Indian Creek Country Club

Indian Creek Country Club

Architect: William S. Flynn
Year: 1928

55 Indian Creek Island Road
Indian Creek Village, Florida 33154
(305) 866-1263

Course Access: Private

driving range available
motorized golf carts and caddies available

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One of golf’s most unique spots in America.  Built on a private island containing only a handful of VERY expensive homes, Indian Creek is one of the most exclusive private clubs in America.  With its plentiful and well placed bunkers the golf course is a challenging layout that becomes even more so when the wind blows . . . as it often does.

Local Knowledge: The locker room here is a great place to hang out post round for a beverage and to soak in the club’s aura.

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The Itinerant Golfer

Indian Creek Country Club

When I received an invite to Seminole Golf Club and began planning my trip to Florida there was one course I absolutely did not want to miss, Indian Creek Country Club. Indian Creek C.C. is not on the Top 100 list, but it is a very highly regarded south Florida club that is well known among golf nerds aficionados and fairly unknown among the larger golfing public. The course was built by William Flynn in 1928 but what makes it unique is that the golf course is located on a private island just off the Florida mainland near Miami’s South Beach. What makes it completely unique is that the island was man made in the early 1900s when they were dredging Biscayne Bay for expansion. I would have loved to have seen that project unfold before the days of bulldozers, cranes and other heavy machinery. I cannot even imagine. Below is an aerial photo of the island I found on the internet.     In a stroke of good fortune my friend who sponsored my game at Peachtree Golf Club a few years prior also happens to have a membership at Indian Creek Country Club. I made contact with him to see if he would be able to help and a few days later I received news that my Florida swing would be starting off with a 1 o’clock game at Indian Creek. To say I was excited would be the understatement of the decade. I was beside myself with… More >