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Volusia County Golf[edit]

Golf Facility Location Coordinates Designer Notability

Volusia County Golf Courses[edit]

Daytona Beach Golf Course Daytona Beach 29°11′09″N 81°01′01″W / 29.18583°N 81.01694°W / 29.18583; -81.01694 * Donald Ross (South Course) 1922
* Slim Deathridge (North Course)
Club at Pelican Bay [1] Daytona Beach 29°09′03″N 81°03′18″W / 29.15083°N 81.05500°W / 29.15083; -81.05500 Bill Amick (North Course, 1979)
Lloyd Clifton [2] (South Course, 1985)
Daytona Beach Seniors Golf Classic
ERAU Eagles Men's Golf (Eagle Invitational, March)
LPGA International Golf Resort Daytona Beach 29°11′30″N 81°06′30″W / 29.19167°N 81.10833°W / 29.19167; -81.10833 * Rees Jones (Champions) 1994
* Arthur Hills (Legends) 1998
Numerous LPGA Tournaments
Indigo Lakes Golf Club [3] [4] Daytona Beach Lloyd Clifton [5] (1976)
Golf Pro: Sean McGuigan
Course Superintendent: Fred Rich
Bethune-Cookman University Wildcats [6] [7]
Victoria Hills Golf Club [8] DeLand Ron Garl [9] Stetson University "Hatters"
DeBary Golf and Country Club DeBary Lloyd Clifton [10]
Antonio Pastrana, General Manager
Corey Hamlin, PGA Director of Golf
Mike Bellino, Superintendent
PGA Tour Qualifying School (1994)
USGA US Open Qualifying (1995, 1997, 1999, 2001)
USGA Senior Open Qualifying (2003, 2005, 2007)
Women's Intercollegiate Golf Tournament
Glen Abbey Golf Club DeBary Notability
Halifax Plantation Golf Club Ormond Beach Coordinates Bill Amick [11] Notability
River Bend Golf Club Ormond Beach Coordinates Lloyd Clifton [12] Notability
Riviera County Club [13] [14] Ormond Beach Coordinates Mark Mahana (1954)
Mike Boss, Golf Professional
Charles Schaeffer, Superintendent
DBCC/DSC (Lady Falcon Invitational, September)
Tomoka Oaks Golf and County Club [15] Ormond Beach Coordinates
Crane Lakes Golf and Country Club [16]
1790 Crane Lakes Blvd.
Phone: 386-767-4653
Port Orange Coordinates John Schnebly Sr. Notability PDF
The Golf Club at Cypress Head [17]
6231 Palm Vista Street
Phone: 386-756-5449
Port Orange Coordinates Arthur Hills and Mike Dasher (1992) Notability
Spruce Creek Country Club [18]
1900 Country Club Drive
Phone: 386-756-6116
Port Orange Coordinates Bill Amick [19] Notability
Hidden Lakes Golf Course [20]
35 Fairgreen Ave.
Phone: (386) 427-4138
New Smyrna Beach Coordinates William W. Amick (1974)
Lloyd Clifton (1995 redesign)
Notability
New Smyrna Golf Course [21]
1000 Wayne Avenue
Phone: (386) 424-2190
New Smyrna Beach Coordinates Donald Ross (1922)
Bobby Weed (2006 redesign)
Notability
Turnbull Bay Golf Club [22]
2600 Turnbull Estates Drive
Phone: (386) 427-8727
New Smyrna Beach Coordinates Gary Wintz (1995) Notability
Golf Facility Location Coordinates Designer Notability

Notes on Volusia County Golf Courses[edit]

I am compiling information above to develop new articles. This PDF document [23] should be considered Public Domain. Gamweb (talk) 10:00, 9 November 2008 (UTC)


Club at Pelican Bay[edit]

Pelican Bay Golf and Country Club
Club information
Location Daytona Beach, Florida,
United States United States
Type Semi-Private
Owned by CPB Management LLC
Total holes 36
Tournaments hosted Greater Daytona Senior Classic (1983)
Daytona Beach Seniors Golf Classic (1984)
Website www.pelicanbaycc.com
North Course (1979)
Designed by Bill Amick
South Course (1985)
Designed by Lloyd Clifton
Aerial PelicanBayGolf&CC.jpg
Aerial view

Original Text[edit]

