Stonewater Golf Club opened for play in 1996. The course was designed by the team of Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry.
Stonewater occupies 180 acres of Ohio topography. The course is appropriate for all skill levels. The back nine was cut out of the natural woods, and the ponds, creeks and tee boxes are all rock lined, which is the course's signature. Water hazards, such as wetlands, ponds and creeks come into play on sixteen holes. The greens are large, fast and generously undulating.
Among the notable holes on the front side is #3, a 201-yard, par 3, which carries water almost the entire route. Sand awaits on the left side for players who lose their nerve on the downswing.
The most difficult hole on the back nine is #13, a 625-yard, par 5, that features two wetland areas that push out from the rough into the playing area. Balls coming to rest in wetland areas are considered lost and players are prohibited from entering. Both sides of the hole are tree lined.
The course plays to a par-71 and measures 7,061 yaards from the back tees and 4,952 yards from the forward tees.
Member (cart included), played on Tuesday, May 2013 at 6pm
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