Built in the 1960s, Deltona Hills Golf and Country Club operated as a private facility for 20 years before becoming club-owned in 1983.
Bobby Weed and Chris Monti led the 2004 restoration of this dated central Florida country club. Our contemporary design combines striking sandscapes with unusually rolling terrain to create a memorable public golf experience.
Best Public Courses in Florida, No. 20
2008 Golf Inc.
U.S. Renovation of the Year, Runner-Up
2008 Golf Inc.
Florida Renovation of the Year, Winner
After two hurricanes in 2004 significantly damaged the golf course, combined with lagging membership numbers, this member-owned club was on the verge of bankruptcy.
Every major area of the club’s infrastructure was failing. The irrigation system was 25 years old. Very few capital improvements had taken place in 40 years.
Our creative team re-envisioned the entire site with a modified, yet enhanced golf course routing. The new routing unveiled a 17-acre parcel for residential development. 300 condominium units were rezoned to be built on the property, located on the interior of the golf course. This strategic repurposing allowed the golf course renovation to start without servicing a large debt.
The Deltona Club was able to successfully renovate their golf course due to a savvy business strategy and a creative master plan. Members and guests are now treated to a course design with an improved routing, conditioning and dramatic elevation changes, sometimes as much as 50 feet, which is very unique for central Florida.
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