There are three leagues at my home course. One of them is seniors-only, for which I don't qualify (I checked). However, one of the things they do for their tournaments is to have default tees for each flight. Any player may play any set of tees desired; handicap shots get adjusted for the different tees, and players are ineligible for gross prizes if they aren't at the default tees. I don't know what they do if someone asks to move back a set of tees, but that isn't a concern in this thread.
This allows, say, B flight to play from the blue tees, but the players who cannot really enjoy a round from those tees can move to the white tees, enjoy their round, and still compete in net.
One of the issues we have in our league is that when players move up a teebox, they are more likely to win some of the various awards we give out: # birdies and pars, low gross, closest to pin, etc.
Haven't figured out exactly how to best handle that.
We stay in the Santa Rosa Beach / Blue Mountain Beach area just about every year (save the occasional switch to Hilton Head Island...which we did again this year). Windswept in Freeport is one of my go-to visits. Spectacular is probably a little strong, but I do like the place. The value is especially good since you're inland, non-resort. I like the layout--less water-everywhere-target-golf, and more, well, 'windswept dunes'--and it's pretty open so you can be aggressive off the tee when you're playing well. The only negatives are the drive from the beach, relative to the other area courses--and, being inland, you lose the sea breeze...so feels much hotter and the flying insects can get a little bothersome. Take your sun screen and bug spray.
Beyond Windswept, I've probably played the Sandestin resort courses the next-most...including the Links probably most often (I can be frugal ). It is a little tight and watery, but still a nice layout. In spite of that, I've put up some of my better scores there, including a hole-out from ~102y a couple of years ago on one of the prettier holes on the bay. That was a nice memory.
You guys enjoy your trips & rounds. May the birdies be plentiful.