Aeration and Course Updates

The greens at Country Club of Miami Golf were aerated May 2-5, 2022  They are in recovery stage.

The following course closures are scheduled for additional greens maintenance:

May 17, 2022 – WEST COURSE

May 18, 2022- EAST COURSE


Greens Aerification is scheduled again:  August 1-4 and October 3-6, 2022


May 13, 14 and 15, 2022 is Law Enforcement Appreciation Day (weekend) in Miami-Dade County

All area police officers will receive a discount on golf this weekend only at CC Miami golf course.

Please make your reservation online, then bring your ID to the golf shop when you check in.

Have a great weekend and thank you.



Please note, this schedule is subject to change. Contact us to confirm dates of aeration. We understand that this process may be frustrating for the golfer, but it is necessary to maintain healthy turf grass.

Why do we aerate greens?

Aeration alleviates soil compaction and the build up of organic matter under the root bed by creating more air space in the soil profile. This is achieved with machines that produce holes in the soil and remove cores. Aeration allows water and essential nutrients to more effectively pass through to the root system which promotes deeper root growth and healthy turf grass.

This video from the United States Golf Association (USGA) explains the process and reasons why aeration is necessary.

The New Normal

Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces –

· Parks will take extra measures to keep open facilities clean and sanitized.

· Vehicle parking capacity in parks will be regulated, as necessary, to adhere to CDC social distancing guidelines.

· Police, park rangers and roving park teams will ensure compliance with these rules and CDC/State Health Department social distancing guidelines and manage park capacities, as necessary. Violators may be subject to applicable fines.

· For full details/guidelines, please go to

Golfer Check In / Registration

· Players are responsible for making a reservation online at or by calling 855-GOLF-305 in advance of arriving to a golf course.

· Players will be responsible for bringing their golf equipment to a designated area.

· Players should always follow guidelines and registration information at each golf course remembering to maintain a minimum of 6 feet from other players.

Registration will be conducted one golfer at a time.

·All common areas and equipment are continually disinfected throughout the day to include doors, bathrooms and all touchable surfaces of golf carts.

· We encourage golfers to also bring their own hand sanitizer and disinfectant.

Golf Course Rules of Play

· All golfers must always remain at least 6 feet apart and not share golf equipment.

· Only one player per cart. No exceptions!

· Please pick up scorecard and pencil at first tee. Discard when finished.

· Upon completion of play, players are responsible for removal of trash and recyclable bottles and cans from the golf cart. The golf cart will then be sanitized by staff.·.

· The U.S.G.A. is allowing scoring under this condition to be accepted for competition and handicap recording. Enter scores from home.

· All bunker rakes, water coolers, sand buckets have been removed. Ball washers are inoperable. (Players may bring their own water to the golf course.)

· Intentional and deliberate failure to abide by these rules will be subject to suspension of access to the facility.

For updates please monitor the County’s website,

For Miami-Dade County Parks questions or concerns, please call 305-755-7910.