Trump National Doral Miami
Home of the Blue Monster
As one of the leading golf tour and event operators in Latin America creating golf experiences at premier golf destinations around the world, Wegolf complements our mission at Trump National Doral Miami. Together, we have given life to some of the most exclusive and engaging golf events (such as the Mariano Bartolomé Classic and Paco Aleman Invitational), and created memorable and much-desired experiences for golfers around the world.
Carrie Ruiz, Golf General Manager
This legendary Resort opened in the 1960s and ever since has been frequented by celebrities and golf fans from all over the world. The prestigious 800-acre resort boasts four championship golf courses and various recreational amenities.
The resort was purchased by Donald J. Trump in 2012. And thereafter, underwent an ambitious remodeling project with an investment valued at approximately USD250 million. Gil Hanse, one of the most resonant architects of the moment, was given the task of redesigning the golfing facilities and courses. This Doral golf resort, is considered one of Florida’s best golf destinations and is home to four uniquely designed PGA courses including the iconic Blue Monster Course. And also features the most recent course transformations of: The Red Tiger, The Golden Palm and The Silver Fox.
After undergoing a complete redesign performed by Gil Hanse, the course is now significantly longer, and features strategically placed deep bunkers, long fairways, undulating greens, deep Bermuda rough and a challenging assortment of water hazards. It’s a challenging course for the average golfer and a surprising test for the expert player. The famous 18th hole is ranked as one of the most difficult on the PGA TOUR.
It is one of the most demanding golf tests in the USA. Water comes into play on 16th of its 18 holes. Holes 7,8 and 9 are also known as the “Bermuda triangle”. Its narrow fairways require precise play from the tee.
This is the previously called “Gold Course” which was designed in 1967 by Robert von Hagge and redesigned by Gil Hans in 2015. It is a typical Florida layout, with narrow fairways and water hazards on 16 of its 18 holes. Due to its great competitive nature, the PGA Tour hosts the Latin America PGA TOUR closing championship each year.
Known worldwide for historically hosting the Cadillac Championship (WGC), the famous Blue Monster has always been considered one of the 5 most difficult courses on the Tour. Under the direction of Gil Hanse it has undergone a complete redesign and finally reopened in 2014. Is one of the best courses in Florida with unique bunkers and exceptional course conditions.
The Deluxe Double room features a stylish decoration with custom furnishings where Elegance meets comfort. Vintage photographs of golf legends fill the room, along with luxurious amenities including Nespresso, work desk equipped with office supplies, and a fully stocked minibar. Deluxe rooms have either balconies, lanais, or resort views.
Other things to do
With varied attractions throughout the city, Miami offers many activities other than golf. Plan your day and combine shopping at: high-end shops, large malls and outlets with an active nightlife with excellent cuisine options and discos located in South Beach and Brickell. Also check out the schedule for concerts, musicals and plays, Miami Heats NBA basketball games, or even the Miami Open Tennis tournament during the month of March.
Enjoy water activities like: fishing, sunset cruises, renting a motor boat and day trips to the Bahamas. Those who have a taste for cultural activities will find different museums like the PAM, art galleries in the Miami Design District and the Wynwood Walls showcasing its famous graffitis.
When to travel
The best time of the year to travel is from November to May, since the temperatures are milder. The hurricane season runs from June through October, with higher likelihood to occur during the month of September. We recommend booking 60 to 90 days in advance.
How to get there
Trump National Doral is located just 20 minutes from Miami International Airport which received international and domestic flights from all over the world.