A great opening hole. It demands a straight shot off
the tee to avoid the trees on the right. This will leave
you a mid-to-short iron approach to an elevated
two- tiered green which rolls fast from back to front.
A visually beautifull par-4. This hole doglegs right with
water and a large fairway bunker all down the right side.
Two solid shots are required to reach this putting surface
which slopes gently back to front.
A short but challenging par-4. With water
running down the entire right side, the perfect
tee shot is left center leaving a short iron to a small and
The first of Rosedale’s par-3’s asks the player to hit the
green or be faced with a difficult up and down. The greenside
mounds are very challenging to pitch from and the green
slopes aggressively from back to front.
This long par-4 offers a very generous landing area leading
to a tight approach with hazards on both sides of the green.
A par here is an excellent score.
This par-5 demands a straight tee shot to avoid the palms
on the right and water on the left. The lay-up can be
conservative or aggressive, but must be centered. The
relatively flat putting surface offers a good opportunity
This classic par-3 requires a mid-iron to an elevated
green that is well-guarded by bunkers. Select the right club
as wind can play a factor here.
A great par-5. To score well here, you must start by avoiding
the fairway bunker on the right. Your second shot must
avoid another difficult bunker on the right and water to the
left. The approach must be well gauged as the green runs
50 yards deep.
This picturesque hole plays straight. A good tee shot placed
well back from the water is ideal. The approach plays
longer than the yardage to a peninsula green.
The drive places a premium on accuracy here. Approach
shots too far left or right may be blocked to this well
This par-4 requires a straight shot from the tee. The
approach plays farther than it looks . This green is one of
the most challenging to putt on the course with it’s subtle
A very picturesque par-5. The tee shot is played from
island tees out of a shoot of trees and must be hit
straight. The lay-up can be played aggressively or
well back. The elevated green has ample break, so 5 is a
good score here.
A solidly struck mid-iron or hybrid will set you up for a shot
at birdie. Stay to the left side so chipping and putting are
much easier to a green which always runs quickly.
One of Rosedale’s prettiest holes. This slight dogleg left
requires a good fairway wood tee shot to leave a shortiron
approach over the lake to a flat putting surface. A truly
enjoyable hole to play.
There is more room left than you can see from the tee and
is the desired line. The approach to the green is a hybrid
to mid-iron. The green is relatively flat with some back to
This hole features Rosedale’s beauty and challenge.
A solid drive leaves the player past the corner for a
long approach to one of the fastest and most
severely sloped greens at Rosedale.
This long par-3 requires a straight tee shot to avoid the
bunkers and mounds surrounding the green. The green
slopes mostly from back to front with the left-side of the
green predominately lower.
This is a gem of a par-5 finishing hole. The hole winds
through the trees and opens up around the green for an
iconic finish. The second shot lay-up is very narrow and
must be struck solidly. The approach is an easy wedge to
an ample green which slopes back to front.