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Roseburg Country Club - Hole #1
Par 4 • 351/333/300 Yards
Possibly the most difficult driving hole on the golf course. Trees line both the left and right side of this short Par 4.
If you can manage to put your ball in the fairway, a wedge second shot should put you in position to make par.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #2
Par 4 • 380/366/336 Yards
Trouble on the right side of this Par 4 directs you to play the left side of the fairway. Once in the fairway, the second shot can play severely up hill depending upon how long you hit your tee shot.
A successful approach shot to a relatively flat green should leave you in position to make par.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #3
Par 4 • 331/309/294 Yards
Bunkers guard both the fairway and the green on this short Par 4.
A good drive will leave you just a short wedge to a well-protected pin.Controlling your distance on your approach shot is a must with a large mound running through the middle of this green.
If you don’t put your ball in the right location on this green, it will be a challenge to walk away with par.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #4
Par 4 • 359/332/306 Yards
Good players will try and cut the corner on this severe dog-leg left Par 4.
Once again a good drive will leave you just a wedge to a severely sloped green. Your approach shot must be played left of the hole if you want to make birdie or even save par.
An approach shot to the right of the hole location will leave a very difficult two putt.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #5
Par 4 • 413/388/355 Yards
The longest Par 4 on the back nine. This hole requires a solid tee shot and a precise second shot.
Bunkers guard the front left, back left and the entire right side of this green. It can be very difficult to find the green with your second shot here and even if you do, the green is not easy with the green being separated right to left with a large slope running from front to back.
Par here is a good score.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #6
Par 3 • 180/142/107 Yards
Water guards the right side of this green and a large tree protects the left side.
The green is very large and slopes from back to front.
If you can manage to put your ball on the green you should be able to make par.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #7
Par 4 • 428/395/337 Yards
Perhaps the most difficult hole on the golf course.
This dog-leg right hole requires a long and precise tee shot with a water hazard running down the right side and bunkers protecting the left side.
Long hitters will also need to be careful as driving the ball through the fairway and into the water hazard is also a possibility. Once in the fairway, the second shot plays up hill to a very small green that slopes from left to right. If you can walk away with a par on this hole, you have accomplished a lot.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #8
Par 5 • 517/506/433 Yards
This downhill dog leg right Par 5 is a great chance to make birdie.
Long hitters will try to reach the green in two but will have to be careful of the water hazard that protects the left side of this green.
For those players who lay up, the third shot can be challenging especially when the pin is located in the back left corner of the green.
Most players should make par here, and if they manage their game properly they will make a birdie.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #9
Par 4 • 375/334/300 Yards
A great finishing hole!
Bunkers guard the right side of this fairway and two water hazards protect the left side.
An accurate tee shot is a must here if the player expects to make par.
The second shot is especially challenging when the pin is on the back right shelf of this green.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #10
Par 5 • 510/495/418 Yds
A large water hazard protects the left side of this dog-leg left Par 5.
A solid tee shot and a good second shot will leave most players with a wedge for their third shot.
If you can manage to control your distance with your approach shot you should have a relatively flat putt for your birdie.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #11
Par 3 • 214/191/150 Yds
The most difficult Par 3 on the golf course and maybe in all of Southern Oregon.
With a water hazard lining the front left part of this green and trees running along the right side, it is very difficult to find the green with your tee shot. If you miss the green, controlling the distance on your chip shot can also be very difficult with the green running away from you more than it seems.
Par is a very good score here.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #12
Par 4 • 333/328/318 Yds
The second shot on Hole #12 is perhaps the most demanding wedge shot you will hit during your round.
The green is one of our original greens from 1922 and slopes severely from back to front. You will need to leave your approach shot short and left of the hole location if you want to have any chance of making par.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #13
Par 4 • 417/401/345 Yds
The longest Par 4 on the golf course.
This demanding hole requires not only an accurate tee shot but also a well-played second shot. Long hitters will try to carry the fairway bunker that guards the left side of this fairway, while shorter hitters will simply try to play to the right of it.
More than likely, the second shot will be played with a mid-iron and is especially difficult when the pin is located in the back right portion of the green. Once again, par is a very good score here.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #14
Par 4 • 346/328/315 Yds
This severe dog-leg left Par 4 calls for a right-to-left tee shot that will maximize distance by rolling down hill towards the green.
You will need to be careful because a tee shot that goes too far might find a fairway bunker that sits between the landing area and the green.
A short second shot should leave you with a pretty good chance at birdie.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #15
Par 4 • 352343/305 Yds
This up hill dog-leg left Par 4 should offer the player another chance at birdie.
A tee shot played to the left side of the fairway will leave a short-iron second shot to a green that is halved by a slope that runs from the back to the front of the green.
Most players will want to avoid the two trees that guard both the front left and front right of this green. After successfully managing your approach shot, the green can be difficult to read.
Still, a well-played tee shot and a well-managed second shot should leave the player a chance at birdie.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #16
Par 4 • 295/279/268 Yds
Long hitters will try to reach the green with their tee shot, but will need to avoid the water hazard that protects the front-left portion of this green.
Fairway bunkers also protect the right side of the fairway making the tee shot on #16 a demanding one. For those who can’t reach the green, the second shot should be with a short wedge to a green that is very deep and slopes from back to front.
This should be a good chance at birdie.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #17
Par 3 • 192/172/165 Yds
A nice Par 3 with a bunker that protects the front portion of this green.
The green itself is a tremendous challenge with basically three different greens in one. You will want to try to leave your tee shot in the right section of the green to have your best chance at two putting for your par.
Roseburg Country Club - Hole #18
Par 5 • 537/502/466 Yds
This downhill, dog-leg left Par 5 is very scenic and very playable at the same time. Most players will be playing a wedge for their third shot that can be the most demanding when the pin is located on the back-left corner of the green over the top of the water.
A well-executed third shot and a solid putt just might allow you to end your round with a birdie.