Santa Rosa Golf & Beach Club’s

2021 Course Renovation

Santa Rosa Golf & Beach Club completed their multi-million-dollar course renovation in late October of 2021. Bergin Golf Designs lead this milestone project.

Bergin Golf Designs is led by Bill Bergin, whose background in the golf industry is distinct. Bergin played the world’s best golf courses as a touring professional, gained an understanding of club operations and the ability of the everyday player as a teaching professional, and acquired technical design experience under the guidance of noted designer Bob Cupp. Since founding Bergin Golf Designs in 1994, Bergin has combined his strategic instincts and design experience with a dedication to detail in project management. Bergin Golf Designs has been involved in the planning and design of over 70 golf course projects, including more than 50 under his own banner.

Santa Rosa Golf & Beach Club’s new design is challenging for the most skilled golfers, yet fun and friendly for the recreational player. Greens complexes  offer a wide variety of options for recovery and boast ample playing areas.

The new design added about an acre to the current greens complexes which allowed for more hole locations and a more dispersed traffic pattern. In addition, the short game skills will frequently be on display. The renovation project took about ten months to complete.

This included construction and growth time for all 18 holes. 

The club’s new short game area which opened up in the fall of 2019 was also designed by Bergin Golf Designs. The short game area highly complements the upcoming course renovation with a 6,200 square foot green complex, two bunkers and the ability to hit both pitch and chip shots. One of the fastest growing trends in successful clubs around the country, short game facilities provide a place for practice and training that ultimately leads to more prepared golfers and improved scores on the course.

Learn more about Bergin Golf Designs at www.bergingolf.com.

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