The area known as LPGA is actually 12 communities in Daytona Beach built around the LPGA International Golf Club, home of the Ladies Professional Golf Assn, the Florida Tennis Center, United States Tennis Assn, and 2 championship golf courses. The Champions Course, designed by Rees Jones, was the first course in the history of the sport designed specifically for women golfers. Featuring 5 sets of tee markers, the course can be played from 5,131 yards to 7,088 yards at par 72. Nature preserves and marsh areas meander throughout the course.
The Legends Course, designed by Arthur Hills, incorporates rolling greens, tight fairways, many strategic hazards, and tests the player's skill in course management and shotmaking. Fairways are treelined and wander through natural vegetaion and wetlands. In addition to the 2 courses, LPGA offers a state-of-the-art practice academy, 5 putting greens and chipping areas, bunkers, and driving range. Both golf and social memberships are available, for residents to also enjoy the clubhouse and community pool.
LPGA Real Estate
Lionspaw is the newest community in the LPGA, and the only gated one. Homes built in the last couple of years range from $400,000, with pools and golf course or lake frontage. HOA fees are very low, about $160 due quarterly.
Names of other communities evoke the beauties of Florida: Opal Hill, Gray Hawk, Master Glen. Older single family houses are available, ranging from $124,900 to $999,900. Most are one story, and maintenance fees vary widely, from $90 to $420, depending on size of lot and location.
Townhomes and single family attached dwellings are also available here, priced from $109,000 to $224,900. LPGA has it all, and is located conveniently to the interstate, the airport, Daytona Speedway, and the famous Daytona Beach amenities. Use the search widget on the right sidebar to find homes for sale in LPGA. Call for a private showing of any property, 386-679-3191, or email for more information: email@example.com .