort layouts in the South, has always attracted dignitaries, movie stars and sports luminaries. Variety, strategy, and naturalness are the most consistent traits in a Ross design. The fairways are fairly narrow, and the surfaces of the greens are firm. With its 2007 restoration by architect Brian Silva, the Biltmore Golf Course once again embodies these characteristics.
The Biltmore Golf Course is a 6,800-yard, 18-hole, par-71, championship golf course. Biltmore Golf Course has challenged the likes of Walter Hagen, Tiger Woods, Babe Ruth and Gene Sarazen.
Member (cart included), played on Tuesday, March 2013 at 4pm
The Course is well maintain, staff very personable, I wish there were more tree's,and smaller greens, to bring up the difficulty. But the ambiance of the coure is fantastic, and fun to play
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