Roserrow Golf and Country Club
Roserrow, St. Minver,
Wadebridge, Cornwall PL27 6QT
Tel : +44 (0)1208 863000 Fax : +44 (0)1208 863002

Wander upstairs in the Clubhouse and discover the culinary delights of Greens, open throughout the day for your convenience and serving the finest food in comfortably rustic surroundings.

Linger over a morning coffee breakfast croissant, enjoy a relaxing mid-afternoon cream tea or dine in style on the best of Cornwall's seafood.

Also housed within the Clubhouse, the Roserrow Sport & Leisurewear shop offers the latest in superior quality designer clothing for all, together with golfing hardware and accessories. Fitness enthusiasts are catered for with designer brands of clothing and footwear suitable for the gymnasium or swimming pool, also providing tennis outfits, trainers, sports equipment and shoes.


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Course Details

Course Name: Roserrow Holes: Yardage: SSS:
The spectacular greens of the ninth and eighteenth are overlooked by the superb Clubhouse, where a warm welcome awaits player and non-player alike. The Roserrow Golf Club also features a nine hole green for practise and competition, and a driving range with computerised swing analysis studio.

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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Reader Comments / Reviews Leave a comment
  • Canadian owner?

    Lynn wrote on: Jul 20, 2012

    Does anyone know what happened to Canadian owner Randy Sohnchen? I thought he bought the golf course in 2010, but it looks like he doesn't own it anymore? Anyone know what happened and who owns it today?


  • RE: Europe Golf courses reviews Ian Brown 9/00

    matthew winzor wrote on: Jul 13, 2004

    dear sir,
    i would just like to say how much i enjoyed reading your review about rosarow golf club. i am a member there and fully agree with everything you said, its nice to see someone appreciating the course for its natural beauty and its degree of difficuilty. thanks again.
    matthew winzor


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Douglas Maclean 05/01

    Douglas Maclean wrote on: Apr 30, 2001

    From the picture in the brochure the course appears fairly flat and bland but I can tell you it is anything but. This is by far one of the nicest courses I have played in a while and the clubhouse overlooking the 9th and the 18th green adds to the overall charm. The course is fairly new and as a result the trees that are growing will make the course even better in time to come.
    The course opens up with a few fairly plain (yet tough) par 4's and a par five. The tough part is that the greens are fairly firm and as a result difficult to get the ball to hold so instead requires some links-style play in the form of the bump and run shot, but should add that the putting surface is very good. Then come some wonderful holes and due to the undulating nature of the ground many blind tee shots and approach shots which do not always need to be approached using a driver and at times accuracy can be far better than distance.
    Some of the holes have a sea view and the rest have all their own appeal. Some of the more memorable holes are the Par 5 6th with its narrow sloping fairway (all about accuracy), the Par 3 7th with its double tiered green, the par 4 10th all downhill to the flag, and probably one of the more difficult holes me, and my fellow partners have played, as the scores on the hole testifies the par 4 14th a wonderfully designed hole.
    The golf course provided some wonderful rounds of golf and will only get better as it gets older. I would highly recommend the course and it was also quite reasonable.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Ian Brown 9/00

    Ian Brown wrote on: Aug 31, 2000

    One of the best new courses I have played over the last few years. An unpretty first hole is followed by 17 superbly designed holes with great views. The front 9 is reasonably open but the back 9 has some very tight holes, especially the 14th which is best attacked with 2 long irons. The 10th is best played with an iron from the tee followed by a short iron down to a green way below your feet. The 17th is a brilliantly designed hole that is banana shaped but has a tree placed in front of the left half of the
    green if you try to cut too much off with your drive. The par 3's are all varied, different lengths and directions. I would highly recommend a visit.