LPGA International, the premier Daytona Beach golf club, boasts two world-class four-star courses as rated by Golf Digest. The Hills Course and the Jones Course are distinct in design and play, but are both great for all skill levels.
LPGA International sets a standard of excellence for the Club – offering challenging courses, quality service and immaculate conditions.
Since 1994, LPGA International has been the home course of the LPGA Tour. Conveniently located near I-95 in Daytona Beach, FL, it gained its notoriety as the host of numerous LPGA Tour Championships and is now the host of the final stage of the LPGA Tour Qualifying School.
Rees Jones Course
Since 1994, this signature Rees Jones golf course is a favorite of the tour players. It is a traditional links-style 7,088 yard design. You'll enjoy the strategic mounding, numerous expanses of sand bunkers, natural marsh areas, beautiful lakes and undulating greens. While extremely playable for all skill levels, the ingenious and inventive player is rewarded with multiple options on nearly every shot.
Arthur Hills Course
Golfers will find challenges at every turn on our companion 1997 signature Arthur Hills Course. The par-72 layout is a classic at 6,984 yards. Hills used a superb natural setting to create a masterpiece in playability and variety. It features natural wetlands, narrow pine corridors, small greens and strategically placed water hazards.
The Hills Course calls for the player to use mind over muscles. Good strategic planning rewards the player with good results and an enjoyable round. Each hole is unique and memorable. The Hills Course, played from the proper tees, poses an appropriate challenge to more accomplished players and fairness to high handicappers, seniors, women and junior golfers.