Historic Miami Shores Country Club is truly unique in South Florida. It offers a beautiful 18 hole championship golf course that is the home to a vast array of sub-tropical wildlife and vegetation. It also boasts the "truest putting greens in South Florida."
The Club is easily accessible from anywhere in Dade and Broward counties.Located less than 15 minutes from downtown Miami, Miami Beach, and the Miami International Airport; Miami Shores is a 'must play' course for anyone who enjoys the game of golf.
Miami Shores CC's dedicated staff of catering professionals will ensure that The Red Door Classic's food and beverage service exceeds everyone's expectations. They provide the perfect set up, and pay meticulous attention to every detail.
Friday, February 28, 2020
11:00 am Registration and Lunch
12:45 pm Players to their Carts
1:00 pm Shotgun Start
6:15pm Dinner & Award Reception
FOOD & BEVERAGE
Registration includes lunch which will be served starting at 11:00a and will be provided by Grumpy Greg's BBQ. In addition, there will be several drink stations located throughout the course sponsored by Coastal Wine and Spirits. Dinner will be provided by the award-winning Miami Shores Country Club's Catering Dept.
Shorty's Lunch Menu
BBQ Chicken Sandwich
Pulled Pork Sandwich
Coastal Wine and Spirits Serving
The scramble format often is used at large-scale golf events, such as charity, corporate or pro-am outings. A prime advantage of a scramble is it allows players of all abilities to contribute to the team's success and helps speed play. Golfers who are new to the format can quickly learn the rules and terminology. The most common scramble format is for four players, but it can be used with fewer or more players.
The four-person scramble features teams of four players competing against one another. In this format, each team's players hit from the teebox, then the team members choose the best of the four shots for the next shot. All team members then play the second shot from that location, and again choose the best shot. Play continues in this manner until the hole is completed. The team then records its score and maintains that format for all 18 holes.
Scramble tournaments often are used at charity and fundraising events, many of which feature novice or occasional golfers. Many of these golfers have a high handicap. By forming teams in groups of four, it increases the odds that at least one player on the team will hit a quality shot during every rotation, thus helping speed the pace of play. The format also plays to certain golfers' strengths. For example, some golfers excel at hitting tee shots, while others are better at chipping and putting. A 4-man scramble gives each player a chance to shine on various shots on any given hole.