The Club at Emerald Hills is one of South Florida’s finest championship golf courses, recognized by Golf Digest as one of its “Best Places to Play”. The Club was opened in 1969 and originally designed by Bruce Devlin and Robert Von Hagge.
Centrally located between Fort Lauderdale and Miami in the city of Hollywood, Florida, The Club at Emerald Hills displays a harmonious blend of undulating greens, contoured bunkers and hills, all meticulously maintained to guarantee you a challenge. As host site for the PGA Tour Doral and Honda Open Qualifiers, The Club has also hosted U.S. Open, U.S. Senior Open, U.S. Amateur, U.S. Mid-Amateur, and U.S. Public Links qualifiers as well as several local PGA events. The Club has been recognized and voted “Excellent” by players in “America’s Top Golf Courses” by ESPN and Zagat Survey.
Course Terrain: Rolling
Average Green Size: 500 sq ft
Number of Bunkers: 40