Living In LPGA International

Life in Daytona Beach does not get much better than in an LPGA International home. Not only do you have the two world-class golf courses right in your own community, and the splendor of the “World’s Most Famous Beach” within 15 minutes, but there are also many other exciting and intriguing attractions and leisure destinations in the surrounding areas. With LPGA’s proximity to Interstates 95 and 4, you will be positioned for easy day trips to Orlando, St. Augustine and many other major Florida cities. Below we will outline some of the great things you have to look forward to when you decide to call LPGA your home.

Golf - LPGA is a meticulously maintained golf course community, one of the finest in all of Florida, creating an unmatched lifestyle for you and your family. LPGA International boasts two world-class courses; the Arthur Hills Legends Course and the Rees Jones Champions Course are distinct in design and play, but are both great for all skill levels. The clubhouse here is luxurious yet comfortable and you can also enjoy the refreshing swimming pool and an ongoing calendar of events that welcomes all members and residents. In addition to the two Bermudagrass courses, the facility offers a driving range, practice putting green, and full service restaurant.There are also one, two, and three day golf schools offered.

Rees Jones designed the Champions Course, which opened in 1994 and is a favorite of tour players. It offers traditional links style golf design, totaling 7,088 yards. It poses a challenge with strategic mounding, sand bunkers, natural marsh areas, beautiful lakes and undulating greens. The Champions course has been rated as four and a half stars (out of five) on average by Golf Digest magazine readers.

Arthur Hills designed the Legends Course, which opened in 1998 and offers a design of 6,984 yards. The course features natural wetlands, narrow pine corridors, small greens and strategically placed water hazards. The Legends course is considered to be the more challenging of the two. The Legends course has been rated as four and a half stars (out of five) on average by Golf Digest magazine readers.

Here are some other LPGA accolades:
Golf Digest – Four-Star Rating
Golf for Women – Top 10 You Can Play Public Access Golf Courses
Golf.com – No. 1 Choice in “America’s Most Women-Friendly Courses”
Golf Shop Operations – Top 100 Golf Shops” 1996-2007
Golf for Women – Top 100 Courses of year 2000
Golf For Women – Top 50 Courses of the Year 2007
News-Journal – Reader’s Choice Award “Best Pro Shop” 2006
Golf Shop Operations – Top 100 Golf Shops 1996-2007
Golf For Women – Top 100 Golf Shop

Beach - The Daytona area beaches offer an array of activities for any preference ranging from charter and pier fishing, boat access into the ICW and Atlantic Ocean, great seafood restaurants and, of course, leisure and fun in the sun. We have one of the few beaches where driving is permitted which allows you to bring everything you need for your beach day right to your spot.

Area Attractions - The Daytona Beach area has much to offer families and retirees alike. There are great local attractions such as Daytona International Speedway, the Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse, a zip-lining course, and much more. But living here also means you are within an hour’s drive to attractions in area cities like Orlando and St. Augustine. From LPGA, I-95 and I-4 are less than 5 minutes away which puts places like Disney World, Universal Studios, and many more exciting attractions within reach.