Florida’s central east coast is a haven for golfers featuring a number of outstanding public and private courses. There are two golf courses in Melbourne Beach.
Aquarina Beach and Country Club Golf Course:
A semi-private golf course located in the south beaches of Melbourne Beach.
“The 18-hole course at Aquarina Golf Club was designed by Charles Ankrom and opened for play in 1996. The course extends to 4313 yards from the blue tees for a par of 62. Hidden amongst the mangroves and canals of the Intra-Coastal Waterway to the west, and the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Aquarina will wow you with its views from elevated bulkhead tees; but also challenge you with target golf. If you didn’t have a scorecard to show you the shorter distance, you would never know that this was not a par 70 or 72 course – it is THAT good!” (Space Coast Golf Magazine – 2012). For more information, including golf, tennis, real estate and more, please visit:
Aquarina Beach and Country Club Website
Spessard Holland Golf Course:
A Brevard County golf course just south of the Town of Melbourne Beach.
“Designed by Arnold Palmer Enterprises, this popular stretched executive 18-hole course offers an oasis of golfing pleasure between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River. The 5,210 yard course features sailboats and birds along the inland waterway on the west. From the east, the constant, yet unpredictable breeze off the Atlantic Ocean offers exceptional seaside golfing — challenging use of all 14 clubs. Golfers will also appreciate the hole-in-one advantage of the six par-3 holes that vary from 128 to 191 yards. Weaving through more than 800 sabal palms, eleven par-4 holes and one par-5 hole complete the opportunity for first rate play at this well-manicured 67-par course.” (Golf Spessard Holland Website – 2012)
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Residents of the adjacent Rivers Edge community enjoy golf views and a community pathway to the Spessard Holland Golf Course. Learn more about this community here: