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Rosewood Lakes Golf Course


 Rosewood Lakes Golf Course  

Rosewood GolfRosewood Lakes Golf Course closes to the public

Reno, Nevada (June 1, 2015) — Rosewood Lakes Golf Course closed to the public this morning, as construction of Phase II of the Southeast Connector project has officially begun. Rosewood Lakes will remain closed for the remainder of the 2015 season.

City of Reno staff met with The First Tee of Northern Nevada, the contractor for Rosewood Lakes, and it was determined that the best option at this time is to close the golf course during the initial heavy construction period.

“We feel that there are safety concerns with having golfers actively cross a construction zone that is also used by heavy construction vehicles,” says Andy Bass, Director of the City of Reno’s Parks, Recreation, and Community Services department. “We also believe that the noise, dust, and movement of heavy machinery will create an unpleasant environment to play golf.”

During the closure, First Tee will complete the necessary improvements to reopen the golf course as a nine-hole public course some time next year. It is anticipated that Rosewood Lakes Golf Course will reopen in spring 2016.

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Location: From Interstate 80, take East McCarran Boulevard (Exit 19), turn right (south) on East McCarran and go 2.3 miles to Pembroke Drive. Turn left on Pembroke and go one mile to golf course entrance on the right. From U.S. 395, take Mill Street Exit (Exit 66 next to Grand Sierra Resort), go east on Mill Street one mile to Rock Boulevard. Turn right on Rock Blvd. Stay on Rock Blvd. 2.7 miles to McCarran Blvd. Cross McCarran (now on Pembroke) and go one mile to golf course entrance on the right.

Rosewood Lakes Golf Course

6800 Pembroke Drive
Reno, Nevada 89502
(775) 857-2892

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