Via its investment in this championship, Pristine Bay Resort will introduce the multi-faceted project, which includes a Perry and Pete Dye golf course, five-star hotel, spa, deep-water marina, beach club, and a variety of residential products, to key markets throughout the globe.
The international format of the WGC CA Championship and setting in multicultural metro area of Miami are perfect for introducing Pristine Bay Resort to golfers from around the world, says Mario Toriello, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Pristine Bay Resort.
The course is 7,057 yards from the back tees, and features one of Dyes signature island greens. In addition, 14 of the 18 holes offer stunning vistas of the ocean and the Meso-American Barrier Reef.
The resort also features a wide variety of residential products including: bay view and golf course condominiums, two-, three-, and four-bedroom villa units and one-quarter-acre custom home lots, many with unobstructed views of the ocean. Villas start at $600,000 and range up to $1 million; lots start at $230,000 and range up to $460,000. A 155-slip full-service marina located near The Black Pearl clubhouse will provide deep-water access for a wide variety of sea-going vessels.