The par-72 golf course at Indigo Lakes Golf Club in Daytona Beach, Florida stretches over 7100 yards from the back tees and presents an exhilarating challenge to golfers of all skills levels. Designed by Lloyd Clifton and built in 1976, Indigo Lakes is both enjoyable and challenging. Each hole is carved out of a forest of pine and palmetto trees, giving the golfer an experience of solitude and serenity. The course also boasts having the largest greens in Florida, averaging 7,000 sq. ft. each. There are more than 100 bunkers strewn throughout the plush layout and surrounding the slightly elevated, sloping greens. Water comes into play on ten of the holes. In 1994, Indigo Lakes played host to the LPGA Tour's Sprint Championship. Practice facilities: Driving range, putting green, sand trap and chipping area.