Rosewood Lakes Golf Course
Rosewood Lakes Golf Course features an exciting venue for golf while providing golfers a spectacular view of nature.
Built in 1991, the 18-hole public course was designed by Brad Benz. Generous greens create the layout of the course as well as the berm fairways. Players of all skill levels may find it difficult at some hole but it is still playable. Water hazards and bunkers makes the play challenging.
Apart from the scenic view that the course offers, golfers are also visited with abundant waterfowl. The course has been home of the native wildlife and it is currently a member of USGA'S Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program. The par 72 course features four set of tees with 6,669 yardages from the longest tee, a slope rating of 141 and a course rating of 74.8.
The course also welcomes golfers who has disabilities and allow them to play a game. There are carts that they can use which was donated to Rosewood Lakes Golf Course. The Disabled Sports USA Far West donated two single-rider accessible golf carts while Fred and Judy Alexander Foundation donated an adaptive hitting chair and automatic tee. The carts are free of charge.
Driving range and putting greens are available for golfers who want to practice.