Hole 1 (Par 4, 8 Handicap)

Rose Tee 359 / Black 337 / Blue 324 / White 300

This opening par 4 offers a generous fairway, well suited to accommodate any first-hole jitters. The tee box sits between hills of flowing fescue. Long hitters may reach the water on the left that cannot be seen from the tee.

Hole 2 (Par 4, 14 Handicap)

Rose Tee 325 / Black 310 / Blue 267 / White 232

Short par 4 with intimidating shot from the back tees. Dodge the eight bunkers on this hole to give yourself a great chance at birdie. This is the most bunkers on one single hole on the golf course.

Hole 3 (Par 3, 18 Handicap)

Rose Tee 151 / Black 136 / Blue 122 / White 103

Shortest of the Par 3’s. Three bunkers surround the green to catch errant shots. An excellent birdie opportunity if your ball ends up in the right section where the pin is. A roll divides this green into three tiers.

Hole 4 (Par 5, 16 Handicap)

Rose Tee 497 / Black 480 / Blue 443 / White 413

First of the tree shoot holes. Drive the ball down the middle of the fairway to avoid the high canopy tree line that flank both sides of the fairway. A strategically placed fairway bunker that lies 50 yards short allows you the opportunity to have your ball roll onto the putting surface if you can clear it.

Hole 5 (Par 4, 4 Handicap)

Rose Tee 383 / Black 367 / Blue 336 / White 313

This uphill par 4 can be a blind tee shot if the golf ball goes far enough. Careful about the water on the right that neighbors the putting green. No bunkers are necessary to protect this green. A mound in the middle of it makes putting challenging enough.

Hole 6 (Par 5, 12 Handicap)

Rose Tee 519 / Black 502 / Blue 475 / White 438

For the right-handed golfer. A slight fade is the ideal tee shot on hole 6. The fairway kicks tee shots from right to left due to the terrain. Avoid the fescue mound 50 yards short of the green to have a good line to the pin. Two bunkers guard the bottom right section of the green. Behind the putting surface balls will fall off into the woods.

Hole 7 (Par 3, 6 Handicap)

Rose Tee 194 / Black 178 / Blue 145 / White 124

This is a Reverse Redan style par 3. A healthy tee shot is needed for this undulated green tucked in front of the tree line. A deep ridge cutting through the first third of the green makes it a tough putt if you are on the opposite side.

Hole 8 (Par 4, 2 Handicap)

Rose Tee 425 / Black 410 / Blue 369 / White 341

Hole 9 (Par 3, 10 Handicap)

Rose Tee 168 / Black 150 / Blue 126 / White 118

A visually stunning feature hole here at The Rose. Fescue and trees surround you as you attempt to hit close to the pin. Make sure to clear the water in front, dodge the bunker that wraps around the back left side of the green and stay short of the woods that lurk behind. There is some bail out room to the right of the green. Fan favorite hole here!

Hole 10 (Par 5, 17 Handicap)

Rose Tee 465 / Black 450 / Blue 415 / White 391

A beautiful risk reward hole to start the back nine. A great drive puts you in position to go for the elevated green in two. Clear the water and steep hill in front of the green. An alternate route is to follow the fairway and have a wedge into the green for your third shot.

Hole 11 (Par 3, 9 Handicap)

Rose Tee 218 / Black 208 / Blue 182 / White 145

Longest Par 3 on the course. An uphill tee shot to a green that has a left of center bunker strategically placed to make you play over or to either side of it. Take your par and run!

Hole 12 (Par 4, 3 Handicap)

Rose Tee 438 / Black 428 / Blue 390 / White 335

A scenic par 4 that requires two great shots to get on the green. Fescue flows to your left followed by a big pond. A fairway bunker on the right-side sneaks in to grab tee shots that leak out.

Hole 13 (Par 4, 15 Handicap)

Rose Tee 348 / Black 319 / Blue 296 / White 265

A shorter par 4 that makes you strategize on how to deal with the left fairway bunker that cuts into the landing zone. In the right conditions, you should be able to roll the ball up the left side and onto the putting surface.

Hole 14 (Par 14, 11 Handicap)

Rose Tee 555 / Black 537 / Blue 482 / White 436

Longest hole on the property. Straight down the runway. Three elevated bunkers side by side make you ponder whether to lay up short and have a mid-iron shot. The other option is to clear the bunkers in a fairway section just short of a small creek that runs perpendicular to the hole.

Hole 15 (Par 3, 13 Handicap)

Rose Tee 197 / Black 149 / Blue 130 / White 115

Yes, that is the green, not the fairway! 17,000 Square foot Biarritz style green. This has a deep valley in the middle of the green. The right club selection is key on this hole. Ending up on the correct section of this putting surface makes birdie a lot more realistic.

Hole 16 (Par 4, 1 Handicap)

Rose Tee 456 / Black 375 / Blue 365 / White 338

Tough hole. Great hole. 16 dog legs to the right. Careful of the water that starts at the fairway turn and guards the left side of the green. A great drive and long second shot are required to make it to the pin. Par is a great score here.

Hole 17 (Par 4, 7 Handicap)

Rose Tee 394 / Black 380 / Blue 347 / White 310

A fairway bunker on the left side makes the landing area narrower. Ending up in the bunker short of the green leaves you with one of the toughest shots in the game. A 30–40-yard bunker shot. The closely mown fringe around the green allows you to get creative with your short game and funnels golf balls to the green. A big mound on the right side of the green affect’s putts.

Hole 18 (Par 4, 5 Handicap)

Rose Tee 417 / Black 404 / Blue 370 / White 327

Finish strong! 18 is a healthy, straight down the middle tee shot from the highest point on the property. Stay clear of the two fairway bunkers on the right side. Hit the green to eliminate the four bunkers that guard the middle/left side of the putting green. A big spine in the middle of this green makes it a challenging last chance at birdie.