Sports

SPORTS

Lauderhill is a warm, vibrant, and culturally mixed community. The true All American City and culturally fused society, the city is a home away from home. Manifested through art, Lauderhill’s roots are humble, yet unique. Visitors can experience our Caribbean and Latin infused community — blends of culture, art and people of various island nations as well as suburban charm. Indulge in Lauderhill Culture.

Strikers

Continuing a rich legacy of professional soccer in South Florida, The Fort Lauderdale Strikers recently relocated to our city and are members of the North American Soccer League. The team brings the excitement of professional soccer to our neighborhood, as home games are played at Central Broward Regional Park. The game tickets can be purchased online and parking is complimentary.

Cricket

The City of Lauderhill is dubbed the “Cricket Capital of the USA” and is a mecca of international cricket in the United States. Flanked by Central Broward Regional Park, our city has hosted the top cricket teams from around the world and some of the biggest star players. Central Broward Regional Park is the only venue in the United States officially certified by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for One Day International (ODI) play. The City of Lauderhill hosts a T20 Night Cricket Tournament on Saturdays from February through May.

Lauderhill Golf Course

Need to work on your tee shots or get in a quick practice? Book a tee time at The Lauderhill Golf Course. Centrally located and accessible, this historic public golf course offers a challenging 9-holes and 1,200 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 30. This is a great place to golf and connect with friends.

Year built: 1975
Type: Municipal
Style: Executive
Greens: Bermuda Grass
Fairways: Bermuda Grass
Golf Season: Year round

Location: 4141 NW 16th Street, Lauderhill, FL 33313

Golf at Inverrary Country Club

“Walk in the Footsteps of Legends”

Inverrary Country Club is home to two Robert Trent Jones, Sr. golf courses where the history and tradition of 15 PGA and LPGA tournaments live on. The original host course for the Jackie Gleason Inverrary Open (now known as the Honda Classic); the famous East Course has been graced by champions like Jack Nicklaus, Johhny Miller, Lee Trevino, Tom Kite, Hale Irwin and Tom Weiskopf. Jackie Gleason history associated with Inverrary invokes a unique golf nostalgia –former presidents, golfing legends and celebrities — in the heart of Lauderhill.

Location: 3840 Inverrary Blvd, Lauderhill, FL 33319