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Greater Miami and the Beaches has the world's greatest playing fields - the ocean and the beach. It offers water sports, golf courses, tennis for sport active visitors and inhabitants and upscale spas for those whose idea of a workout is a relaxing massage. Those with a need for speed can head to the Homestead-Miami Speedway, a premier motor sports facility hosting NASCAR's Winston Cup and the Miami Grand Prix. Miami is also a home to NFL's Miami Dolphins, NBA's Miami HEAT and major golf and tennis tournaments.
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Homestead Miami Speedway
Long acclaimed for its physical beauty and advantageous climate, Homestead-Miami also continues as a prime tourist destination. With area attractions and festivals, college bowl games, and internationally renowned events such as the Pennzoil 400, the Homestead-Miami area is one of the premier destinations in the world. Homestead Miami Speedway, the ultra-modern facility, located here, drew a sellout crowd of 60,000 race fans to its first event, the season finale for the 1995 NASCAR Busch Series Grand National Division season. The track has a $100 million annual impact on the local economy and draws more than 300,000 racing enthusiasts annually to the area.

1 Speedway Blvd.
Phone: 305-230-7223
Pro Player Stadium
The $115 million, state-of-the-art, open-air football facility was the first of its kind to be constructed entirely with private funds. The first football game was played on August 16, 1987, when the Dolphins hosted the Chicago Bears in a preseason contest. The Baltimore Orioles and Los Angeles Dodgers battled on March 11, 1988, marking the first-ever baseball game played at the stadium. Now, the stadium is home for Florida Marlins, 2003 World Series Champions.

2267 Dan Marino Blvd. Phone: 305-623-6100
Miami Beach Golf Club
Miami Beach Golf Club is the premier golf destination in the heart of historic Miami Beach. Originally opened as Bayshore Golf Course in 1923 as part of pioneering developer Carl Fisher's ambitious Alton Beach subdivision that was designed to lure wealthy winter residents from New York, Indianapolis and Detroit. At age 79, Miami Beach's signature Bayshore Golf Course received a $10 million face-lift. The face-lift was major: every blade of grass and most trees removed; lakes drained, redesigned and refilled; irrigation system replaced, even hills and bunkers bulldozed and resculpted; the old clubhouse demolished and a new clubhouse currently under construction. The result is a beautifully restored landmark that is enjoyed by South Florida residents and visitors from around the world.
Miami Beach
2301 Alton Rd.
Phone: 305-532-3350