The Blue Monster Golf Package
Trump National Doral plays host to scores of professional golfers and events across the four different courses. It boasts some of the toughest holes and most spectacular views in Florida. The Blue Monster, has undergone a massive redesign by Mr. Trump and Gil Hanse. Reaffirming its reputation as one of the most challenging courses, the 7,608 yard course features strategically placed deep bunkers, long fairways, undulating greens and an assortment of water hazards to challenge even the most experienced golfers.
The Blue Monster has hosted prestigious PGA TOUR events for the past 55 years. In fact, virtually every great name in golf has had a moment of glorious personal triumph on this world-class track. With Donald J. Trump and legendary architect Gil Hanse at the helm, the historic Blue Monster Course has undergone a complete redesign and has become a new golf course, thus reaffirming its reputation as one of the most challenging and spectacular golf courses in existence. The 7,608 yard course features a series of strategically placed deep bunkers, long flowing fairways, undulating greens, deep Bermuda rough and a challenging assortment of water hazards – all of which combine for a course that requires both length and finesse to score well. The famous 18th hole was ranked by GOLF Magazine as one of the Top 100 Holes in the World. It is no surprise that virtually every great name in golf has had a moment of glorious personal triumph on this world-class course.
The Gold Course provides an opportunity for golfers of all abilities to play to their skill level. Gil Hanse’s team redesigned this course with special attention to detail, incorporating a true links style course with wide-open vistas and unique style bunkers. The course features similar design elements as the famous Blue Monster with heavily contoured greens. Each bunker is surrounded by heavy rough which creates an element of difficulty for the avid golfer. This course hosted the 1999 PGA Qualifying School finals.
The Red Course forces golfers to use strategy and shot placement, rather than driving for show. Featuring 14 water holes with fairways winding around several lakes, the course provides breath-taking beauty and exhilarating challenges, without intimidating length. The primary design resembles a New England style course and is set on just 120 acres. This course hosted the LPGA in 2001 for the Office Depot Championship.