INDIGO LAKES GOLF CLUB (386)254-3607
Florida Golf Course Review
Indigo Lakes has been called the "best kept secret in Daytona" with conditioning, amenities and service worthy of a private country club - and with a
reasonable green fee structure on a course that is open for public play. This Lloyd Clifton re-design has served as host site for the Hooters Tour (1999),
LPGA Q-School (1991-93) and also hosted the LPGA Championship in 1994.
Located near the Daytona International Speedway, minutes from I-95 and just a few miles from the Daytona International Airport, Indigo Lakes features five
sets of tee areas that play to distances and slopes measuring 7168 yards/132 slope, 6601 yards/128 slope, 6176 yards/124 slope for men and 136 for
women, 5580 yards/119 slope for men and 129 for women, and 5138 yards with a slope of 117 for men and 124 for ladies hitting from the forward tees.
Water is present on many holes (11 in total), although mostly on the perimeters, with ample bail out room generally provided. There are over 50 soft sand
bunkers situated near the landing zones or greenside, on a layout that combines lush landscaping, beauty and challenge that makes this an enjoyable experience for all levels of players.
On property is a practice facility consisting of a targeted grass driving range, putting green and a short game area with sand bunker. The clubhouse
includes a pro shop, banquet/special event facilities that can accommodate up to 260 guests, plus the Majors on the Green restaurant, which combines
wonderful views and service. The dining facilities are open for lunch Monday through Saturday, for breakfast on Saturdays and for a Champagne Sunday Brunch.
Stay and play packages are available through the Bahama House and the nearby best Western, with contact info available on the Indigo Lakes website.
For more info on the course, visit our page for Indigo Lakes, with a direct link to its website by clicking here.