Golfers Are Racing To Max Beach Resort in Daytona Beach
During the DAYTONA 500 race, fans and race teams will have to outrace golfers to Max Beach Resort, one of Florida’s newest accommodations.
With floor-to-ceiling windows and breathtaking views of the “World’s Most Famous Beach,” this new oceanfront resort offers one-, two- and three-bedroom condos. A golf group can enjoy the communal aspects of a buddy trip in the luxury units that offer more than 1,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor living space.
Max Beach Resort’s residence-style lodging provides every amenity, from a fully equipped kitchen to private baths with in-suite washers and dryers. Pull-out sofas and ample outdoor living space complete the package. In addition, guests enjoy the full-service restaurant, bar, and rooftop terrace to admire the breathtaking sunrise and sunset. The lifestyle lounge area on the 12th floor is perfect for playing pool, shuffleboard, or other games of skill while indulging in a sweeping view of the Atlantic Ocean. To stay fit, the fitness center offers top-notch machinery with an unparalleled oceanfront vista to keep you motivated. And lastly, what better way to relax than dipping into the pool and hot tubs?
Max Beach Resort is an ideal location for golf groups because it is close to the 20 golf courses, outstanding restaurants, and abundant nightlife in Daytona Beach. Although LPGA International boasts the acclaimed Jones and Hills layouts, it isn’t the only facility in the area that golfers flock to.
The Florida Historic Golf Trail includes three courses in Daytona Beach – the New Smyrna Golf Club and the South Course at Daytona Beach Golf Club, both of which were designed by the legendary Donald Ross, and Riviera Country Club, which hosts the longest-running mini tour in the country.
Daytona Beach is a popular destination for group leaders who want to maximize the fun of a golf trip on and off the course. It boasts the Ron Garl-designed Victoria Hills Golf Club, ranked among the top 15 public courses in the Sunshine State, and the Bill Amick-designed Halifax Plantation.
On and off the course, it is easy to see why Daytona Beach is a popular destination for golf trip leaders.