Stonebrooke Golf Club - Waters Edge Executive Course
|Red (W)||30||1319 yards||27.3||83|
|Blue M: 58.6/100||112||171||203||105||309||272||106||155||292||1725||3450|
|White M: 57.8/98 W: 58.6/93||105||152||187||90||295||251||91||127||276||1574||3148|
|Red W: 54.8/86||90||125||133||77||280||185||74||112||243||1319||2638|
Food & BeverageRestaurant, Beverage Carts
Available FacilitiesLounge, Meeting Facilities, Banquet Facilities
Pushed Along throughout the day
Decent course to play for the money, but each time I’ve played here my group has always been asked to speed things along, even though there’s not room in front of us to go much faster. The starting marshal told our group that they’ll book tee times 5 minutes between each other just to get more people on the course. That does not allow enough time for a foursome to play behind another foursome at a decent pace while also being pushed from the twosome (which teed off no more than 5 minutes) behind us.
Stonebrooke is a fun course and always in great shape. I have always been treated well and feel the staff are very attentive and welcoming. Each hole has its own set of challenges and let you hit every club in your bag. I try to play out here as many times as I can during the season.
Course OK as long as you don't have to deal with staff
Stonebrook is best known for its pontoon boat on the 8th hole but you have to put up with a lot before getting there. The staff here seems to think golf is not a game but something much more serious. I did not see one staff person smile the whole time I was there. Come-on folks, it's golf it's supposed to be fun.
The course is in OK shape. The greens generally putt pretty true and are mowed to a good speed. Most of the cart paths need work. The 2 biggest gripes I have about this course is their rule that you cannot bring carts into the parking lot and their decision not to have any water available on the course. These are both dumb rules and reflect the strict attitude displayed by everyone. Too bad. This could be a great golf experience if they would lighten up a little.
Played here several times over the years. This is near my house and some friends drag me over on occasion. There are many better options within 25 minutes of this layout. Nearly every hole is poor from tee to green in design. Staff is arrogant and thinks they are running Pebble Beach. If you are from out of town or have other options, I would stay away.
Mid-level course with some unique holes. Course conditions are mediocre, especially later in the year.
Stonebrooke is a good mid-level course with some unique challenges and holes. At the right price, it is a good value. I'd rate it 3 to 3.5 stars out of 5.
I usually play the course 2 or more times per year and what I've found is once you hit July, the course conditions are not as good (fairways and greens in rough shape, greens very bumpy, etc.) as they are in the beginning of the year.
Overall, it can be a good value if you get it at the right price, but don't expect the course conditions to be one of the best you play on all year.
Memorable holes. Fairly tough but a few easy holes too.
A course noted for a few signature holes but overall a good course that can play tough. Again this year the 1st time I played this course it was in very good shape but was a little beat up a month later. only a good value and rating if in top shape as its not cheap. super nice clubhouse setting but I feel you pay alot in greens fees for that.
Wonderful Course and Clubhouse
Stonebrooke is a wonderful golf course with nteresting holes and feature. The eighth hole plays over a lake and gives the player options to take a boatride to the other side or drive around on the cartpath. That's fun and adds interest. The clubhouse and restaurant are equally impressive with a well-appointed outdoor patio complete with firepit. Restaurant offers wonderful views of the course.
This wonderful club is tainted by poor staffing selections. Club and restaurant management are dissmissive, unfriendly and unhelpful.