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Course Tour

Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club Course Tour

We have provided the Santa Rosa golf course tour below so you can acquaint yourself with the Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club golf course and we suggest some pointers on how to best play each hole.


How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole #1Hole 1 – A good par 4 opening hole. Slight dogleg right with out of bounds and water hazard to the far left. Large, relatively flat green slopes back to front.

Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
1
380
370
355
309
4
7
9

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole #2Hole 2 - Short par 5; long hitters can reach this in two shots with a well-placed drive. Large sand trap protects the wide, but shallow undulating green.

Ratings and Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
2
487
474
439
414
5
11
3

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole #3
Hole 3 - A long, uphill par 4 which often plays into a prevailing wind. The green is very deep with a very steep hump in the front left portion. Par is an excellent score here.

Ratings and Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
3
436
426
416
342
4
1
7

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole #4Hole 4 - Probably the most challenging par 3 on the course. A long, deep green slopes from back to front. When the pin is at the front, it is important to keep the ball below the hole.

Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
4
190
165
139
119
3
13
15

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole #5Hole 5 - A straightaway par 5 with out of bounds and hazard to the left and a lake on the right. A straight tee shot will set up an easy second shot. The relatively small green is usually very firm and is protected on both sides by greenside bunkers.

Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
5
535
511
480
419
5
9
1

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Cours Tour Hole #6Hole 6 - A deceptive little hole that can lull you to sleep, this short par 3 has a very large fairly flat green. A large oak guards the left side of the green and bunkers come into play on the right and in the back of the green.

Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
6
141
126
105
104
3
17
17

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole #7Hole 7 - A challenging par 4 dogleg left. Long hitters may be tempted to cut the corner, but a straight shot is the safest route. The green slopes back to front and is usually quite firm. Shots that land short of the green normally do not bounce on.

Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
7
397
387
377
322
4
3
5

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole #8Hole 8 - This uphill par 4 has a wide fairway, but any errant shots left or right will find very difficult bunkers. The large deep green slopes back to front and side to side. Be sure to keep the ball below the hole.

Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
8
424
389
333
267
4
5
11

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole #9Hole 9 - The shortest par 4 on the front side. Long hitters can usually fly the fairway bunkers that lie on both sides of the fairway. Bunkers surround this sloping green.

Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
9
365
351
342
298
4
15
13

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole #10Hole 10 - This par 4 hole often plays longer than it looks due to the very deep green. Be sure to take enough club and trust the distance. The green itself has two tiers and placement is critical. Balls above the cup can be very tricky.

Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
10
371
358
317
343
4
6
10

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole #11Hole 11 - One of the few elevated tees, this long par 5 gets narrower as you get closer to the green. Avoid the tree on the right as you approach the green. The green itself is fairly flat, but very large – be sure to take enough club to get all the way back.

Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
11
579
538
490
413
5
2
2

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole #2

Hole 12 - This par 4 has a wide fairway, but hidden bunkers lie on both sides of the landing area. The approach shot into the green plays a bit short due to the elevation change. Large bunkers guard this wide firm green.

Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
12
394
373
334
302
4
12
8

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole # 13Hole 13 -A dogleg left par 4 with two lakes on the left side. The safe route is straight toward the fairway bunker. Long hitters may be tempted to cut the corner and will be end with a short shot to a well-bunkered green. Shots that go long and left will go into a collection area.
Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
13
369
332
295
276
4
4
12

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole # 14Hole 14 - This straight tree-lined par 4 has an elevated hidden gentle sloping green. A large green side bunker guards the left side and large oaks lurk on the right.

Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
14
365
358
330
352
4
8
4

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour # 15Hole 15 - This long par 3 has a very deep three-tiered green. Club selection is critical, as short shots normally do not bounce on. A large greenside bunker on the left will grab any errant shots. Par is a great score on this hole.

Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
15
210
185
113
141
3
16
16

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole # 16Hole 16 - This short par 4 has an elevated two-tiered green. The fairway is pretty wide, but bunkers protect the right side and large trees guard the left.  Check the yardage on the approach shot because the green is much larger than it appears.

Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
16
352
317
281
304
4
14
14

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole # 17Hole 17 - This par 3 hole has a small lake on the left side, which can turn a relatively easy hole into a nightmare. Bunkers on the front right will catch those who steer too far away from the lake. Center of the green is the best choice unless you really like to gamble.
Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
17
180
147
114
114
3
18
18

How To Play The Hole

SRGCC Course Tour Hole # 18Hole 18 - A great finishing par 5 hole. Long hitters can reach the green in two shots. Out of bounds to the left make the tee shot very critical. A large fairway bunker guards the right approach to the green and green-side bunkers protect the front and back of a narrow, long green.
Ratings And Yardages

Hole #
BLACK
SILVER
GREEN
GOLD
Par
Men
Women
18
513
494
412
447
5
10
6
Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club - 333 Country Club Drive, Santa Rosa, CA 95401 Phone: (707) 546-3485
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