Stone Ridge Golf Club
|Red (W)||72||4986 yards||69.0||123|
|Black M: 72.3/131||393||174||529||434||427||378||163||369||398||3265||544||380||205||326||428||529||400||152||509||3473||6738|
|Blue M: 70.2/126||349||160||497||431||397||360||156||360||379||3089||509||355||174||303||409||490||367||134||482||3223||6312|
|White M: 68.3/120||318||138||456||412||369||332||146||333||349||2853||451||330||144||280||391||446||346||134||459||2981||5834|
|Red W: 64.2/107||261||121||384||349||337||283||108||303||302||2448||369||241||119||250||343||414||312||94||396||2538||4986|
Poor course condition
This was once my favorite course in the area, however in the last year maintenance has been very poor and the lack of water has left this once beautiful course in need of a lot of care.
The staff is outstanding and very accommodating, they get a 5 star rating!
Smokey but nice...
After the 1st 9 holes watching the twosome in front of us taking 3 muligans each, then spending time looking for all their balls, drinking and leaving their beer cans on the t-box...pace was much better and our day turned out to be fun! Must have patience to play here...
Conditions played winter rules, so lots of dry areas. We saw a skunk, deer & one white heron & one grey. We enjoyed the wild life!
The fairways are in terrible condition, the greens are fair, tee boxes are in need of desperate care. We had to wait 10-15 minutes per hole and with the temperature nearing 100 degrees made the wait seem longer. Stone Ridge has always been one of my favorite courses, it is in need of some TLC! I will be back and hopefully things will be better.
Some interesting holes. Greens in good condition. Bunkers not so much. Fairways pretty dried out. Borderline for the $$.
Solid Value Course
This course is a good value for the golf. Greens are in good shape, but not very fast. Some fairways can have some little soggy wet spots (even in the summer) or some rough spots. The course is at least interesting layut, quite, and requires something other than driver on some non par threes which is nice. I think for the money it is a good value, and fun to play.
Love playing this golf course the views are awesome.
Best Value in Southern Oregon
Very friendly management. Beautiful setting, views of Mt. McLoughlin, Table Rocks, with no homes built around the course. Elevation changes, water hazards, wide fairways. Even an osprey nest on 14. Absolutely the best value golf experience in Southern Oregon.
Great layout, fun to play, super friendly staff
This was a fantastic experience. Friendly staff got me playing early. Course was in really good shape. A lot of variety to the layout. Very scenic. Old school golf, how it should be! Try this course, you won't be disappointed.
Nice layout but not winter course.
1st beautiful layout. Nice people in the clubhouse.
But the course was to wet actually close to being unplayable as every fairway had some measure of. standing water and fairways had been mown for some time.
I will go back but only during the summer. There dryer courses to be played in the area.
The layout is very challenging but fun. Each hole very different. Staff is very friendly and helpful.
Just the right degree of challenge
The staff were friendly and accommodating. The course was in good shape and offered good tee box choices. Several drivers have water in play.
Good layout but really needs some TLC. There is a sign on the first tee that says, "Play Winter Rules". I had fun and would play again but keep your expectations real.
My friend and I walked the front 9 and then rode with the two guys we were paired with on the back 9. Great guys and we had a fun time. I have golfed Stone Ridge about 4 times but it was the first time for my friend. The course is challenging for us (we typically shoot in the 90's) and has some really fun holes that are different for a lot of other courses. The only thing about Stone Ridge is that it can be sort of wet in places, even in August. Other than that, I highly recommend it to anyone.
Diamond in the rough
Boy do I wish they'd sink some money into this course! I've played the top courses around the Rogue Valley (Centennial, Eagle Point, RVGC) and this is by far the best layout. Beautiful views and nicely challenging with good elevation change and water occasionally. You won't be disappointed!
The greens are in awesome shape. The third cut of rough isn't cut and the cart path is a little rough but this is a good course overall for the money.
Wet and Dry
Maintenance of the course is bad. You went from dry no grass in the fairway to wet and soggy. Spots in front of greens where you would be chipping were bare on some holes. Too bad, this is one of the most fun layouts in southern Oregon.
Great Coarse & Staff
Stone Ridge is one of the nicer coarses in the valley. Set in the mountain valleys and hills it offers a great varity of challenges.