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Juniper M.
Report | 13 days ago
Everyone was so nice and helpful. Great course! Great experience!
Raymond A.
Report | 4 months ago
You can't beat the price - very nice staff, the course is ok for the price.
Vince T.
Report | 6 months ago
Great course. Excellent groupon
J.E. T.
Report | 7 months ago
It's casual golf - relax, let those playing faster play though. Some greens are stressed, but a good day all around.
Wendy P.
Report | 8 months ago
Love this place! We enjoy it so much and staff are very friendly!! ;)
Billy C.
Report | 8 months ago
Touch up on your short game
David A M.
Report | 11 months ago
Not a country club but enjoyable
Landon K.
Report | a year ago
They are very friendly and easy to deal with. I will be back
Report | a year ago
the greens are in pretty rough shape
jason p.
Report | a year ago
Great deal

From Our Editors

A plethora of water hazards designed by course architect Walter Denzer challenges golfers as they swing through Stone Gate Golf Course's 18 holes. Denzer crafted the front nine to form a regulation par 36 course, and made the back nine into an executive par 3 course. Across both nines, he peppered a glut of ponds to test players’ aptitude at launching dimpled orbs safely over the rippling water. Denzer outfitted hole three's fairway with a trio of sand traps and mammoth Venus flytraps, and designed holes two and eight as par 5s to up the challenge. The back nine is equipped with lights so games can continue until midnight on warm nights.

Lights also illuminate the driving range, where golfers hone their form at 22 hitting stations. The practice area’s new target greens challenge short and long irons or ball-launching crossbows. For additional game improvement, swingers of all levels can join golf professional Jimmy Saenz—NPGIA’s 2011 Teacher of the Year, a featured guest on KFYO 790 AM, and an instructor with more than 16 years of teaching experience—for personalized lessons. To prepare for their day on the course, guests can drop into the recently renovated clubhouse to consult a club fitter or order equipment from Titleist and Pinnacle. And, after swinging in the sun, players can unwind by sipping a beer at the Stone Gate Grill.

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