Miami-Dade County is under a state of emergency as it deals with the public health threat of Coronavirus (COVID-19). In adherence to the emergency order signed by Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez on March 19, 2020, all Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces (Miami-Dade County Parks), including the golf courses of Miami-Dade County Parks; Briar Bay Golf Course, Country Club of Miami, Crandon Golf at Key Biscayne, Greynolds Golf Course and Palmetto Golf Course, will be closed until further notice.
We hope everyone remains safe and follows the health and safety updates from the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). We look forward to having our communities tee it up in the near future. For more information, please visit miamidade.gov/coronavirus.
Briar Bay Golf Course is a par-31 Executive Golf Course, built on thirty acres, eight blocks west of US 1, north of SW 136th Street. Designed by Bruce Devlin and Robert Von Hagge, and built in 1974 by Real Estate Developer Alec Courtelis, it opened for play in January of 1975. The Parks Department acquired Briar Bay in 1979 and has operated it since that time. The course ambles west, north, east, west, south and finally east again as it winds its way back to the clubhouse.
Briar Bay Golf Course has over forty thousand rounds of golf played each year. It is popular with top players and beginners alike, offering something for everyone.