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“Don't even bother.”

Daytona Beach Golf Club
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

I have to say in alll my time on trip adviser I have written a review as poor as this. This place is a joke. Tee times are taken but anyone who walks up and pays is sent to the tee get in line. The lack of marshals actually there are none. And no one cares to Marshall allows roving groups of players to harass and intimidate other golfers. It is a junk Mini. For the money drive to River Bend, cypress, LPGA. This place is no place for anyone who respects and follows the rules of golf.
My family was pushed off the course by a M/W/F group of 20 golfers playing as 1 group. Seriously. They paid for 18 and quit at 9 after being harassed. Tried to find someone to complain no one to speak to our answer the phone. Nice job City of Daytona Beach. Great example of how you treat people

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Reviewed 7 March 2017

Daytona Beach Golf Club offers two different 18 holes plus practice facilities. The quality of the courses is very good, and the design of the relatively short course (North) is great for players of all level.
Good price value for a green fee.

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Reviewed 21 May 2016

Played the South Course here for the first time in over a year. In a nutshell, it is in terrible condition. The fairways and tee boxes have more bare spots than a Kardashian fashion show. I've seen smoother washboards, too.

The greens looked very nice and uniform, but were very slow. They need rolled and cut. It was like putting on a plush pile carpet.

The cart paths, what there are of them, are crumbling, and the adjacent trees and shrubs are badly in need of trimming. We had to drive off the cart path in a couple of locations to avoid being knocked out of the cart by long branches hanging way down.

The carts they use are EZGO TXT 48's. These are bottom of the line carts, but they get the job done.

Lastly, we played on a Saturday afternoon and there was no beverage cart on the course. I don't know if they usually have a beverage cart, but they could use one.

I believe the City of Daytona Beach should spend more money on upkeep of this course and maybe it would attract more play and, just maybe, generate enough revenue that the city wouldn't have to infuse much funding. The Club is neglected and should receive more attention from the municipality. Hey, maybe it could be linked somehow to the International Speedway Corp. and it would soar.

Thank Jeff C
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Reviewed 18 February 2016

Daytona Beach Golf and Country Club is the municipal club in town, owned by the city. There are two 18-hole courses found here, North and South. The South Course is a Donald Ross design. We played during an unseasonably warm December day.

The South course was very forgiving, straight and even. The parkland course is surrounded by pine and oak trees. An unique feature of the course is the Florida East Coast Railway track crossing the field of play. Some water hazards can be found along the course, but they are minor and should not affect your play.

The clubhouse has a nice restaurant to visit after playing a round.

Thank Tom P
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Reviewed 31 January 2016

Daytona Beach Golf Club has both a North Course and a South Course. We played the South Course and found conditions to be so-so. The course is flat and the holes pretty much have straight fairways that become monotonous and without personality. There is no "wow" factor. It provided a practice round, but I wouldn't characterize it as challenging or particularly attractive. Indigo is recommended as a better choice.

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