Daytona Beach, home of the LPGA Tour, is the epic centre of women’s golf in America. The area’s ties to the game run deep, a fact cemented by the reality that its premier venue – LPGA International – was built to host the world’s best female players.
Golfers can challenge the Jones and Hills courses, where World Golf Hall of Famer Karrie Webb claimed two of her 57 professional wins, but Daytona Beach’s offerings extend far beyond LPGA International.
Daytona Beach is great for golfing getaways with more than 20 courses and 23 miles of stunning beaches. A temperate climate allows golfers to play throughout the year, a key reason why the Ladies Professional Golf Association moved its HQ there from Houston in 1989.
It’s also easy to get to, as direct flights from several UK airports serve Orlando, with flights taking about nine hours, and at just over an hour’s drive to the north-east from Orlando, it makes for an ideal twin-centre holiday, either with Orlando’s theme parks or combined with golf on the plethora of courses in Central Florida. Flights also serve Daytona Beach International Airport from gateways including New York, Atlanta and Charlotte.
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