Fore (More Reasons to Golf in Daytona)

It’s no secret Daytona Beach is among the best places in the nation to golf. Between the great weather and plethora of courses, it’s a tee-time dream.

For golf enthusiasts, this is yet another great reason to stay at Sea Shells Beach Club.

We’ve brought you some great Daytona- area courses in the past, but here are four more nearby courses offering pro-worthy play.

Indigo Lakes
Consistently honored as one of Florida’s top 10 courses by GolfWeek Magazine, Indigo Lakes is a beautiful, partially wooded course shaped around natural ponds. The course is a par 72 Lloyd Clifton design with an 18-hole championship layout.

DeBary Golf & Country Club
Just a 40-minute drive from the resort, you can tee off surrounded by majestic live oaks and see a wealth of wildlife at the DeBary Golf & Country Club, which also happens to be a National Audubon Society-certified bird sanctuary. The par 72, 18-hole course has earned top ratings from Golf Digest and Florida Golf News to name a few.

Cypress Head Golf Club
Just minutes from the resort, Cypress Head offers a great value with tee times available to the general public seven days a week. The golf course is versatile with a variety of tee boxes allowing the course to play from under 4900 to just over 6800 yards with many risk/reward options. They are also the only club in the area with FootGolf, the game played just like golf, but with a full sized ball (like a soccer ball).

Pelican Bay Golf Club
Pelican Bay is located in the heart of Daytona Beach, minutes from the Daytona Beach International Airport, the world’s most famous beach, and the Daytona International Speedway! The Club offers two of the best challenging golf courses in Daytona Beach, featuring 36 holes of renovated greenside bunkers.

Golf packages are plentiful, and can be found at Get back in the swing of golfing on your next Sea Shells Beach Club visit!

Are you a golfer? Tell us where you like (or would most like) to go in Daytona.

Victoria Hoffman

A native of New Jersey, Victoria isn’t entirely sure how she ended up in Kansas City, but has enjoyed writing, editing, creating, communicating and marketing for high-profile accounts throughout the city ever since. In her spare time, Victoria is an actor (and active) with local community and city theatre.