Rosebud Country Club really is a hidden gem for golf on the Mornington Peninsula. Situated just over a 1 hour drive from Melbourne on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula, Rosebud Country Club offers a first-class experience to golfers of all abilities.
Rosebud Country Club has recently engaged world renowned architects, Ogilvy Clayton Cocking Mead Golf Course Design (OCCM) to further improve both 18 hole courses, with the North course currently ranked at #69 on Golf Australia’s Top 100 public access courses, released in January 2019. The club also offers premium driving range and practice facilities, a fully stocked Pro-shop and modern clubhouse delivering breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week with a strong focus on local Mornington Peninsula wine and produce. There is on-site accommodation at Fairways Resort, which offers 39 generously sized guest rooms, which can be tailored to suit groups of any size.
Rosebud Country Club was the host of the 1976 Australian PGA Championship.
The North Course
The North course ranked at #69 in Golf Australia’s Top 100 Public Access Courses, it stretches to 6,160 metres off the men’s blue tees, playing to a par of 71 and with a Slope of 126. Ladies benefit from an extra shot on the 17th, the toughest hole on the course for the men.
The South Course
The South course measures 5,973 metres off the men’s blue tees, playing to a par of 72 for both men and ladies with a Slope of 124.
Some may find the South golf course fractionally easier, though there is little to separate the two and both thrill members and first-time visitors with their golfing challenge and immaculate appearance. The club has access to a constant supply of water, thereby ensuring the high quality year-round presentation of both courses.