Fore Golf completes LPGA International renovations

Both courses and practice facility receive upgrades.

Fore Golf Parners, the new owner of LPGA International, wasted no time making improvements to the Datona, Fla., club. A recently completed renovation project enhanced both courses with layouts by Rees Jones and Arthur Hills as well as the property’s practice facility.

Fore Golf took over the property in the fall and immediately began investing in the Daytona Beach facility. At the heart of the work was a bunker renovation project that restored the bunkers on both layouts to their original specifications and installed new drainage.

Portions of the cart paths on both courses were repaved and the member driving range was resurfaced with TifTuf Bermudagrass.

The work commissioned by Fore Golf Partners has LPGA International in prime condition as Daytona Beach enjoys the heart of its winter and spring seasons, the LPGA stated in a press release. LPGA International, which counts World Golf Hall of Famer Karrie Webb among the women who have triumphed at the property, is one of Central Florida’s premier multi-course facilities.

The Rees Jones designed course features waste bunkers, mounding and natural marsh areas. The layout is challenging but with five sets of tees, it’s playable for golfers of all skill levels. The Arthur Hills design features fairways lined by magnolia trees and native pines.

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Doesn’t this course also come with millions of $$$ of bond debt secured by the property?

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