Volusia County Golf Courses
I’ve played a lot of golf courses around Volusia county. Some are not listed here because I haven’t played them in over 10 years. Courses described here, are ones that I’ve played within the last 2 years.
Deland Golf Courses
Victoria Hills Golf Course
This one of my favorite courses in the area. I play this course fairly often, as it has some nice, fun to play holes. The Victoria Hills course has a lot of sand and elevation changes to make it challenging.
Debary Golf Courses
Debary Golf and Country Club
Debary Golf and Country Club is a semi-private course in a community of homes. The course has narrow fairways and some elevation changes. I actually love the first hole. Holes 9 and 18 are a great unusual design. Both are blind tee shots, with big downhill second shots to the greens. The greens are next to each other, separated by a couple of oak trees and cart path.
New Smyrna Beach Golf Courses
Venetian Bay Golf Course
This is a nice community golf course. The winds can make this a tough course some days. Number 9 is just a short, fun hole. You can play it safe and hit an iron into the fairway to the right, then another one to the green. Or, you can hit a blind shot with a driver over the trees, and land just short of the green. You can’t play that shot if you’ve never played the course because you won’t know the right direction. If you look at the top of the trees, you’ll see a small “V”, hit right through that spot. Be off and you can end up in the water or woods. If you decide to play the safe, fairway route, hit an iron. Anything bigger will end up in the trees or water ( I’ve had both happen ).
Daytona Beach Golf Courses
LPGA International Golf Courses
There are 2 18 hole golf courses at LPGA. The old course called the Rees Jones course and the newer course called the Arthur Hills course.
See our LPGA page – https://flygolf.com/lpga-international-golf-courses/
Deltona Golf Courses
The Deltona Club
This was a pleasant surprise. I think we played this course many years ago. This course has plenty of elevation changes and lots and lots of sand. Unfortunately, 2D photos do not really depict the elevation changes very well. The pace of play was pretty good considering they were booked up. They had a ranger on the course ensuring people were keeping up. Definitely going back.