Stone Creek Golf Club first opened for play in 1998. The course was designed by Ralph Emerson, Jim Resch and Scott Mattson.
Stone Creek Golf Club is a southern marshland layout. There is not a lot of elevation in the design. The course is spread over three miles from the first hole to the last. The greens are fairly undulating, and the fairways are very open because of the lack of trees on the course. Water comes into play on six holes in the form of ponds and creeks. There are only four out-of-bounds areas, which consist of swampland.
Stone Creek Golf Club plays to a 9-hole par of 36 and a maximum 9-hole distance of 3,161 yards. The course rating is 35.0 and the slope rating is 123.
The signature hole at Stone Creek Golf Club is #7, a 424-yard, par 4, which has an out-of-bounds area to the right. The hole has an hourglass design, becoming narrow at about 150 yards out. Water and marshlands comes into play in this area. The green is small with a bunker on the left and in the front.
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