The DeBary Golf and Country Club is located between two of Florida’s most beautiful cities, Orlando and Daytona. It shares all the best natural features of the two cities. SO basically, this golf vacation destination is caught between being beautiful and gorgeous.
This Lloyd Clifton creation features many things un-Florida. In truth, there is a more of Carolina golf course feel to the DeBary Golf and Country Club, owing it to the many trees dotted all over the property and the lack of water. There is only a single water hazard all throughout the course and it plays on the shared greens between the 9th and the 18th hole. The course measures 6,776 yards from the longest tees, par-72. Golf vacations here are characterized by plays on excellent greens carpeting some well-placed holes, several other hazards, and lots and lots of trees.
Speak of trees, the trees and forests on course serve more purpose than just the aesthetics. They do more than play the role of natural hazards as well. These forests of native growth trees are what separates the DeBary Golf and Country Club course from the housing development on the other side of the club. That is one dream golf trip: away from the sights and sounds of residential communities without exactly being away from civilization. Now, that said, there really isn’t anything surprising about the course’s four-star rating for Golf Digest’s Places to Play List, as well as its being a regular host of US Open Qualifiers. Neither is it surprising that golfers who come here will end up caught between being in love and in awe.