The Pelican Bay South course is a short drive from the North Course, features its own clubhouse, complete with its own grill room and pro shop. The Lloyd Clifton-designed South Course takes advantage of the waterways, keeping them in play on 15 holes, with five forced carries. As a result of the water, the Daytona Beach golf fairways demand a little more accuracy as opposed to length. The finish is most memorable, starting with the 410 yard 15th and its island green. Water guards the entire right side of the 386 yard 16th as well as on the 209 yard par-3 17th. Pelican Bay South ends with the tight fairways on the 425-yard dogleg left 18th Hole.