Eagle Ridge Golf Course

Eagle Ridge Golf Course

Course Overview

Par: 72
ACR: 71
Length (m): 6047
Architect: Phil Ryan
Design Year: 1995
Top 100: Not ranked
Eagle Ridge Golf Course is a public golf course offering a wide range of playing times 7 days per week. Contact either Eagle Ridge Golf Course or GOLFSelect for more information.

Eagle Ridge is set on the spectacular Mornington Peninsula, a short 70 minute drive from the centre of Melbourne.

Ranked as one of the top 25 public access courses in Australia, the course welcomes all golfers and offers memberships (corporate and individual) as well as excellent facilities to cater for corporate golf events.

The golf course is an ideal layout for all standards of golfers and the well manicured fairways, aesthetically pleasing garden beds and surrounds combined with exceptional service levels ensure a memorable golfing experience.

Eagle Ridge is also a perfect venue for functions and weddings and its colonial style clubhouse forms a perfect backdrop to any corporate or private function.

Address and Contact Details

Eagle Ridge Golf Course
Browns Road
Rosebud, Victoria, 3939
Australia
Tel: 03-5988 6341
Pro: 03-5988-6341
Fax: 03-5988-6033
Email:
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Course Wallpaper Images

All wallpaper images by Gary Lisbon Golf Photography.

Note: If your golf club is interested in Gary undertaking a photo shoot of your course then please contact him personally on +61-3-9563-6776 or complete our enquiry form.

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Course Playing Tips

Hole 1, Par 4 (305 m)
A gentle opener, avoid the fairway bunkers on the left and lay up short of the bunker in front of the green with your tee shot. This will leave you with a short approach to a narrow but flat green.

Hole 2, Par 4 (359 m)
A hole to be played strategically. To carry the water from the back tees is an enormous hit, but the lake can be taken on from the front tees by the long hitter. Lay up short of the water leaving a mid to high iron to a well-bunkered green. If you miss the green, miss it right

Hole 3, Par 4 (397 m)
I advise the average player to use 3 shots to get to the green as out of bounds and trees on the right create danger from the tee. A slightly downhill shot to the green with a mid to long iron will then leave you a short pitch.

Hole 4, Par 4 (382 m)
A blind tee shot that requires accuracy. Upon reaching the crest of the hill, it is all-downhill from here. A mishit shot can often run onto the green, which is guarded, by a bunker on each side.

Hole 5, Par 4 (345 m)
This medium length par 4 is a dog-leg right. Avoid the deep fairway bunkers left and right with a fairway wood or long iron off the tee and you will get a look at the green. A medium iron should be enough from here.

Hole 6, Par 3 (170 m)
The first of a challenging set of par 3’s. Due to the hollow between tee and green this hole often plays a little longer than it looks. Picturesque with a rural backdrop it is always nice to hit the green here.

Hole 7, Par 5 (483 m)
A slight double dog-leg. Once you are past the fairway bunkers from the tee, it doesn’t get any easier. A narrow tree lined “shute” is to be negotiated with the second shot. Two large bunkers at the front and one at the back left guard a wide green.

Hole 8, Par 3 (155 m)
A beautiful vista. While looking down at the green from an elevated tee, it is easy to get lost in the colourful landscape of this hole and forget about the six deep bunkers surrounding the green. A tee shot finding the green is a satisfying reward in itself.

Hole 9, Par 5 (443 m)
This short par 5 is not necessarily a pushover. Fairway bunkers and a lake guard the right side of the hole. Fairway bunkers on the left catch many stray second shots. A short approach for the third shot is required to a well bunkered green.

Hole 10, Par 4 (422 m)
From the back tee, this hole is a monster. The longest par 4 on the course, to par here is a great achievement. The second shot is uphill to a narrow, double tiered green that is framed by three bunkers. Running your shot onto this green could prove quite difficult.

Hole 11, Par 3 (153 m)
This beautiful hole contains many features including extensive landscaping with a waterfall and water carry to the green. A bunker and lake left of the green and scenic rural views in the distance make this one of the prettiest par threes you will play. The undulating green is the place to be but if you miss make it to the right.

Hole 12, Par 4 (365 m)
A small water carry from the tee to the flat fairway below. Avoid the fairway bunker leaving yourself a mid iron second shot. Make sure you have enough club in hand as most shots to the green are left short.

Hole 13, Par 4 (272 m)
This short par 4 is reachable from the tee for the long hitter but it is a difficult green to access. Avoid the deep fairway bunker on the left and play short of the greenside bunkers from the tee. This will leave short pitch to a reverse ‘L’ shaped green.

Hole 14, Par 4 (352 m)
Extensive landscaping of this tee system makes it a pleasure to hit from. Water trouble on the left and bunker trouble on the right makes for accuracy required from the tee. Out of bounds is not far behind the green while bunkers at the front and left of the green are to be avoided. There is a wetlands area right of the green.

Hole 15, Par 4 (349 m)
The wetlands in front of the tee should be easily carried. A fairway bunker on the right and out of bounds on the left demand an accurate tee shot on the right to left sloping fairway. The second shot, usually with a mid to high iron, must be spot on to avoid the four bunkers around the green.

Hole 16, Par 5 (445 m)
Ten bunkers on this hole are readily awaiting the golfer of all standards. It is a short but straight and narrow par 5 that is heavily treed along the right and out of bounds all the way along the left of the hole. The pot bunker on the right of the fairway catches many second shots. Beware the three bunkers behind the green.

Hole 17, Par 3 (204 m)
The last of the par 3’s. This par 3 is long but not extremely difficult. Although flat terrain all the way, the island of rough in front of the green catches the running ball. A bunker each side of the green catches the errant tee shot.

Hole 18, Par 5 (515 m)
A double tiered fairway, bunker and water hazards makes this an exciting finishing hole. A drive to the furthest point of the fairway top tier gives the golfer a good look at what lies ahead and below. Cross bunkers some 40-50m in front of the green must be carried by those trying to reach the green in two. If laying up short of these bunkers, only a short iron is required to reach the green in three. Beware the water left and behind the green and the deep bunker on the right. A par here will leave you walking off with a smile on your face.

Course Dress Regulations

Gentlemen

  • Shirts - Must be collared i.e. Golf shirt, polo shirt
  • Pants/Shorts - Tailored
  • Socks - Knee high or predominantly white sports socks
  • Shoes - Soft spikes or sports shoes (no golf sandals)
  • Dress is to be neat and tidy at all times
  • No denim, no tracksuits, no t-shirts, no singlets

Ladies

  • Shirts - Must be collared i.e. Golf shirt, polo shirt
  • Pants/Shorts - Tailored - Shorts mid thigh
  • Skirts - Dress skirt - Mid thigh
  • Socks - Knee high or predominantly white sports socks
  • Shoes - Soft spikes or sports shoes (No golf sandals)
  • Dress is to be neat & tidy at all times
  • No denim, no tracksuits, no t-shirts, no singlets or visible midriffs
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