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LPGA International

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

LPGA International
Club information
LocationDaytona Beach, Florida,
United States United States
Established1994
TypePublic
Owned byCity of Daytona Beach [1]
Operated byClubCorp
Total holes36
Tournaments hostedArch Wireless Championship
Sprint Titleholders Championship
NCAA Women's Championship
WebsiteLPGA International
Champions Course
Designed byRees Jones
Par72
Length7088/6664/6240/5744/5131
Course rating74.8/72.9/70.7/68.1/74.1/70.0
Legends Course
Designed byArthur Hills
Par72
Length6984/6594/6339/5827/5155
Course rating74.6/73.1/71.9/69.8/73.9/69.9
Aerial LPGA International Golf.jpg
Aerial view

LPGA International is a golf club located in Daytona Beach, Volusia County, Florida, United States, and the main golf facility used by the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA). The golf facilities are owned by the City of Daytona Beach and operated under agreement with the LPGA. The golf club offers two 18-hole courses, Champions and Legends. In 2013, these were renamed to the Jones and Hills courses, reflecting the architects who designed them.[1]

Overview

In addition to the two Bermuda grass golf courses, the facility offers a driving range, practice putting green, and full-service restaurant. The complex is owned and operated by Fore Golf Partners.

History

When the Ladies Professional Golf Association was looking for a new headquarters in the late 1980s, the City of Daytona Beach made an effort to attract them to this city. Daytona Beach renamed Eleventh Street to LPGA Boulevard and offered to build a new golf course for the LPGA on undeveloped land near the western border of the city. Consolidated Tomoka Land Company agreed to donate 650 acres of land to the City, and the result was LPGA International.[2]

The venue has hosted the Mercury Titleholders Championship from 1995 to 2000, Arch Wireless Championship in 2000, several editions of the Symetra Tour Championship, the LPGA Tour Final Qualifying Tournament, and the 2001 and 2007 NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships.

The Courses

Jones Course

Rees Jones designed the Jones Course, which opened in 1994 and is a favorite of tour players. It offers traditional links style golf design, totaling 7,088 yards. It poses a challenge with strategic mounding, sand bunkers, natural marsh areas, beautiful lakes and undulating greens.

The Jones course has been rated as four and a half stars (out of five) on average by Golf Digest magazine readers.[3] GolfLink.com users have rated the Champion course at four stars (out of five) overall.[4] In its 2013 ranking of America's Top 50 Golf Courses for Women, Golf Digest ranked the Champions Course seventh. [5]

Champions Scorecard [6]
Tee Rating/Slope 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total
Black 74.8 / 145 401 457 197 363 545 162 444 383 569 3521 338 411 403 576 191 468 525 203 452 3567 7088
Blue 72.9 / 141 383 428 174 355 518 141 413 369 549 3330 332 378 363 548 159 429 513 168 444 3334 6664
White 70.7 / 137 358 402 167 328 469 137 372 360 522 3115 312 356 356 533 151 391 475 163 388 3125 6240
Handicap Men's 12 2 18 14 4 16 6 10 8 17 9 13 1 15 5 11 7 3
Par 4 4 3 4 5 3 4 4 5 36 4 4 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 36 72
Gold M:68.1/130
W:74.1/137
348 364 145 321 448 120 338 325 464 2873 305 346 348 482 143 338 424 140 345 2871 5744
Red 70.0 / 123 296 316 94 244 401 91 333 275 460 2510 231 320 284 478 108 334 419 107 340 2621 5131
Handicap Women's 10 6 18 14 2 16 8 12 4 17 7 11 1 15 5 9 13 3

Hills Course

Arthur Hills designed the Hills Course, which opened in 1998 and offers a design of 6,984 yards. The course features natural wetlands, narrow pine corridors, small greens and strategically placed water hazards. The Hills course is considered to be the more challenging of the two.

The Hills course has been rated as four and a half stars (out of five) on average by Golf Digest magazine readers.[7] GolfLink.com users have rated the Legends course at three stars (out of five) overall.[8]

Legends Scorecard [9]
Tee Rating/Slope 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total
Black 74.6 / 148 386 561 165 371 380 406 207 532 441 3449 406 410 185 393 531 195 567 434 414 3535 6984
Blue 73.1 / 141 374 548 140 340 366 393 195 518 374 3248 371 381 168 378 516 177 539 419 397 3346 6594
White 71.9 / 137 362 527 130 325 353 382 185 509 366 3139 356 370 149 368 502 164 510 407 374 3200 6339
Handicap Men's 12 2 18 10 16 8 6 4 14 7 13 17 11 5 15 3 9 1
Par 4 5 3 4 4 4 3 5 4 36 4 4 3 4 5 3 5 4 4 36 72
Gold M:69.8/129
W:73.9/135
352 485 118 302 323 346 168 479 338 2911 314 329 130 350 482 140 496 335 340 2916 5827
Red 69.9 / 119 324 464 101 280 294 317 136 443 318 2677 262 311 113 224 397 125 441 313 292 2478 5155
Handicap Women's 12 6 18 10 16 4 8 2 14 7 9 13 17 1 15 5 11 3

References

  1. ^ a b Partnership pays $18 million for 1,000 acres at LPGA site, Orlando Business Journal, October 29, 2004
  2. ^ Daytona's new direction, Florida Trend, May 1, 1994
  3. ^ "Course Details, LPGA International Champions". Golf Digest. January 2009. Retrieved 2009-01-26.[permanent dead link]
  4. ^ "LPGA International Champions Golf Course". Golf Link. 2009. Retrieved 2009-01-26.
  5. ^ [1] Golf Digest, America's Top 50 Courses for Women, July 2013
  6. ^ The Champions course and scorecard Archived 2008-11-13 at the Wayback Machine
  7. ^ "Course Details, LPGA International Hills". Golf Digest. January 2009. Retrieved 2009-01-26.[permanent dead link]
  8. ^ "LPGA International Legends Golf Course". Golf Link. 2009. Retrieved 2009-01-26.
  9. ^ The Legends Course and Scorecard Archived 2008-11-21 at the Wayback Machine

External links

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