Golfers at The Habitat and Spessard Holland,
We wanted to take a minute to keep you informed of everything happening at the courses. Both courses are open for play and we are doing everything possible to ensure that you will continue to be able to enjoy both courses in a safe and sanitary environment.
One step we are taking to do that is lifting the restriction on single riders in a cart. If you choose to do so, you are able to play with one person per cart. While this will create a higher demand for carts at both courses, we are working on possible solutions to make sure everyone who wants to play, can play. If you wish to bring your own cart you can, please just check in with the pro shop before using it on the course.
One of the best ways to practice proper social distancing is to walk while you play. At 4978 yards and a par of 67, Spessard Holland is a great option for those of you who want to get out and stretch your legs a little extra while you play. We are lifting all restrictions on walking so if you want to walk, you can!
We are suspending our online tee time booking for the time being and ask that you call the pro shops to make a tee time. This will allow us to make sure that you are able to get on the course in an efficient manner.
Both courses will continue to offer a limited food and beverage menu, but we will no longer be offering food service indoors. At The Habitat we will make use of our walk-up window and at Spessard Holland we will continue to bring your food outdoors for you to enjoy.
We will continue to use an extra level of sanitization and safety at both courses to ensure your safety as well as the safety of our staff.
We ask for your patience and understanding as we navigate this situation. Though this situation is changing daily our purpose remains the same, preserving public golf in Brevard County.
We thank you for your support and cooperation during this time and will continue to provide updates on our websites and social media pages.
General Manager / Director of Golf