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The Course

The Golf Gods of America have laid their hands on an ordinary piece of land and produced a miracle in Florida's Space Coast.
Perry O. Dye Designs has established a world wide reputation for unique, environmentally sensitive golf courses. Dye Designs believes that Dye courses can produce better golfers, while providing local employment and valued recreation for all those who play them.

The Dye family is considered by many to be "America's First Family of Golf." The Dyes' contributions have become an integral part of the history and tradition of golf course design and construction. All members of the Dye family have contributed their unique talents and knowledge to the improvement of the game. The blending of tradition with innovation in design has been noteworthy in their award winning golf projects.
  • CART PATHS During USGA and LPGA sanctioned events, all cart paths are in play. During normal play and League play, relief is permissible.
  • BALL DROPS Holes 12 and 16 have designated drop areas located in front of the Red Teeing Ground. It is the player’s option to use the drop area when playing under Rule 26 (Water Hazards).
  • WATER HAZARDS Lateral Hazards are defined by red stakes and/or red lines. Absent the red markings, the hazard is defined by the high water mark or the break in the land slope, whichever is higher. Water Hazards are defined by yellow stakes and/or yellow lines. Absent the yellow markings, the hazard is defined by the high water mark or the break in the land slope, whichever is higher.
  • DEFINING BOUNDS AND MARGINS The course is defined by white stakes and/or lines. Absent the markings, the ball is in play. Except when a ball has come to rest in/on known private property, it is deemed to be Out of Bounds. The roadway to the right of Hole 11 defines Out of Bounds. Fence lines to the right of Holes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 13, and 14 are Out of Bounds. The area left of the water hazard on Hole 15 is Out of Bounds. Play is restricted in all Environmentally Protected Areas. Environmentally Protected Areas are identified with Green paint on top portion of Red, Yellow or White Stakes. Absent the markings, the Environmentally Protected Areas are: left of the cart path inside of 100 yards on hole 10; left of the fairway on hole 11; in front of the tee box on hole 12; right of the cart path of hole 13; right of cart path on hole 15; right of cart path on hole 8; and left of the tee box on hole 9.
  • STONES IN BUNKERS Stones in bunkers are deemed to be movable obstructions (Rule 21-1 applies).
This 18-hole championship golf course will satisfy a golfer's palate of any magnitude in the Mims - Titusville - Space Coast area. Rich, lush, rolling fairways weave throughout undulating landscape, surrounded by serene lakes, native vegetation and wildlife. The course even features a bonus 19th green par 3 shaped like the continent of Australia.

  • Black yards 7146, rating 74.5, slope 143
  • Gold yards 6671, rating 72.4, slope 135
  • Blue yards 6174, rating 70.3, slope 129
  • White yards 5593, rating 68.1/73.2, slope 118/142
  • Red yards 4873, rating 67.4, slope 116
Appropriate golfing attire shall be worn at all times by players and non-playing riders, members, guests and juniors. It is the Golf Pass Holders responsibility to inform their guests of the dress code. The dress code applies to the golf course, practice putting greens and driving range. The Golf Shop personnel are responsible for enforcing the code. Anyone not conforming to the code will be asked to change to appropriate attire or to purchase conforming attire. Golf Shop personnel may refuse golfing privileges to any customer or guest whose attire does not conform to our Dress Code. THIS IS A SOFT SPIKE FACILITY.

Male golfers must wear appropriate golf attire, which may include golf slacks, Bermuda length shorts that are no higher than 5 inches above the knee, and shirts with collars, cowl necks, or turtlenecks. Tank tops, shirts without sleeves, tee shirts, jogging shorts, denim and cutoffs are prohibited.

Female golfers must wear appropriate golf attire as well, which may include golf slacks, Bermuda length shorts and golf skirts. Ladies may wear sleeveless tops. Denim, bathing suits, and pool attire are prohibited.
Indian River Preserve golf course in Mims, Florida X
Course Record: Chris DiMarco (64) on 8/2/2003
How? If we could figure this out, we'd tell you and make some serious $$ in the process! [These Guys Are Good!] Last played on August 29th, 2007 shot a 69 and said the greens are some of the best in Florida.

Amateur Record: Jason Guptill (66) on 6/10/2005

Double Eagles: Otto Baker & William Stolp on Hole No. 17

Hole in Ones: Hovis Wingate, Sergio Giannotta, Mike Sorapuru, Ed Rice, Ken Davidson, Al Jimenez, Bobby Ennis, Doug Plowden, Tim Chatterton, Art Slyfeld, Gary Potts, Shane Parker, Mark Ham, Pappy Frakes, Ron Piccone, Wayne Dubois, Paul Kienzle, Kurt Lettau, Frank Marcoly, George Hargrove, Jim Patterson, Michael Karaffa, Steve Lipson, Gordie Benson, Bob Angell, Randall Cruce, Robert Bonser, Rollin Dennis, David Again, Doug Gilbertson, Manny Lares, Bruce Preeschl, Wayne Stallard, Bob Donaldson, Jerry Kinch, George Malone, Jim King, James Murphy, Bob Donaldson, Stan Cichewicz, Bll Street, Dave Hansen, Ed Clark, Franco Ippolito, Charlie Ellis, Woody Smith, Frank Kennedy, Frank Hopkins, Ursula Schneider, Jean Duggan, Bia Lan Zhu, Libby Speight, Cindy Manire, Kathy Knatz, Jan Stannix, Kathy Yohn, Terri Neal, Jong Beach, Michael Thornberry, Daniel Crouse, Rodger Daugherty, Jerry Lishness, Holly Yerger, Speedy Burnett, Shelli Edwards-Seymour, Rob Klem, Pete Horeluk, Florence Driggers, Reinier Bongers, James Reeder, Zane Taylor, Jack Stanford, Eric Straehla, Howard Van Etten, Shep Fagan, Manon Louis-Seize, Tony Cordell, Jong Beach, Bill Lehtio, Mike Croteau, Jack Stanford, Doug Plowden, Tim Cook, Darrell Turner, Stacy Futch, Nathin Perin, Fritz Cotsamire, Woody Smith, Don Rollo, & Don Minick.