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SRG&CC Golf Course Description

Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club was originally founded in 1916 on the east side of Santa Rosa by a group of local golfers with the shared vision for a great golf experience. In 1959, the Club was relocated to its present day location and Jack Fleming, a protégé of Alistair Mackenzie, was retained to design the outstanding layout. In 1997, the course was renovated and restored by the Nickels Golf Group.

The 18-hole par 72 course at the Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club is 6,712 yards from the championship tees. The beautiful parkland golf course is walkable and is designed to be enjoyed by players of all levels of skill, age and experience. The extensive golf practice facility includes a driving range, two putting/chipping greens, as well as a 100 yard practice hole complete with bunkers. There are PGA professionals on hand for lessons.

Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club Course Aerial View

Santa Rosa Golf Tournaments

Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club is home to the annual Sonoma State University Collegiate Invitational and has hosted several USGA qualifying events. Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club is also home to the Nordby Tournament and other tournaments benefiting local nonprofits including the Vintage Crush Invitational Tournament.

Ratings and Yardages

BLACK
COMBO
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
MEN
71.8/129
70.9/127
69.9/124
67.8/118
64.8/111
YARDAGE
6711
6512
6307
5816
5152
WOMEN
72.1/122
68.4/114

Course Records

Men:

63 Jarin Todd
Eric Justesen
Tom Costello (original course layout)

Women:

69 Pam Palmieri

 

 

Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club Course Description