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Eighteen-hole championship golf course, designed by architect Lloyd Clifton, is both a challenge and scenic delight as it winds through canals and lakes, with a chance to glimpse some wildlife along the way.
The south course is in rough shape. Some of the tee boxes have no grass and some of the greens were in rough shape. The green fees were reasonable, but the club rentals were attrocious. I think it's better to pay a little more and...More
We golfed 9 holes last year on the North course and this year on the South course. Both are challenging, with narrow fairways surrounded by water or homes. We enjoyed golfing there and the price was very reasonable ($27 for 9 holes with cart for...More
This golf course was worth the green fee of $29.99. It is a good, fair course although the day we played the greens were sanded. But they played truer than I thought they would. However, the course could use a ranger as the two-some, plus...More
This place could use a facelift. The fairways and rough could use a little TLC. Greens are small (not a knock on the joint, just informational). We played the South course and it was just OK. we paid $35 a head, which is all this...More
Today my wife and I visited Pelican Bay Golf Course. We began play and could not believe the poor conditions of the tees, fairways and greens! Traps were groomed but contained little or no sand... obviously course maintenance staff did not expect you to rake...More
Played the south course today and found it tricky at times due to unfamiliarity and course conditions. Some of the trickiness came from pin placements 6 to 8 feet from the fringe at a few locations.The greens keeper had a bad night last night because...More
Our foursome wasted an enormous among of time searching the rough for balls that were a only few feet from the fairway (or the green) but had disappeared into grass that was at least 5 inches deep. It's hard to imagine why they would create...More
Played Pelican Bay North Course this past weekend. Had a great time out there! It was very affordable and a little slow (probably due to the heat). No wait for our tee time and played in just under 4 hours. No pace issues at all....More
THE CLUB AT PELICAN BAY
Daytona Beach, Fl.
Terrain: Water, Water Everywhere / Houses, Houses Everywhere
Driving Range: Yes
Architect: Lloyd Clifton
Black 6630 Yards, Slope 123, Rating 71.9
Blue 6104 Yards, Slope 118,...More
There is a driving range at Pelican Bay North which is just up the road from the south course and is a part of the overall establishment. I'd be interested in your experience there as mine was forgettable considering the... More
There is a driving range at Pelican Bay North which is just up the road from the south course and is a part of the overall establishment. I'd be interested in your experience there as mine was forgettable considering the number of courses in the area.