La Cita Golf & Country Club

Titusville, Florida
3.8
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La Cita Golf & Country Club
777 Country Club Dr, Titusville, Florida 32780-4980
(407) 267-2955 Icon phone Directions
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Tees 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total Slope Rating
Blue 548 136 397 343 347 420 152 528 397 3268 364 391 194 497 422 356 393 219 498 3334 6602 134 72.8
White 482 120 361 314 322 385 133 496 365 2978 336 366 171 473 392 334 380 201 456 3109 6087 132 70.6
Red 458 100 323 298 300 362 106 454 301 2702 305 331 107 398 368 309 347 178 399 2742 5444 130 72.6
Par 5 3 4 4 4 4 3 5 4 36 4 4 3 5 4 4 4 3 5 36 72
La Cita Golf & Country Club Ratings & Reviews
3.8
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Gerald Massa
3 months ago
La Cita had the best greens that I have seen in a long time. The course was in exceptionally good shape. Weather seem to be other players, play was at a good speed. We had a most enjoyable time and are looking forward to returning next week. Attached is a photo of the first Fairway. There's a large Oak Tree in the middle.
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David Theoret
3 months ago
In its heyday, La Cita Country Club set the standard for country clubs on Florida’s Space Coast. When its doors opened in 1985, this landmark country club attracted some of the region’s most influential golfers and socialites; not just from the immediate area, as most new clubs tend to do, but from as far as Orlando, Palm Beach and Jacksonville. The course is a traditional blend of manicured turf, decorative landscapes, and native woodlands. Mature trees line many of the fairways and water comes into play on 14 holes. Break out the bird watcher’s guide as you make your way around; you’re bound to encounter white egrets, sand hill cranes, ospreys, hawks, and even the occasional eagle. La Cita is definitely not your typical Florida golf course[.] In fact, it’s very challenging no matter which set of tees you play. The course takes full advantage of the surrounding topography; in addition to the lakes and woods, you’ll encounter small hills and slight elevation changes, something not common in this part of the state. For the most part, the greens are small and elevated. They tend to run on the fast side and roll true, which only adds to the excitement. A full complement of practice facilities — including a driving and chipping range — are at your disposal. There’s also a large practice putting green in front of the clubhouse. The range maxes out around 200 yards, so most players won’t be able to hit driver. Plenty of doglegs and mature oak trees with overhanging branches will challenge your accuracy, especially off the tee. Your accuracy is greatly rewarded on approach shots as well, because many of the greens are very small and crowned. After your round, be sure to stop by the clubhouse for a cold beverage and some great food. The well-stocked bar has all your favorite libations, as well as several domestic and craft brews on tap and a respectable wine list. Seasonal menus authored by executive chef Daro Chan can be enjoyed for lunch and dinner, as well as a for Sunday brunch. Chan was lured to La Cita last fall from Indian River Preserve, a nearby public course. His regional reputation is formidable, and his culinary range impressive. One of the menu selections that piqued my palate was the Pot Roast Poutine: tender braised prime rib tips and cheese curds in a rich, brown gravy. At the time of this writing, it was available for both lunch and dinner. Another interesting option is the Salmon BLT: poached, flaked salmon, bacon and Swiss cheese wrapped in a flour tortilla with lettuce, vine-ripe tomato and lemon-dill mayonnaise. Until only a few years ago, the club was in decline; despite the previous owners’ good intentions, appearances were not being kept up. In December 2016, the property was purchased by Vivian Dimond, an influential and highly respected South Florida real estate developer and investor who is also a famously gracious hostess. She immediately set out to restore La Cita to its former glory, from the clubhouse to the greens, where a new irrigation system was immediately installed, and a fleet of new golf carts purchased. Granted, the work continues, but conditions are improving on a daily basis, particularly on the golf course. In addition to the Stay-and-Play component and member-for-a-day specials, La Cita currently offers some great golf membership opportunities. The Unlimited Membership includes unlimited access to the golf course, driving rage, tennis and racquetball courts, swimming pool, athletic club and clubhouse. Corporate memberships are also available. Snowbirds will appreciate the seasonal membership, which can be purchased with or without golf cart privileges. (All memberships have a low monthly food and beverage minimum.) As La Cita puts members and guests first, and completes its renovations, this once-famous course should regain its place of prominence on the Space Coast. My advice: Play this course while you can; once restoration is complete, getting a tee time will be tough.
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The Monte
3 months ago
Came to have a nice dinner with my family, that was not the case. As the girl who scrambled to seat us in a pretty much empty restaurant. Took about 20 minutes to get our drinks.... well most of our drinks. We waited a little longer to get the bottle of wine we had ordered. Looking back into the bar I was able to see our waiter enjoying some wine for himself, then he came to tell us the they were out of the wine we ordered. Luckily he was there to offer us a bottle that was 3 times more expensive. Shot that down and got something more comparable. After that was figured out, we moved onto our food. Mostly oversalted and basically inediable. Got pork belly that was so over cooked it almost broke a tooth. Also ordered their steak special, fried onions were cold, green beans were cold, and my twice baked potato was left in the microwave a little too long and burnt any tasted buds that might have actually let me taste what little flavor may have been there. All in a it was a bad experience. But it seemed to get worse. When we asked for a manager it seemed there was no one in charge. But I guess that leaving four 20 somethings year olds in charge of a bar on a Friday night makes total sense. Wont be coming back.
La Cita Golf & Country Club is an 18 hole golf course located at 777 Country Club Dr, Titusville, Florida 32780-4980 and plays 6602 yards from the tips . The estimated course record for La Cita Golf & Country Club is 63. It has a slope of 134 and rating 72.8. We have the scorecard for this course. This course is located in Florida in the city of Titusville in 32780 . Royal Oak Resort & Golf Club and Great Outdoors RV & Golf Resort are located nearby. Book a cheap tee time at La Cita Golf & Country Club now!