Tour the Course
- Hole 01
- Hole 02
- Hole 03
- Hole 04
- Hole 05
- Hole 06
- Hole 07
- Hole 08
- Hole 09
- Hole 10
- Hole 11
- Hole 12
- Hole 13
- Hole 14
- Hole 15
- Hole 16
- Hole 17
- Hole 18
#1: Par 4, good opening hole that demands a straight shot off the tee which must avoid a gully of pines on the right, leaving a mid iron to an elevated two tiered green.
#2: A dogleg right par 4 with water and a large fairway bunker all down the right side. Perfect drive is right middle leaving a hybrid to mid iron to very large green front to back.
#3: This is a short but visually intimidating looking par 4. With water running down the whole right side, the perfect drive is left center leaving a short iron to an extremely small green.
#4: a great par 3 which requires a right to left shot, anything right of this green will be in a forest of pines and a tough up and down.
#5: a long par 4, with a very generous landing area but a tight second shot with a fairway wood, with water left of the green and a hazard to the right which guarantees bogey ….at best.
#6: Position not power par 5. Perfect drive is right middle to avoid water left. Second shot must be placed into a narrow landing area, but a short 3rd could result in a birdie.
#7: classic par 3. Elevated green, well guarded by bunkers. Wind can play a factor here.
#8: Par 5 which requires a left middle tee shot, avoiding a fairway bunker which guarantees bogey. Second shot must avoid bunker down right side leaving short iron into a very deep undulating green.
#9: A great 2 shot par 4. Tee shot must be straight to avoid bunkers on each side, leaving mid iron to a ¾ island green with water all on the right..
#10: Position par 4. Perfect drive is right middle to very well guarded green. If tee shot is too far left, player will be blocked out reaching the green.
#11: This demanding hole is a dead straight par 4, and will not allow for a very big draw or fade off of the tee. Downhill approach to a green that plays farther than it looks. One of the hardest greens to putt on the course.
#12: Gorgeous, but treacherous par 5. Perfect drive is left middle, leaving room to hit a fairway wood to a fairly generous landing area. Elevated 2 tiered green finishes the hole. 5 is a good score here.
#13: What you see is what you get par 3. No bunkers, but trouble right of the green, stay left side and par should be no problem.
#14: Dogleg left par 4, bite off as much as you like to make it shorter. Second shot is all over water to a green you cannot miss right with hazard just right of green.
#15. This is a trust par 4. There is more room left than you can see from the tee and is the desired line. Shots that tend to go right will find hazard quickly. Approach is hybrid to mid iron, but must miss front right greenside bunker to have a chance at par.
#16: A classic par 4. A wide landing area where left middle is perfect. If you decide to cut corner on right you must make sure you clear fairway bunker and hit it far enough to reach fairway. Larger green, but one of the fastest and severe at Rosedale.
#17: long par 3 where a good missed shot is short of green and straight. Don’t miss left or right because getting a pitch or chip from the sides of this very undulating green close is a very tough task.
#18: Par 5. Desired tee shot is left middle so that you can hit the second through the chute towards the green. Any tee shot right will not allow you to hit toward the green. Approach shot is the easiest of the 3 shots on this hole, but don’t get above the pin!!