Rosebud Country Club

Rosebud Country Club is a championship, 36 hole golf facility offering quality couch fairways and bent grass greens. With bore water supplies, automatic watering systems and sand-belt drainage, the course is pleasantly playable all year round. Established in 1962, the Club has hosted the Australian and Victorian PGA championships and qualifying for the Australian Open. It is popular with both social and seasoned players. One particular design feature is the central location of tees on the 1st & 10th, 9th & 18th greens, enabling a varied combination of nines to be played on successive days. Both courses are attractive and undulating with established trees and a meandering creek, this presents challanges without being too physically demanding.