The Habitat Golf Course Florida

Among the golf courses in Malabar, Florida, The Habitat Golf Course stands out as a complete and balanced test of your skills. The elements that make for exciting golf are present, and in abundance. Water hazards -- large ones -- appear everywhere. Bunkers are ample in number. Mounds and elevation changes carry The Habitat Golf Course beyond the realm of the flatter Florida layouts. The tall pines offer a dramatic backdrop to shot after shot. This has become one of the best golf courses in Florida in part because of the creative architecture of Charles Ankron. Although tee boxes are offered for every skill level, the course, opened in 1991, stretches to 6,836 yards from the Black tees. The par 72 layout sports a course rating way up there at 73.7, and the slope is a championship-level 141. One player said "great course, you won't believe it’s a muni."

The course's proximity to the Indian River Lagoon adds to the profusion of wildlife in the area. Enjoy the distinctive call of the occasional sand hill crane passing overhead. The course offers a pro shop with logo gear, driving range, practice green, snacks, food, and beverage. Get discount Florida tee times at the south Brevard County course along the Space Coast and you'll be in for some memorable golf.
3591 Fairgreen Street
Malabar, Florida 32950
Course Architect
Charles Ankron
Year Opened
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