Rosa - Poland

Rosa Golf Club,
Rolnicza 1,
42-274 Konopiska,

  • .+48 (0) 34 329 93 63

  • Ewa Janecka

  • Hans-Georg Erhardt

  • Alfred Kos

The city of Czestochowa in the south of Poland is a place of pilgrimage for many Christians who come to pay homage at the Jasna Gora Monastery, a famous shrine to the Virgin Mary, which houses the Black Madonna painting. To the south west of the city, Rosa Golf Club has also received a steady stream of (probably less religious) visiting golfers since it first opened its doors in 2005.

Designed by architect Hans-Georg Erhardt, the course at Rosa was built to exacting USGA specification on a largely flat, uninteresting landscape. To create some movement across this dull terrain, over a million cubic metres of soil was shifted during construction, creating a series of small, interconnected lakes which now irrigate the layout.

Feature holes here include a couple of short par fours on the front nine, at the 330-metre 2nd and 332-metre 5th, both of which dogleg left from tee to green. On the inward half, water protects the putting surface at the 192-metre 14th and 172-metre 17th as the green for each of these par three holes lies on the other side of small, intimidating lakes.
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Description: Architect Hans-Georg Erhardt moved 1,000,000 cubic metres of earth to build Rosa Golf Club. It may not be the most natural golf course but it’s certainly exciting. Rating: 5.5 out of 6 Reviews: 2
This Course is in exceptional condition and no expense has been spared in laying down the course. It would be a credit to golf if it were in any country in the world. The ground is unremarkable but the course is great fun and inviting. They have spent a fortune and created a tour standard course with more than a few thrills and spills from a blank canvas. A bit like the Belfry or the Oxfordshire or Machynys or Carton House. If you are flying in to Katowice or Krakow and fancy a bargain round of Golf at a 5 star facility then this should be worth seeking out. You will leave with a smile on your face. It is a course that wants you to enjoy your golf. Only good play will return a score. I will be back for sure in the spring hopefully with a few of my friends from London. JCB LAY
November 03, 2013
5 / 6
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March 23, 2015
This is without a doubt best golf course in Poland, designed by Hans-Georg Erhardt (famous GC Fontana designer). Rosa was built with philosophy that cost doesn’t matter. Everything is perfect, greens 700m2 USGA standard, 14 hectares of water, beautiful shaping and flawless conditions. 1,000.000 m3 of ground was moved to build this course. There is everything on this golf course; you’ve got long holes where you need a bomb, technical holes where you need to hit the fairway. It’s a great challenge and a pleasure for every handicap golfer.
What can i say , Best of the Best in the world, i've played many courses in the world and this is superior to all of them . Recently called by many who played here Polish Augusta. If You're in Poland and You like golf , You HAVE TO play here.
January 02, 2008
6 / 6
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