Roseland Golf Course is designed by the world-renowned golf course architect Donald Ross who transformed the North American golf course landscape with ideas from his native land in Scotland. Ross designed and oversaw the development 413 courses, including Roseland in Windsor, Ontario. The Roseland Golf Course was designed by Ross in 1926 and remains true to its original 18 hole layout and has since been designated a heritage site.
Roseland is one of ten Donald Ross designed courses in Canada and is Canada’s only municipally owned course. The original design features original back-to- front multi tier greens with no resemblance to each green, 84 original bunkers, original water holes and measures 5398 yards to 6943 yards. In addition to the pristine conditioned Ross championship course, Roseland offers a “shortie” par three course and a practice range on property.
Roseland is conveniently located in the heart of the City and just minutes from all amenities including, shopping, casino, hotels, restaurants, parks, waterfront and more. Roseland is a must play for any golf enthusiast and a true bucket list golf experience.