(GolfLink) The 18-hole "Pelican Bay,South" course at the Club at Pelican Bay, South facility in Daytona Beach, Florida features 6,630 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 71.9 and it has a slope rating of 123. Designed by Lloyd Clifton, ASGCA, the Pelican Bay,South golf course opened in 1985. Shawn McGuigan manages the course as the General Manager. http://www.golflink.com/golf-courses/course.aspx?course=1784256 Shawn McGuigan, General Manager Dennis Snee, Superintendent

(Golflink) The 18-hole "Pelican Bay, North" course at the Club at Pelican Bay, North facility in Daytona Beach, Florida features 6,829 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 73.1 and it has a slope rating of 134 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Lloyd Clifton, ASGCA, the Pelican Bay, North golf course opened in 1980. Shawn McGuigan manages the course as the General Manager. http://www.golflink.com/golf-courses/course.aspx?course=209645 Shawn McGuigan, General Manager Dennis Snee, Superintendent

Overview[edit]

History[edit]

Course scorecard[edit]

Tee Rating/Slope 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total
Par 4 3 4 5 4 4 5 4 3 36 5 4 3 4 4 3 4 4 4 35 71
Handicap Mens 9 15 7 1 11 13 5 3 17 2 14 12 16 4 18 8 6 10
Black 78.1 / 143 452 387 198 483 453 560 462 176 613 3784 405 221 504 541 435 477 227 442 571 3823 7607
Blue 76.1 / 139 444 362 160 471 404 530 442 164 590 3567 376 203 477 539 417 462 206 429 551 3660 7227
White 74.3 / 136 432 347 149 460 393 518 434 154 535 3422 362 193 456 521 404 392 192 419 524 3463 6885
Green M:72.5/133 W:79.2/138 417 332 134 445 378 503 419 139 520 3287 347 178 441 506 389 377 177 404 509 3327 6615
Par 4 4 3 4 4 5 4 3 5 36 4 3 5 5 4 4 3 4 5 37 73
Handicap Womens 7 13 15 9 11 1 5 17 3 10 18 2 6 14 16 12 8 4
Red 73.5 / 128 368 281 113 388 324 452 381 96 432 2835 299 105 394 408 276 286 176 347 416 2707 5542

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Daytona Beach Golf Course[edit]

Daytona Beach Golf Course
Club information
Location Daytona Beach, Florida,
United States United States
Established 1921
Type Municipal
Owned by City of Daytona Beach
Operated by City of Daytona Beach
Total holes 36
Tournaments hosted
Website Home page
North Course
Designed by Slim Deathridge
Lloyd Clifton
Par 72
Length 6338/4938
Course rating 71.0/69.1
South Course
Designed by Donald Ross
Par 71
Length 6229/5346
Course rating 69.7/69.6
DBGC Aerial.jpg
Aerial view

The Daytona Beach Golf Course is a municipal golf course, located at 600 Wilder Blvd. in Daytona Beach, Florida. The facility is owned and operated by the City of Daytona Beach, and offers two courses, the North Course and the South Course.

Overview[edit]

In addition to the two parkland golf courses, the facility offers a lighted driving range, practice putting green, pro shop, and full service restaurant. The complex is managed by John Cameron as General Manager, with Brian Jaquet as the onsite Golf Professional and Forrest Ensminger as Superintendent. Special programs are offered for Juniors, Ladies, and Seniors.

Ratings[edit]

Both courses have been consistently rated as three stars (Very Good) by Golf Digest [1][2] GolfLink.com also rates both courses at three stars overall.[3][4]

Tournaments[edit]

The Daytona Beach Golf Club is the home course of the Embry Riddle Aeronautical University "Eagles" Women's golf team, for practice and intercollegiate games. The Eagles are members of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Region XIV and compete in the Florida Sun Conference. The Eagles hosted the 2002, 2003, and 2004 NAIA Women's Golf National Championship.[5][6]

The Eagles women's team also host the annual "Bash at the Beach" golf tournament at Daytona Beach Golf Club. Last year's tournament was held on the final weekend of March 2008. Participating teams included the Bethune-Cookman University Wildcats, Jackson State University, Birmingham Southern, Seminole Community College, Florida Institute of Technology, University of Mobile, Webber International, Northwood University, Lindenwood University, Wellesley College, Spring Hill College, and Thomas University.[7][8][9]

Year Tournament Team Winner Individual Winner
2008 ERAU Bash at the Beach Bethune-Cookman Wildcats Carrie Rowe (Webber Int'l)
2007 ERAU Bash at the Beach Daytona Beach Community College Albane Flamont (ERAU)
2005 ERAU Bash at the Beach Daytona Beach Community College Heidi Lowe (ERAU)
2004 ERAU Bash at the Beach Barry University J. Ganthier-Tretault (Webber Int'l)

History[edit]

The Daytona Beach Golf Club has been in existence since 1921. The South golf course is the original 18 holes and is a Donald Ross design.[10] It is a very sporty golf course; the tee shot being very forgiving, but approaches are demanding if you want to get close to the flag stick for a birdie attempt. Florida Oaks and tall pines with a little water are a great feature on this golf course.

