Daytona Beach’s weather is gorgeous in the fall — not too hot or humid — and that makes for an ideal golf getaway. Golf Digest ranked Daytona Beach in the top 15 places to play in the nation — and with good reason.The area is filled with famous fairways designed by legends of the sport. Convenience, value and world-class golf courses are a few of the reasons why Daytona Beach is an excellent choice for your next trip!
A golf club that adheres to a standard of excellence, LPGA International delivers challenging courses, immaculate conditions and high-quality service. The club offers two distinctly different courses — the Hills and the Jones, named for their respective designers. Both courses were named to Golf Magazine’s list of top 10 courses to play. Home to the Ladies Professional Golf Association, LPGA International is a favorite of tour players and golf amateurs alike.
This course poses a challenge to golfers with its expertly crafted sand bunkers, natural marsh areas and strategic mounding.
The Hills is considered to be the more difficult of the two courses, with narrow pine corridors, natural wetlands and strategically placed water hazards.
Indigo Lakes Golf Club
Now officially a full-time public golf course, Indigo Lakes Golf Club provides lush fairways, challenging greens and 18 holes of varying levels of difficulty. Consistently ranked among the "top 10 golf courses of Florida" by Golfweek, Indigo Lakes Golf Club is well known for its beautiful fairways, lush landscaping and challenging greens. The championship layout provides excitement for players of all levels. The professional staff's commitment to excellence ensures a memorable outing for groups of all sizes.
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The Daytona Beach Golf Club has been an area favorite since 1921. Donald Ross designed the original 18 holes of the South Course; the North Course is a Slim Deathridge creation redesigned by Lloyd Clifton in 1997, and is considered the more demanding of the two. While tee shots on the courses tend to be forgiving, the approaches can be more demanding. Complete practice facilities are available, featuring a 10,000-foot putting green, a new, lighted driving range and more. The club’s mission is to provide excellent service and a great value — book your next round today.
Welcoming golfers since 1953, Riviera Country Club hangs its hat on its reputation as “The Friendly Club.” Located in Ormond Beach, this club is proud to host golfers from all over the world for a relaxing game in a comfortable atmosphere. Don’t miss your chance to enjoy a round on the par-71 championship course — unlike many other courses in the area, no tee time is required! The club also features a driving range, as well as a chipping and putting practice area.
Want to scope out the scene before you swing? View the online hole-by-hole course guide to get a feel for all that awaits.
Located in Daytona Beach's premier country club community, Pelican Bay has hosted PGA Tour events and legends such as Arnold Palmer. The club offers two courses within driving distance of one another, but each has its own clubhouse and grill. Many visitors have called this a must-play in Daytona Beach.
Designed by Bill Amick, this course winds around sparkling waterways and lush greens that provide a visually stunning golf experience.
Some approaches can be challenging but rewarding, thanks to features like high tiers and gauntlet effects.
This Lloyd Clifton-designed course is a short drive from the North Course.
The water guarding parts of this course makes accuracy more beneficial than length, and the tight fairways at the 18th hole are sure to make your final swings memorable.
These are just a few favorites among the many local courses open to the public in Daytona Beach. View a full lineup of options at DaytonaBeach.golf. Thinking about planning a getaway with friends? Planning a corporate golf retreat?