Roseland Golf and Curling Club Survey
Windsor’s Roseland Golf and Curling Club is looking for feedback that will help the City-owned facility continue to grow and thrive once COVID-19 closure restrictions are lifted.
Roseland’s management and the board of directors have partnered with Global Golf Advisors (GGA) on a community survey that will provide insights into the usage and perception of Roseland Golf and Curling Club.
The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and can be accessed here:
The answers given in the survey are anonymous, and all results will be provided to Roseland in an aggregate format by GGA Partners.
Along with multiple-choice questions, there are also comment boxes in the survey, so please provide your candid and honest responses.
The results of the survey will be summarized for review by management and the board to help identify new opportunities and ensure the club is operating effectively.
Windsor’s full-service recreation facility is owned by the City of Windsor and comprised of an 18-hole championship Donald Ross golf course, a challenging 9-hole par 3 and a 6-sheet curling rink. The facility can accommodate a wide range of specialty events with a capacity of up to 200 guests, including banquets, tournaments, showers, parties, seminars and casual dining, all under one roof.
For more information about Roseland, visit their website, roselandgolfandcurlingclub.ca.