Daytona Beach Golf

New Smyrna Beach is the best known area of Daytona Beach for golfing. The natural beauty of the area and the perfect climate make it a perfect golf get away.

Hammock Beach Conservatory Course is in Palm Coast, FL. features Signature design courses by Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson. Golfers can choose to take in breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean from 6 different holes or take on the longest and most-challenging course in the state. The Ocean Course is Golfweek’s 2013 Best Courses You Can Play and No. 10 in Florida. It winds along pristine wetlands and sparkling lakes and ends with the “The Bear Claw” a collection of four daunting holes along the Atlantic coastline. Designed by Jack Nicholas, the course has received many awards and recommendations. The Tom Watson Signature design Conservatory Course is Florida’s longest.¬†This course features waterfalls, babbling brooks and veneered field stone work. Watson used 140 sand and coquina bunkers, three sod-faced bunkers, for this British links-style golfcourse. Golf Digest, in its January 2008 issue, ranked The Conservatory third on its list of America’s Best New Public Courses.
Bill Amick originally designed Hidden Lakes Golf Club, which opened in 1974. Then, in 1995, Lloyd Clifton redesigned the course which is located in New Smyrna Beach. It is a 5400-yard, par-68 course with beautiful views of Turnbull Bay. It offers a full range of services, such as instructional clinics and individual lessons It is one of the few courses where you are encouraged to walk and enjoy the natural habitat. It has a country club feel in all areas, including practice area, clubhouse and swimming pool.

Mayfair Country Club in Sanford, FL has a long golfing history! It was designed by Donald J. Ross and built in 1927. In its long history the course has been played by many great golfers including Walter Hagen, Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Arnold Palmer. The fairways are wide and approach shots are very straight forward. Water hazzards comes into play on more than half of our 18 holes, but the big challenge comes from clever positioning of hazards and trees. Nature abounds on many of the holes of the course.

Pelican Bay Country Club in Daytona Beach features – the North Course and the South Course. These courses feature elevated tee boxes, loblolly pines, bayberry and white cedars and renovated green-side bunkers. The 36 hole course is one of the best in Daytona Beach. Bill Amick designed the North courses which has long, demanding holes and beautiful, elevated tee boxes. The course winds through waterways, loblolly pines, bayberry and white cedars. The South course was designed by Lloyd Clifton and opened in 1985.

New Smyrna Golf Club in New Smyrna Beach, 6,550 yards long. It opened in 1948 and was designed by Donald Ross. The result is a course with mature tree growth, but was redesigned in 2006 by Bobby Weed. Fairways are well manicured. The goal at the course is to provide the best service a golf course can provide.


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