Tradition Golf Club At Stonehouse, The, is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Toano, Virginia.
The Traditon golf course first opened for play in 1996. The course was designed by Mike Strantz.
Located just outside Williamsburg, Virginia, Stonehouse is laid over wild, tumbling hills near the York River in the Tidewater Region. When it opened in 1996, The Tradition Golf Club at Stonehouse was named "Best New Upscale Public Course in the Nation" and one of the "Top New Ten You Can Play" by Golf Magazine. Stonehouse was awarded 4 1/2 stars by Golf Digest.
The Course winds over 6,963 yards of steep forested hills, wide plateaus, and abrupt ravines. Against this backdrop, the danger of deep bunkers and long carries is balanced by the relative safety of broad fairways and enormous putting greens.
Gold tees: 6,963 yards, course ranking 75.0, slope ranking 140.
Black tees: 6,551 yards, course ranking 73.3, slope ranking 136.
White tees: 6,111 yards, course ranking 71.4, slope ranking 133.
Green tees: 5,013 yards, course ranking 69.1, slope ranking 121.
The Tradition Golf Club At Stonehouse Golf Course closed November 2017.
Guest (cart included), played on Saturday, September 2014 at 8am
This is another Mike Stantz designed course. Only thing missing is a Windmill and a Clown's Head!
Guest (cart included), played on Friday, September 2010 at 10am
The reason for the pace of play negative is that we were behind a large group that was having a semi-tournament and it ended up a 6 hour round. This is one of the best layouts and tough course that I have played in the last two months. Absolutely a wonderful venue.
$56 (cart included), played on Wednesday, October 2009 at 10am
(cart included), played on Friday, November 2006 at 10am
I've read some critical reviews about the course not being in good shape but when I was there it was tip top. I have nothing bad to say about this course, the staff, the clubhouse, the food and the golf were all outstanding! I had more fun playing this course than any I've played before. It's a big course spread out over a large area so don't even consider walking it. The fairways were the widest I'd ever seen with hills and doglegs in every direction. The greens are large and were lightning fast when I played there. The final four holes are memorable and challenging. If you ask me this is a must play when your in the Williamsburg area.
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