Great track. Tough track. You won't believe it's a muni. The head golf professional, Alex Romanoff, is one of the best in the business and he's been in the PGA for over 20 years. Great teacher and good manager. The Habitat Golf Course stretches out to over 6,800 yards and has a slope and rating of 141 & 73.7 You will get your money's worth on this course! It's technically owned by Brevard County, which also operates Spessard Holland, which is another fun course that I am a fan of. But Spessard Holland does not compete with The Habitat Golf Course when it comes to length and overall conditions. The greens were rolling beautifully when we played about ten days ago. The 19th hole is pretty casual along with the rest of the clubhouse facilities but this place is all about he golf course and it won't disappoint. Avid players will love this golf course but it can be fun for all skill levels if you play from the correct tee box. It's a great place to take lessons and to practice as well. All around great golf course!
this is one of the newer courses around here, its secluded, only one house directly abuts the course, and it is in a beautiful hammock forest area. The course itself is challenging, with many elevated tees, and some tight fairways with unplayable rough. The pro-shop is pretty spartan, as most public courses are here, the staff is friendly and professional. There is a hospitalty cart and an intercom at the 9th tee for the grill at the snack bar. Weekdays can be slow, but make a reservation if you want an early T-time on weekends.