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. 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 scorecard and 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".