Miami Beach Golf Club

The Miami Beach Golf Club was originally opened in 1923 as Bayshore Golf Course, in conjunction with Alton Beach, aimed at bringing wealthier residents from the Northeast. The course operated in a normal manner until World War II when the U.S. Army started renting out the land to use as a training course. The Army paid $1 per year.

After the war, Miami Beach Golf Club was purchased by a group of investors from Chicago. The course went through significant renovations and was rebuilt, renovated and rejuvenated for the price of $10 million dollars. Today Miami Beach Golf Club is one of Miami’s beautiful landmarks and draws golfers from all over the world.

Miami Beach Golf Club is the home of the South Beach International Amateur tournament. The South Beach International Amateur tournament became the highest ranked inaugural international tournament since its inception. Notable amateur golfers such as United States Amateur Champion, Kelly Kraft from Denton, Texas, have played the course. Jerry Jacobs Miami FL played three rounds at Miami Beach Golf Club in 2011.

In 2012 and 2013 the International Amateur tournament continued to grow in stature and was ranked in the top 25 for international amateur tournaments. World-renowned amateur golfers have started to attend the tournament on a more regular basis, including the world’s top-ranked amateur golfer, Gregory Eason of Leicester City, England.

Jerry Jacobs is a financial professional in Miami FL. He was born and raised in Miami and has forged an incredibly successful career in the financial services industry. In his free time, he enjoys playing golf and is a member of the Miami Beach Golf Advisory Board.