This wonderful private club dates from 1925. The very pretty golf course is an example of the subtle architecture common in ... More
Rolling Hills Golf Course
This wonderful private club dates from 1925. The very pretty golf course is an example of the subtle architecture common in the early 1900s. Rolling Hills has a sort of cumulative difficulty. There are lots of traps to avoid. The greens have lots of twists and turns, even on short putts. This course is short, so any player would be comfortable from the back tees. This is a private golf course. Only soft spikes are allowed.
From what Bob said earlier.. This course is tight. Fairways are thin so make sure your recovery game is good before you play here. Some of the holes here are wicked so if your breaking 100 on other courses expect not to. After playing I would say leave your driver in the bag on most of the holes unless your dead accurate with it.. The price is right. 20.00 after 1 on most days cart included. You can't beat that! Scenery is great.. Trees, Birds, Lakes etc and cars driving by..Well it's a neighborhood golf course that's why the fairways are tight.. I like playing here. The staff is good..
Course conditions were fair at best. Fairways were weeds and bermuda just cut real short and the roughs were just high weeds. Bunkers were full of water, and not due to rain, but irrigation being left on too long and improoper zone coverage.
Staff was not hepful and lacked any concer for players. Starter had groups going off so close together that their would 4 groups of 4 on each hole. This obviously lead to lots of tension as players had to wait or in the case of the "sixsome" behind my group just fire shots at the group in front. I had 3 balls hit within 5 yards of me and then roll past.The last straw was while setting up for a par put two balls went over the green and one landed on the green, When i confronted the group regarding there ettiquiet and overwieght seminole county towny decided to curse at me and try to start a fight with me and my seventy year old father in law. At this point, i dedcided to call it a day rather then beat jethro with my SW. When i returned the cart i stopped in the pro shop where the person working said sorry but i was not working this am and the golfer playing behind you is a "good" guy.
The pool scene was filmed at Plantation Country Club in Plantation, Florida. The pool had not been used for several years prior to filming and was considerably revamped and then filled for the production. The dinner and dancing scene was filmed at the Boca Raton Hotel and Club in Boca Raton, Florida.
The film was shot over 11 weeks during the autumn of 1979. Golf scenes were filmed at the Rolling Hills Golf Club (now the Grande Oaks Golf Club) in Davie, Florida. The explosions that take place during the climax of the film were reported at the nearby Fort Lauderdale airport by an incoming pilot, who suspected a plane had crashed. The marina scene involving Al Czervik's boat wreaking havoc upon Judge Smails's "dingy" was filmed in Biscayne Bay in Miami, FL.
Beautiful place-just went to a wedding there last week, over 100 people. The staff were professional and enviroment gorgeous. Food delicious. The wedding was perfect-thanks to Rolling Hills.They are open for lunch daily from 11-2pm
What a delightful course to play. Designed in 1926, the course complements the natural oak landscape of Central Florida's rolling hills. The condition of the course is excellent, particularly on the greens, and the hole design keeps one thinking, particularly on the back nine.
We found the restaurant food and beverage service to be superb, and friendly and, like the course, very reasonably priced. Came back several days later for a Sunday breakfast which was excellent.
Planning to play Rolling Hills often, and would suggest you consider it as well. Dave Halloran
A challenging layout that plays longer than you think. With some good elevation shots.The new owners have steped up to improve this club. The greens are always smooth and true and the course is always in great shape.The golf course has huge oak trees and pines that line the fairways allthough it is winds through a neighborhood the trees block most of that out. The down side is the first few holes that cross a street and the restaurant hours. Early afternoon players are not able to get food after their round but there are plenty of places close by. Over all the experiance is laid back and very engoyable.
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