*[Florida has more golf courses than any other state. The warm climate and beautiful Florida sunshine allow golfers to play year round. Upscale golfing communities featuring lush gated entrances, stunning homes nestled along the manicured fairways, luxury town homes, and condominiums are prominent in Central Brevard. The sport of golfing has become a way of life for retirees, families and couples alike.
Championship courses located on the semi-private golf clubs of Baytree National, Turtle Creek Golf Club, Viera East Golf Club and the Majors Golf Club at Bayside Lakes will not disappoint. The private country clubs of Suntree and Rockledge offer many memberships to meet the needs of its golfers and families. The Grand Ballroom, ladies’ bridge, dinner specials, social gatherings and special events are just a few of the perks of being a member of the Rockledge Country Club. In Melbourne]*, the Suntree Country Club has long been an elite, private country club surrounded by upscale homes, pristine fairways and 36 holes of championship golf. The public courses at Cocoa Beach Country Club offer both visitors and residents a chance to play a round of golf on a peninsula surrounded by the Banana River Lagoon.
Brevard County Parks and Recreation manages three golf courses in the county. The southern style championship course of The Savannahs at Merritt Island in Central Brevard, The Habitat at Valkaria on Brevards southern boundary and the par 67 executive course of Spessard Holland at Melbourne Beach nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River Lagoon.
In Brevard County you can get your daily dose of your favorite sport and remember the grass is always greener on the golf course!