Cocoa Beach Country Club - A Public Facility
HOURS OF OPERATION
PRO SHOP 7AM - 5PM
LAST CART OUT AT 5PM
BATHROOMS ON COURSE AND IN CLUBHOUSE CLOSE AT 6PM. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY CLUBHOUSE BATHROOMS CLOSE AT 7PM.
DRIVING RANGE IS OPEN UNTIL 5:30 DAILY EXCEPT WEDNESDAY. RANGE CLOSES AT 4:30 FOR MOWING THE NEXT DAY. DRIVING RANGE DOES CLOSE, IF THE AREA IS TOO WET TO RETRIEVE THE BALLS HIT.
19TH HOLE HOURS
KITCHEN 9AM - 4PM
BAR 9AM - 5PM. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY BAR CLOSES AT 7PM
Covid 19 Golf Course Conditions
Pursuant to the Governor’s Executive Order #20-91, Section 3 - Essential Activities-the golf course will remain open with the following conditions:
*Social Distancing guidelines are in effect at all times.
- Masks are still required in city facilities (clubhouse).
- If riding in a cart, 2 in a cart unless a single is requested.
- You may now touch the flagsticks, if desired.
- Walking is encouraged.
- Rakes are now back on the course.
- No more than 10 people in the pro shop at once.
- All riding carts will be disinfected between all uses.
- Last cart out at 5pm
- All ball washers will be unusable.
- The 2 bathrooms have water. Please follow directions.
- Bring your own hand sanitizer.
The Cocoa Beach Country Club is a public facility, we welcome residents and guests to the area alike. The Course boasts three courses - Dolphin, Lakes, and River Courses - featuring 27 holes and 41-50 sand bunkers per course.
Reservations can be cancelled only by contacting the Pro Shop at 321 868-3351
Mandatory carts on the Main Course before noon between December 15th and April 15th. Walking is allowed on the second and third courses.
Dress code includes No Tank Tops or Cutoffs.
Discounts Available: Twilight Rates and Junior Discounts.
Best Location In The County
The Cocoa Beach Country Club is located on a peninsula surrounded by the Banana River Lagoon at the western end on Minutemen Causeway in Cocoa Beach. The Course welcomes locals and visitors alike. Since the greens renovation project in 2009, we now have some of the best Paspalum greens in the county. There are three nine hole courses that provide an excellent variety for the recreational golfer.
The Banana River and the seventeen lakes that are located on the golf course at the Cocoa Beach Country Club provide a habitat that attracts an abundance of waterfowl and other birds. The birds provide an enjoyable attraction for the golfers. Assigning a name to each golf hole is one of the oldest traditions in the game of golf. The Cocoa Beach Country Club has named each of its 27 golf holes after one of the predominant species of birds seen on the golf course. The granite tee signs portray the name of the bird for each golf hole.
The waterfowl, other birds, the dolphins, alligators, turtles and raccoons make the Cocoa Beach Country Club a true habitat and wildlife sanctuary for the enjoyment of all golfers. Course features include putting greens, a driving range and a "19th hole" where you can get a bite to eat, a beverage of your choice and reminisce over the great golf shots you just made! The CBCC also features banquet facilities at reasonable prices to host those special gatherings and celebrations.
The 19th Hole Restaurant
Begin or end your day on the course, or off, at the19th Hole Restaurant located in the Country Club, featuring a full bar, snacks, breakfast and lunch. For more information visit the 19th Hole Information Page.