The Indigo Lakes Golf Club located in Daytona Beach, Florida is a Lloyd Clifton masterpiece that opened in 1976. This 18-hole layout once played host to several golf championships including the LPGA Championship, LPGA Qualifying School, and the Hooters Championship. The Indigo Lakes offers the 7,100-yard semi-woodland/wetland layout where old-growth oaks and pines stand and water features play on the course’s 10 holes. To add up to the challenge, the layout also features the quick green fairways with more than a hundred sand traps that will surely test every golfer’s ability level. The back tees play an intimidating par-72, 7,131-yard with the course rating of 73.5 and a slope rating of 128. That is why this amazing golf course was considered as one of Northeast Florida’s most challenging layouts as well as one of the best that every existed in the state.
GolfWeek Magazine also cited Indigo Lakes among the “Top 10 Golf Courses in Florida”. Each year, the resort caters to an increasing number of local and foreign guests flocking the layout to experience one of the finest golf gems in the world. Aside from the challenging holes, Indigo Lakes also provides golfers with the complete practice facilities at the club. Before heading to the greens for great rounds and exciting tee times, guests can also take advantage of the 400-yard driving range, chipping green, putting green, and the practice bunker. The neighboring resorts that are near the layout can provide guests with an array of comfortable accommodations for the entire family depending on preferences and desired budget.