Rolling Acres Golf Course first opened for play in 1960. The courses were designed by James Harrison and Ferdinand Garbin.
The North and South courses are the original designs and are longer and more rolling. There is water, trees, sand bunkers and grass bunkers coming into play on all three nines. The fairways are narrow, and the greens are fast. The West Course was added in the 1980's and is the shortest and tightest of the three. The signature hole is #5 on the South Course, a 472-yard, par 5, requiring a shot over water to a small green.
South Nine plays to a par-37. White tees: 3,368 yards, Gold tees: 3,177 yards, Red tees: 2,873 yards.
North Nine plays to a par-36. White tees: 3,208 yards, Gold tees: 2,964 yards, Red tees: 2,733 yards.
West Nine plays to a par-35. White tees: 2,864 yards, Gold tees: 2,528 yards, Red tees: 2,353 yards.
$26 (cart included), played on Tuesday, August 2012 at 6am
Well maintained. Nice looks and some real tight holes but generally reasonable landing areas. Quite satisfied with my experience there. Some blind shots because of the hills and elevations present.
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