In close proximity to the Indian River Lagoon and Brevard County’s southern boundary, this championship golf course is a haven for wildlife and golfers.
Situated in the middle of a wildlife sanctuary, this par 72 championship course will lead you through wetlands, pine forests, rolling terrain, and an unparalleled golfing experience.
Challenging golfers at all skill levels, this 6,836-yard course designed by Charles Ankrom not only features water obstacles on nine holes, but presents natural hazards well positioned throughout the course.
With impressive elevation changes, this is a course of remarkable beauty that offers a sense of solitude, as most holes are isolated from the others by natural hammocks, scrub, and wetlands.
Besides challenging the Scottish 6th and Carolina Style 13th holes, save your best placed shot for the compelling 18th hole, then head for the clubhouse to celebrate an unforgettable round of golf.