The North golf course was built and designed by Slim Deathridge in 1946. Mr. Deathridge was Head Professional and Manager of the club at the time. He laid out the original routing of the golf course and supervised construction of the original 18. In 1997, the golf course was re-built. All greens, bunkers, and tees were redone. The result is a very challenging golf experience that winds its way through dense Florida oak and pine. There is more water in play and the greens offer more undulation on this course, which adds to a greater overall challenge. It is generally recognized that this course is the tougher one of the two courses.[11]

The Courses[edit]

South Course current layout and statistics:[12]

South Course
Tee Rating/Slope 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total
Handicap Mens 11 15 5 1 13 17 9 3 7 6 16 14 10 18 8 12 2 4
Blue 71.8 / 137 338 178 400 526 316 152 375 485 386 3156 426 170 318 378 163 405 327 472 523 3182 6338
White 70.1 / 129 303 160 378 475 290 131 355 468 359 2919 402 165 293 359 155 374 311 444 515 3018 5937
Gold M:67.7/124
W:72.4/129
289 136 352 450 267 119 337 436 344 2730 375 145 263 333 140 359 293 415 428 2751 5481
Par 4 3 4 5 4 3 4 5 4 36 4 3 4 4 3 4 4 5 5 36 72
Handicap Womens 13 15 1 11 7 17 9 3 5 10 18 14 8 16 4 6 2 12
Red 69.1 / 117 270 105 316 422 243 105 303 404 320 2488 332 130 215 306 126 326 278 367 403 2483 4971

North Course current layout and statistics:[13]

North Course
Tee Rating/Slope 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total
Handicap Mens 9 15 7 1 11 13 5 3 17 2 14 12 16 4 18 8 6 10
Blue 69.8 / 118 375 186 390 500 350 335 465 424 155 3180 460 353 184 351 194 151 384 390 384 3049 6229
White 68.4 / 116 365 170 340 490 330 325 455 410 140 3025 450 340 175 340 385 130 360 380 365 2925 5950
Par 4 3 4 5 4 4 5 4 3 36 5 4 3 4 4 3 4 4 4 35 71
Handicap Womens 15 17 1 11 5 9 3 7 13 2 14 8 16 6 10 4 12 18
Red 69.4 / 116 304 160 292 393 300 310 411 334 132 2636 393 335 133 317 321 111 316 303 291 2520 5156

Fees[edit]

Club rentals are available for $20.00 each set. Left hand and Ladies sets are available. Hand carts are $4.00 per round. [14]

Time Riding Walking
7:00 - 11 A.M. $30.00 $25.00
11 A.M. - 2 P.M. $25.00 $20.00
2 P.M. to close $20.00 - Return carts by 8:00 p.m. $15.00 - Off the course by 8:00 p.m.

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Indigo Lakes Golf Club[edit]

Indigo Lakes Golf Club
Club information
Location Daytona Beach, Florida,
United States United States
Established 1976
Type Semi-Private
Total holes 18
Tournaments hosted

1994 Sprint Championship

Bethune Cookman Invitational
Website Home page
Indigo Lakes Golf Course
Designed by Lloyd Clifton
Par 72
Length 7131/6171/5159
Course rating 73.5
Aerial Indigo Lakes Golf.jpg
Aerial view

The Indigo Lakes Golf Club is a semi-private golf course, located at 312 Indigo Drive in Daytona Beach, Florida.

Indigo Lakes Golf Club [24] [25]

Lloyd Clifton [26] (1976)
Golf Pro: Sean McGuigan
Course Superintendent: Fred Rich Bethune-Cookman University Wildcats [27] [28]

Overview[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Tournaments[edit]

Indigo Lakes Golf Club was the site of the 1994 Sprint Championship, a former major championship on the LPGA Tour, which was won by Sherri Steinhauer, with second place going to Kelly Robbins.

Indigo Lakes is also the home course of the men's and women's Bethune-Cookman University Wildcats teams, who hold the Bethune Cookman Invitational tournament here. [29] [30] [31] [32]

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