Daytona Beach Golf Club - South Course

The South Course is a Donald Ross design that was opened in 1922. Many of the original features remain. The South course is a short, sporty golf course that is generous from the tee, but requires precision approaches in order to make birdies. Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson, Sam Snead and Jimmy Demerit played a challenge match on this course in 1946 with Demerit shooting 64 to secure the win.

Amenities

Disabled Traveler Information

Adaptive Golf Carts, Disability Accessible, Handicapped Parking

Golf Course Amenities

Chipping Area, Club Storage, Clubhouse, Driving Range, Golf Lessons, Non-metal spikes only, Practice Greens, Pro on site, Pro Shop, Sand Practice, Tee Times Accepted Online, Walking Allowed, Water Hazards in Play, Youth Programs

Golf Course Information

Advance Tee Times, Course Designer: Donald Ross, Golf Pro: John R. Cameron, Jr. PGA