Turnberry Isle Country Club
Located on the newly renovated JW Marriott Turnberry Resort & Spa, our 36-holes are unlike any other in Florida. They bend and stretch past tropical landscaping. In 1970, legendary course architect Robert Trent Jones, Sr., created 36 masterful holes of golf. In 2007, World Golf Hall of Famer Raymond Floyd added his own style with a spectacular forty five million dollar renovation – creating rolling berms, fairways and greens that now feature manicured paspalum grass. Each hole is framed by indigenous tropical landscaping, creating a privacy barrier so that each foursome feels as though they are the only players on the course. Sight lines from the tee demand as much strategy as distance of the shot. Contoured fairways, clever doglegs, undulating greens and strategically placed hazards provide plenty of challenge while ensuring fair and pleasurable play for all.
In September 2018 a new 18th hole debuted on the Soffer Course. The newly renovated hole is a 435-yard par four and requires a precise tee shot over water to a narrow landing area.
THE SOFFER COURSE
Home to LPGA and PGA events, it offers a risk and reward scenario at nearly every hole. Avoid the creeks that crisscross several fairways. Beware of lagoons that creep into many landing areas. When you reach 18, prepare for a par four that tests your fortitude with a picturesque Peninsula Green sitting on a legendary finishing hole. The Soffer Course is a championship masterpiece.
THE MILLER COURSE
Shorter than the Soffer Course, this shot-maker’s layout requires solid drives and pinpoint irons. Rolling fairways framed by mature ficus, banyan and olive trees put a premium on accuracy at every hole. Try not to be distracted by the pink flamingos nesting on Lake Julius – named for Julius Boros, US Open Champi¬on and our first Director of Golf. The Miller Course is a strategic gem.