Rosewood CordeValle completes 3-year restoration project

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Rosewood CordeValle golf course

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Rosewood CordeValle recently completed a three-year project to restore the course and its landscape to its original form.

Nestled in the countryside of San Martin, Calif., just 30 minutes south of San Jose, Calif., Rosewood CordeValle features a 260-acre, 18-hole championship golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. Since its opening, the course has received critical acclaim.

The course features unobstructed views on its 7,360-yard, par 72 golf course that makes use of its location at the foothills of Santa Cruz Mountains.

Rosewood CordeValle

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“Rosewood CordeValle is thrilled to unveil our newly resurfaced course, which provides our members and guests with a world-class golf experience on fully-refreshed, premium greens with the personalized service Rosewood CordeValle is known for,” said Luca Rutigliano, managing director of Rosewood CordeValle. “We pride ourselves on offering a singular golf experience that includes special services, amenities and equipment, and will only be elevated with the unveiling of our refreshed greens.”

Rosewood CordeValle

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“We are thrilled to unveil the updated course, which includes careful landscaping and the installation of premium-quality turf that has restored the course to its original glory from its inauguration in 1999,” said Bruce Charlton, president and chief design officer at Robert Trent Jones II LLC, who oversaw the resurfacing project.

The course upgrades include re-leveled driving range and tee complexes, higher-quality turf, resurfaced complexes across all 18 greens and sculpted contours.

Rosewood CordeValle

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Rosewood CordeValle

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