Although a semi-private club, we are open for limited public play and tournaments on a daily basis and have numerous options available for membership that will suit your needs for a country club lifestyle, golf partnerships, or group golf. As you enter Spruce Creek, you will be greeted by security officers at a fully serviced gated entrance and then directed through a parade of beautiful homes to our clubhouse. Upon your arrival, you will find our pro shop staff waiting for your bags in the circular drive. Proceed onto the Bill Amick-designed 18-hole, par-72 course that winds along the Spruce Creek, sharing the blue sky with private jets and prop planes as they take off and land on the neighboring runway.
The course has multiple tees ranging from 5,176 yards (women's tees: slope 123) to 6,841 yards from the back tees (slope 136). The front side is a more traditional, tree lined, tighter layout which runs alongside the community's private airstrip on holes eight and nine. (A sign on the ninth tee box encourages you to check for incoming aircraft before teeing off!) The back nine is more open in design but has numerous water hazards. The club has a fully stocked pro shop; rental clubs are available. Practice areas include a full size driving range, putting green and chipping area with a practice bunker. The club has a long-time PGA teaching professional, Mike Kelly, who comes with over 30 years of experience, making him a great fit for golfers of all skill levels.
To book a tee time, click the button below or contact the pro shop directly at (386) 756-6114. You may also email Mike Kelly directly at Golf@SpruceCreekClub.com.
Mike KellyMike moved to the Daytona Beach area in 2005 and has been the head PGA Professional at the Spruce Creek Country Club after spending seven years as the Head Professional in the Cayman Islands. Mike has also been the Director of Golf at the Loxahatchee Club in Palm Beach and the Saint Andrews Golf Club in New York. Before that Mike was an assistant PGA professional at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio, host of the annual Memorial Tournament on the PGA Tour.
While at Muirfield Village, Mike got to play many rounds with arguably the best golfer to play the game, Jack Nicklaus. Mike also to learned a few things from Jack Grout, Nicklaus' legendary teacher.
Sam MindlinSam is a Daytona Beach native, born and raised. He started to play golf at age five influenced by his grandparents who were members of nearby clubs. Sam seriously took up the game at age 11 and started to play in the Volusia/Flagler Junior Golf Association (VFJGA) up until he was an adult winning multiple tournaments.
While learning the game, same took instruction as a Junior golfer from Golf Digest's Top 25 teacher Craig Shankland. After the VFJGA, Sam played Varsity golf for Atlantic High School in Port Orange, FL. After taking a small hiatus from the game, Sam joined Mike at Spruce Creek Country Club as the Assistant Golf Professional in 2007, then becoming a PGA apprentice after passing the Playing Ability Test in 2009. Sam continues to share his passion of the game to golfers of all ages and skill levels.
Diane Thompson GaronI was born and raised in Iowa.
My mother was an ice skater and my father was a golfer.
So my twin sister and I had a passion for two sports. Ice skating and golf.
For two years we skated with "Holiday on Ice". Traveled the world.
After our two year contract we moved to Florida for me to pursue my golf career.
My first pro job was at the New Smyrna Golf Course.The next several years I worked for Walt Disney World at the Lake Buena Vista Club. My most memorable time was playing golf with Bob Hope on his 75th birthday. What a great gift he gave me! I worked 18 years for Hampton Golf and 13 years at LPGA International.
I am so looking forward to working with the great membership at Spruce Creek Country Club!