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LPGA International - Legends Course300 Champions Dr
Daytona Beach, FL 32124
Phone: (904)274-5742Fax: (904)274-5800
This facility offers two eighteen hole championship courses. The Champions Course is home of the Mercury Titleholders Championship Tournament, one of the richest events on the LPGA Tour. The fairways are mostly wide open and have strategic mounding that can cause uneven lies. There are lakes and tranquil wetlands coming into play on several holes. This links-style course was built on somewhat hilly terrain. The greens are exceptionally large and undulating, and there are many sand and grass bunkers incorporated into the course's design. The most difficult hole to play for the ladies is #13, a 478-yard, par 5, featuring a straightaway, well-bunkered fairway and water protecting the green. "Golf for Women" rated this #1 among "America's Best Women-Friendly Golf Courses." The newer Legends Course, designed by Arthur Hills, offers a spectacular layout with tree-lined fairways and greens surrounded by beautiful magnolias, tall pines and century-old oaks.
|Available Discount:||LPGA International - Legends Course offers a discount through The Golf Card. Click here for more information on obtaining The Golf Card|
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bermuda Grass||Fairways: Bermuda Grass|
|Dress Code:||No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required|
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Best of the Best, Nov 28, 2005
|reviewer: Eric L
from Park Ridge, NJ, USA
|I have played dozens of courses in my lifetime, and these two courses are close to the very top of the list. I played both courses, and they were both in tip-top shape. The Legends course has proven that a great Florida course doesn't need water to be considered one of the best. There is water on the course, but the difficulty of the course comes from the narrow fairways and a few long carries over ravines. The LPGA chooses to use the Champions's course for it's major, but, personally, I think they should use the Legends course, even though the Champions course can be just as tough. If you get a chance to play here, i would highly recommend it with their affordable prices, especially their early twilight rates, friendly employees, and well-kept and challenging courses. Simply a must play in Central Florida.|