FrontRunners: Change of Course

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    The 300-acre Fairmont Turnberry Isle Resort & Club (www.fairmont.com/turnberryisle) in Aventura, Fla., has completed a $100 million renovation, devoting nearly a third of that sum to two golf courses that Robert Trent Jones Sr. designed for the property in the early 1970s. World Golf Hall of Fame member Raymond Floyd revised the course layout, while SFA Design revitalized the resort’s 407 guest rooms and suites.

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