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Brevard County Florida Parks & Recreation Golf Courses

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In the Spotlight at Brevard County Parks & Recreation Golf Courses

Welcome to the newly redesigned Brevard County Golf Courses website!

Please make sure to update your old "bookmarks" or "favorites" that link to our old website. Use the left page navigation, the interactive area map below to find your preferred location.

We hope you find our new website full of useful information to help you get the most of our Golf Courses.

Challenge Yourself on One of Our 3 Distinctive Golf Course...

Integrity Golf Company operates Brevard County's two par 72 championship golf courses—The Savannahs at Merritt Island and The Habitat at Valkaria, and a par 67 stretched executive course—Spessard Holland at Melbourne Beach. Golfers will find unique features and challenges at each course along with friendly service committed to making your golfing experience as pleasant as possible.

At Spessard Holland you'll find enjoyable play energized by ocean breezes. Solitude and scenic beauty embellish your game at The Habitat, while at The Savannahs you'll find the challenge of a championship caliber course.

At each of these fine golf courses tips for all level of players are available through individual instruction or group lessons with a talented pro. Instruction ranges from assessment and skill sharpening for the experienced golfer to an introduction to the game for the beginner. Call a Pro Shop for an appointment.

Spessard Holland Golf Course

Designed by Arnold Palmer Enterprises, the beautiful par 67 stretch executive course is nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the picturesque Indian River Lagoon offering year-round refreshing breezes and memorable views.

The Habitat Golf Course

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.

A sense of solitude prevails throughout the wetlands, pine forests, and rolling terrain—as the only backyard you're in belongs to sandhill cranes, gopher tortoises, scrub-jays and other wildlife.

The Savannahs Golf Couse

The epitome of southern style golf courses and situated in a natural Florida savannah—this course is aptly named. A plantation style clubhouse with pro shop is the platform to one of the most challenging courses on Florida's Space Coast.

Parks & Recreation Golf Courses

Administrative Office
2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way
Bldg B
Viera, Florida 32940
(321) 633-2046


Spessard Holland Golf Course
2374 Oak Street
Melbourne Beach, Florida 32951
Contact Pro Shop: (321) 952-4529
Tee Times: (321) 952-4530

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    The Habitat Golf Course
    3591 Fairgreen Street
    Grant Valkaria, Florida 32950
    Contact Pro Shop: (321) 952-6312
    Tee Times: (321) 952-4588

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      The Savannahs Golf Course
      3915 Savannahs Trail
      Merritt Island, Florida 32953
      Contact Pro Shop: (321) 455-1375
      Tee Times: (321) 455-1377

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