Melreese Country Club

1802 Northwest 37th Avenue
Miami, FL 33125


About Us:

In 1996-1997 International Links Melreese Country Club underwent a $3.9 million renovation. Prior to the reopening in October 1997, Tiger Woods made his first professional south Florida appearance hosting more than 3,500 fans while conducting a clinic and exhibition.

Since the reopening, the course has hosted many popular sports figures including Miami Heat basketball stars Alonzo Mourning, Dan Majerle and Keith Askins also Baseball greats Livan Hernandez and Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez.

In addition LPGA tour stars Tracy Kerdyk, Christie Kerr, Patti Rizzo and Moira Dunn grew up through our junior golf programs. Two time heart transplant PGA tour phenom professional Erik Compton can be found practicing and enjoying the facility while not out on tour. International Links Melreese Country Club is also home to University of Miami women's golf team as well as the men's teams from Barry University and Johnson and Wales University.

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