DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Daytona Beach’s combination of oceanfront beauty and memorable courses has spurred the area’s emergence as one Florida’s fastest rising golf destinations.

As players begin to ramp up planning for their fall and winter golf trips, three of Daytona Beach’s most popular packages are driving a surge in demand. Group leaders in search of an experience that delivers good times on and off the course are flocking to the “World Most Famous Beach,” and here are the packages at the heart of the area’s popularity.

● The “Going International” offer, a two-night, two-round deal featuring golf on the acclaimed Jones and Hills courses at LPGA International and accommodations at Holiday Inn LPGA, is perfect for a quick weekend getaway. The package starts at just $278, driving is at a minimum, and you get to play the area’s two most popular layouts. The Hills and Jones courses have tested the world’s best female players and they provide a memorable challenge for traveling golfers.

● A four-night, three-round deal that includes lodging at The Shores Resort & Spa is one of Daytona Beach’s best. Golfers get the opportunity to play the recently renovated Halifax Plantation Club, the Hills Course at LPGA, and Spruce Creek Country Club, the centerpiece amenity in America’s largest private fly-in community. The Shores is one of the area’s premier accommodations properties, offering coastal-chic luxury in a casual environment that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. The package starts at just $438.

● If staying in the heart of town at the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort sounds attractive, one of the area’s most popular hotels offers a three-night, three-round package that golfers love. In addition to the luxury and convenience of the Hilton, players can play Cypress Head, a popular Arthur Hills design, Halifax and Palm Harbor Golf Club as part of a deal that starts at just $376.

With an average high temperature of 71 degrees in December and 69 in January, Daytona Beach is an idyllic fall and winter golf destination. The area is home to nearly 20 courses and an array of restaurants and nightlife that guarantee a good time long after the final putt drops.

For information on all of Daytona Beach’s golf offerings, visit DaytonaBeach.Golf.

Chris King

A 20-year marketing a public relations professional, Chris King spent the six years prior to launching Kingfish Communications directing the public relations, social media and email marketing efforts of Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday, golf’s largest marketing cooperative. King launched a blog that helped increase MBGH’s website traffic exponentially and nearly tripled email open rates.

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