Stonehenge Golf & Country Club
|Gold (W)||72||5958 yards||74.8||132|
|Red (W)||72||5336 yards||71.7||125|
|Purple M: 74.1/135||415||401||428||537||449||510||208||429||215||3592||386||469||526||215||377||221||396||436||431||3457||7049|
|Blue M: 72.6/131||413||363||420||533||445||502||172||422||202||3472||379||434||479||175||342||217||386||414||427||3253||6725|
|White M: 71.6/129||396||348||403||515||424||494||164||409||186||3339||370||423||467||163||327||213||375||408||417||3163||6502|
|Green M: 70.2/126||371||348||403||493||352||494||164||362||178||3165||370||394||453||163||327||213||375||408||338||3041||6206|
|Gold M: 69.1/123 W: 75.2/129||371||337||341||493||352||486||164||362||178||3084||364||394||453||151||314||158||363||339||338||2874||5958|
|Red M: 66.6/117 W: 72.1/122||317||329||266||434||325||419||147||315||115||2667||358||412||396||142||302||152||303||275||329||2669||5336|
|Black M: 64.3/111 W: 69.2/116||317||228||266||329||325||419||147||315||115||2461||358||317||304||142||256||152||303||275||329||2436||4897|
I have played this course several times and I have always been impressed. I have brought guests to join me for a round and they have joined the club.
I have gotten the opportunity to play at Stonehenge several times and it rarely disappoints. The conditions are always solid, with greens running close to a 10 on the stimp-meter, thick rough, and nice bunkers. The practice facilities are good and the staff is extremely friendly and helpful. This is a private club, so you will need to play with a member.
The layout doesn't have any particularly special holes, but I do like the opening hole and finishing holes.
The first is a dogleg left, downhill (probably around 40-50 feet or so), par four with out-of-bounds on the left and right and fairway bunkers on the right side. The green is guarded by a moderately deep bunker on the left side. This is the kinda hole where first tee jitters could kick in and someone could end up with an 8, but most of the time, one should be able to safely escape with a par.
The finishing hole is a straightaway, slightly uphill, long par four (440 yards). The fairway is guarded by heavy rough on both sides and a fairway bunker on the right. The green is relatively flat and has bunkers on both sides. Again, nothing super special about the hole, but it does play right into the sun which highlights the natural beauty of the hole.
The tenth hole is also interesting as it plays straight downhill to a small green.
Overall, Stonehenge is a solid private golf course. The conditions are always pretty good and I am looking forward to my next trip out there.