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Golf is steeped in history, much of it surrounding the accomplishments of players on the major professional tours, but the competitive game has its roots in tournaments away from the bright lights of network television.

Events like the 58th annual Riviera Open, for instance.

America’s longest running mini-tour event, the Riviera Open, is played

Did you know people have been playing golf longer than they’ve been racing cars in Daytona Beach?

That fact comes as a surprise to most, but Daytona Beach’s first course - Oceanside Country Club - opened in 1907, and the area has earned a reputation as a destination steeped in the game’s rich history.

The Historic Florida Golf Trail, a collection

Sunwing, Canada’s top leisure travel airline, will launch nonstop flight service from Toronto’s Pearson International Airport to Daytona Beach International Airport on January 28. The twice weekly flights will connect Toronto golfers with one of Florida’s premier destinations during its peak winter and spring seasons.

Daytona Beach is home to 30

Crane Lakes Offers a Formidable Test of Golf

Posted on Thursday, May 31, 2018 3:00 PM by Guest Blogger

One trait all outstanding golf destinations have in common is a diversity of course offerings, and Daytona Beach is no different. The area features Donald Ross designs, layouts that have hosted LPGA tournaments, and a course that is home to America’s longest running mini-tour event. 

From Donald Ross to LPGA International, Daytona Beach Has Something For All Golfers

While much of the nation battled a harsh winter and a late arriving spring, Daytona Beach, one of golf’s emerging destinations, has enjoyed idyllic spring weather, providing players with pristine conditions and good times on and off the course. 

Daytona Beach Spring Golf Season is Kicking into High Gear

Posted on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 3:00 PM by Guest Blogger

With the DAYTONA 500 less than two weeks away, the eyes of the sports world will be turning to Central Florida, but for golfers, the end of the Great American Race is the just the beginning of the good times.