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Daytona Beach Golf Courses

Tee Off at the Atlantic Ocean

Did you know that El Caribe Resort & Conference Center is just a nine iron away from some of the top golf courses in Daytona Beach? Ranked in the top 15 places to play in the nation by Golf Digest, the Daytona Beach area offers world-class layouts and fabulous weather. From novice to pro, you will have a wide variety of golf courses to choose from and our staff will be happy to make recommendations and assist with arranging tee times, course transportation and more.  

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Oceans Golf Club

Oceans Golf Club is a privately owned not-for-profit golf course with a 13-hole, par 3 golf fun. Walk the course only (no motorized golf carts permitted)  We rent pull carts and golf clubs with light-weight golf bags. Open to the public. 

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Daytona Beach Golf Club

Daytona Beach Golf Club’s North Course is a classic Florida design with fairways framed by oak and palm trees and a premium placed on accuracy off the tee. With water on 11 of 18 holes, trouble lurks but players that hit the ball well off the tee will score well. The South Course at Daytona Beach Golf Club, designed by Donald Ross, is a classic layout highlighting the legendary architect’s famed turtle-backed greens.

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Pelican Bay Golf Club - North/South Course

Pelican Bay Golf Course North features long demanding holes and beautiful elevated tee boxes. The North Course, designed by Bill Amick is immaculately maintained, winding through waterways, loblolly pines, bayberry and white cedars that escort and maintain the boundaries for the course. 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.

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LPGA International - Hills/Jones Course

The Hills Course at LPGA International challenges golfers with fairways lined by beautiful magnolia trees and native pines, providing an experience that occasionally stirs echoes of Pinehurst. With no parallel fairways and hardly any homes to speak of, the Hills Course is a 4.5-star design worthy of building a golf trip around. The Jones Course at acclaimed LPGA International was a favorite of LPGA Tour players when they made an annual stop in Daytona Beach, and it’s not hard to see why. With wide fairways framed by mounding, the layout is as visually appealing as it is fun to play.

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Golf course at Halifax Plantation.

Halifax Plantation Golf Club

Playing through centuries-old oak trees, a pine forest and natural vegetation, architect William Amick took full advantage of nature’s gifts in designing Halifax Plantation. There isn’t an abundance of water and the fairways are generous, giving players the opportunity to swing away off the tee.

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River Bend Golf Club

The charm of River Bend Golf Club - an emphasis on customer service and a layout devoid of housing - are as timeless as they are appealing. River Bend is yards from the Tomoka River but doesn’t bring the waterway into play, challenging golfers instead with tree-lined fairways.

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