Weston Hills Country Club
- 2600 Country Club Way
Weston Hills Country Club is home to two magnificent 18-hole golf courses, created by world-renowned designer, Robert Trent Jones, Jr. The courses have been known to test the skills of even the most serious golfer, while allowing for the occasional player to thoroughly enjoy the pleasures that the game has to offer.
The Tour Course was built in 1990 and is 7,069 yards from the championship tees, while the Players Course was built in 1995 and is 7,272 yards from the championship tees.
Weston Hills has been the proud host to the PGA Honda Classic (1992-1995), the Dan Marino Celebrity Invitational (1992-2001), the LPGA Chrysler Plymouth Tournament of Champions (1997) and continues to host various USGA qualifying events.