LPGA Arthur Hills Course

by | Dec 11, 2023 | News

The Arthur Hills Course at LPGA International, which is widely regarded as one of Daytona Beach’s top golf courses, recently underwent a major renovation project focused on enhancing its greens. Following the completion of this comprehensive renovation, the course has now reopened to great acclaim from both golfers and critics alike. The renovation project involved a complete overhaul of the greens, focusing on improving their overall quality, consistency, and playability. The results have been impressive, with golfers reporting that the greens are now among the best they’ve played on and that the overall golfing experience at the Hills Course has been elevated to a whole new level.

The project’s main objective was to restore the greens to their original size and specifications, as set by the USGA, using TifEagle Bermuda grass. This objective was successfully met and resulted in an additional 26,600 square feet of putting surface being added to the course, bringing the total putting surface to an impressive 92,000 square feet. The end result is greens that meet the highest standards of the USGA, providing golfers with an exceptional playing experience.

The decision to go with TifEagle was an easy one. The Jones Course at LPGA International previously installed TifEagle and proved its suitability for the Daytona Beach climate. Overall, the decision to install ultra dwarf Bermuda grass on the Arthur Hills Course at LPGA International was a smart one.

As part of the project, the Hills Course also underwent some other major upgrades that significantly improved the overall experience for golfers. In addition to the putting surfaces, the bunker complexes were revitalized using more than 300 tons of sand. Golfers will also experience a smooth and comfortable ride on the newly resurfaced cart paths. Bumps and uneven surfaces are a thing of the past.

The Arthur Hills Course is an exceptional golf course well-known for its challenging fairways that are beautifully lined with magnolia trees and native pines. This course boasts a 4.5-star rating and stretches out to 6,954 yards. With five sets of tees, it provides an equitable challenge to players of every skill level.


The restoration project has successfully enhanced the Arthur Hills Golf Course’s reputation as one of the best in Central Florida.

LPGA International in Daytona Beach offers golf enthusiasts a remarkable array of opportunities to indulge in their passion. Boasting two world-class courses, the Rees Jones and Arthur Hills Course, golfers can immerse themselves in challenging play surrounded by scenic landscapes. With a commitment to providing an exceptional golfing environment, LPGA International stands out as a premier destination for those seeking world-class facilities and a memorable golfing experience.

In addition to golf, Daytona Beach is also known for its beautiful beaches and vibrant nightlife. Visitors can spend their mornings on the golf course and their afternoons lounging on the beach or exploring the city’s many attractions. Plenty of restaurants and bars in the area offer delicious food and drinks, making it the perfect destination for a golf getaway with friends or colleagues.

Overall, Daytona Beach is a fantastic golf destination that offers something for everyone. With its excellent golf courses, beautiful beaches, and exciting nightlife, it’s no wonder that more and more golfers are choosing to visit this amazing city.

For more information, please visit lpgainternational.com or DaytonaBeach.golf

Photos courtesy of LPGA International


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Alan Darty

Alan is the founder and publisher of Golf One Media and the former publisher of eSouthernGOLF—a second-generation Florida native who loves all things Florida. You can usually find him with his wife, watching their two daughters coaching volleyball at Oviedo (FL) High School or Mississippi State University when he's not golfing, hunting, or fishing.