Biltmore Golf Club

The Course

The Biltmore Golf Course is an 18-hole, 71-par championship course, originally designed in 1925 by legendary golf course architect Donald Ross and updated for the modern game in 2018. Early in its storied history, The Biltmore Golf Course played host to The Miami – Biltmore Open, one of the richest prize purse professional golf tournaments of its time.

Today, players enjoy the original “movement” of the Ross design through its 419 Bermuda grass fairways, 84 of 85 original bunkers and USGA specified greens that have been re-grassed with Tif-Eagle Bermuda and restored to their original size. Now with laser leveled tees and back-tee yardage of 7112 yards, the Biltmore Golf Course proves to be one of the great links that connects the modern American game with its past.

Defending Champion

2018 Defending Champion – Richard Do


11:00 – Registration

12:30 – Group Photo

13:00 – Shotgun Start

18:00 – Dinner

19:00 – Prize Presentation

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Winner – Rob Spellman – Net 58

Runner Up – Jaime Nino Net 63

Third Place – Daniel Revis Net 64

Best Gross – Rene Ponce – 76

Nearest the Pin Men – Joaquin A Alemany