The 2018 Masters Finished, But Exceptional Golf Opportunities Continue At These Lux Towers

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As the 2018 Masters Tournament has dominated sports headlines in the last several days, it is only befitting to explore some of the poshest residential developments that offer excellent opportunities to swing your club. Some boast adjacent golf courses, others have brought the sport indoors in an enticing slew of amenities. All, however, exhibit an exceptional pairing of golf and luxury.

Auberge Beach Residences & Spa Fort Lauderdale


Slated to open this year, Auberge Beach Residences boasts an indoor golfing experience, designed by aboutGolf. The most advanced golf simulation system in Florida and one of the highest quality systems in the country, the technology will be among the first to inhabit residential condominiums. Filling a luxurious space, imagined by Mayer Davis, the software is clearly a cut above the rest. If you need a proof – the PGA tour has endorsed it.

Hyde Midtown Suites & Residences


Miami is pressed for space and Hyde Midtown Suites & Residences has found an ingenious solution. The mixed-used development has taken its putting green to the rooftop, over 30 stories high, where hotel guests and residents can practice amid breath-taking vistas of the city.

Paraiso District


Another enclave that blends golf and city views is Paraiso District, a collection of four opulent towers, resting on 11 acres in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood. Among other impressive amenities, the development boasts an elevated putting green on a fifth-floor resort deck.

Palazzo Del Sol & Palazzo Della Luna

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Located on the ever-trending Fisher Island, Palazzo Del Sol and Palazzo Della Luna flaunt a par-35 championship nine-hole golf course designed by P.B. Dye and exclusive to Fisher Island residents and members of the elite Fisher Island Club. And in case they need a further incentive to perfect their swing, residents of Palazzo Del Sol received a custom Garia golf cars upon closing.

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