Cocoa Beach Country Club - Dolphin Course has a par of 71, Gold Tees of 6393 yards with a slope of 115, Blue Tees of 5952 ... More
Cocoa Beach Country Club - Dolphin Course
Cocoa Beach Country Club - Dolphin Course has a par of 71, Gold Tees of 6393 yards with a slope of 115, Blue Tees of 5952 yards with a slope of 110, White Tees of 5496 yards with a slope of 109 and Red Tees of 4985 yards with a slope of 105. Designed and built in 1968 by Charles Ankrom, the Dolphin-Lakes Course is one of three combinations available at Cocoa Beach Country Club. This coupling of nine-hole courses occupies the interior of the club's property. There are lots of dogleg fairways on this well-trapped and windy course and a number of ponds in play. The course is generally open. The par-5s and par-3s range from short to medium in length. There are a few long par-4s. This is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.
CBCC has two interesting and somewhat challenging nines (Dolphin, River) and one (Lakes) that's average at best.
Not all that long and basically straight- away but 'protected' by the Atlantic's off shore winds and it's equally exposed (and picturesque) location on the Banana River. One nine - usually the Lakes - designated for walkers on weekends.
As CBCC is a municipal facility course conditioning can be inconsistent.
Unless you play early (7:00 - 8:00AM) on the weekend be ready for a minimum five hour round ... CBCC needs more (and better) rangers to keep play moving.
Pro Shop has improved dramatically over last 12 - 18 months.
CBCC is a good value that borders on very good when stacked up against other courses in the region - especially during Snow Bird Season (Thanksgiving thru Easter).