As golfers in northern areas of the country begin to dread the onset of the dreary winter weather, one of Daytona Beach’s most popular stay-and-play packages is enticing players to visit the “World’s Most Famous Beach,” a Central Florida 365 day hotspot. The “Tee it High and Let it Fly” golf package offers players a three-night, three-round deal featuring oceanfront accommodations, memorable golf and a respite from the cold.
The deal is highlighted by three exceptional rounds of golf at Cypress Head Golf Club, Plantation Bay Golf & Country Club and Palm Harbor Golf Club and starts at just $397 per person. Cypress Head, an Arthur Hills design, is one of the area’s hidden gems, located in Port Orange. The course has been thriving since a 2015 renovation project that featured new greens, and the Kemper Sports managed property is renowned for the quality conditions throughout the year. The par 72 layout is highlighted by the 14th hole, a stunning dogleg left that presents golfers a risk-reward decision as they decide how much of the dogleg they want to challenge.
The “Tee it High and Let it Fly” offer also provides golfers the rare opportunity to play Plantation Bay, a private 45-hole facility in Ormond Beach. The package includes a round at Plantation Bay’s Prestwick Course, a Lloyd Clifton designed shotmaker’s layout that will deliver a “member for a day” experience at the exclusive residential community, just off I-95.
In Palm Coast, golfers will take the challenge to new heights when they play the Clifton, Ezell, Clifton redo of Bill Amick’s original pride and joy, Palm Harbor Golf Club, located 15 minutes off of I-95. The tight fairways bordered by stands of Florida pines and quick smallish greens will present a great golf day.
After the final putt drops, golfers will be delighted to stay at the Hyatt Place Oceanfront, a 4.5-star property that offers guests a beautiful view of the “World’s Most Famous Beach” and a host of amenities.
Daytona Beach’s idyllic weather and an outstanding selection of golf courses make it a perfect winter destination. From November through May, the area’s average high temperatures range from a low of 68 degrees Fahrenheit in January to a high of 85 in May, highlighting the appeal of the area’s subtropical climate.
While the “Tee it High and Let it Fly” deal is one of the Daytona Beach golf scene’s most popular, it’s hardly alone. The Daytona Beach area is home to more than 20 golf courses that can be packaged, along with oceanfront and inland accommodations, to create countless fun and exciting golf trips.
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