Initially established in 1962 and purchased by future President Donald Trump in 2012, Trump National Doral Miami features four championship golf courses, none more acclaimed than the famed Blue Monster, which has hosted professional tournaments for six decades.
The Dick Wilson-designed layout, which can play more than 7,500 yards, was the host of the PGA Tour Doral Open from 1962 to 2006, the last two of which were won by Tiger Woods. The WGC-Cadillac Championship made its home there from 2007 to 2016, and Tiger won that twice as well. The tourney moved to Mexico in 2017, the year Trump took office, and he certainly wasn’t pleased.
But he’s now got professional golf back at Doral as the Blue Monster hosts the LIV Golf Team Championship.
How much does it cost to play the Blue Monster at Trump National Doral Miami?
The cost to play the Blue Monster at Doral varies as Trump National offers numerous golf memberships and packages that also include the resort’s other three courses: Golden Palm, Red Tiger, and Silver Fox. Expect surcharges if you include the Blue Monster in any of the packages, though.
But if you’re looking for a one-off round, that’s an option as well, although it’s suggested that you book early as tee times fill up quickly, given the historic nature of the course. And as one would expect with a pro-level track, it’ll cost you. While greens fees vary depending on the season, on average, you’re looking anywhere from $325 to $395 to tackle the Blue Monster.
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