Crandon Park Golf Course is a championship 18-hole golf course located on the "island paradise" of Key Biscayne, just 10 minutes from downtown Miami. It is the only public course on the Bay. Designed in 1972 by Robert von Hagge and Bruce Devlin, and redesigned by von Hagge in 1993, the course features the world's largest tee, seven saltwater lakes, challenging sand traps, mangrove thickets, and many holes overlooking Biscayne Bay. The 7th hole has been touted as "one of the greatest holes in golf", an incredible par-4 that doglegs right and sends your golf shot soaring over beautiful Biscayne Bay.
As host of the Senior PGA Tour for 18 years, players such as Ray Floyd, Lee Trevino, Chi Chi Rodriguez and Gary Player have been challenged by the stunning and challenging Crandon Park at Biscayne Bay Golf Course. The course is considered one of the most beautiful and difficult par-72 courses in the state and has been rated "Top Ten Public Course" by Golfweek, and one of America's "Top 75 Public Courses" by Golf Digest. It also has a fully stocked pro shop, equipment rentals, pro lessons, a lighted driving range, and practice chipping and putting greens.