Stonebridge Ranch Country Club - Dye Course
|White (W)||72||6304 yards||77.4||136|
|Green (W)||72||5644 yards||74.8||126|
|Red (W)||72||5251 yards||72.4||123|
|Black M: 77.5/151||412||426||511||431||206||470||535||178||463||3632||429||415||200||539||390||460||613||211||467||3724||7356|
|Gold M: 75.5/147||405||337||503||415||190||438||514||161||451||3414||403||387||179||480||370||435||591||193||446||3484||6898|
|Bold M: 73.9/142||396||337||503||415||175||438||489||161||442||3356||403||387||133||480||370||407||591||183||415||3369||6725|
|Blue M: 73.5/138||396||300||485||347||175||369||489||143||442||3146||393||387||133||470||370||407||573||183||415||3331||6477|
|White M: 71.8/137 W: 77.8/144||372||276||460||347||161||369||472||118||431||3006||373||340||133||447||338||407||532||168||395||3133||6139|
|Green M: 68.8/129 W: 74.6/133||328||245||443||326||137||309||453||100||372||2713||357||304||99||415||302||364||532||168||365||2906||5619|
|Red M: 67.3/126 W: 72.6/131||311||234||414||304||121||309||429||100||320||2542||340||304||99||415||302||346||476||124||341||2747||5289|
This was the nicest and coolest course I have played. Need to stay in the fairways to be safe but a really beautiful course. They can get into lots of trouble around the green and they were extremely fast.
This course is without question my favorite course in The Dallas area (which is saying a lot!). The layout was dynamite and the views were gorgeous. Everyone there was nice and very welcoming to a visiting ClubCorp member. Thank you all and I can’t wait to come back!
Dyeabolical and magnificent.
This Pete Dye course is supposed to be more difficult than his more famous creation known for toughness, the Stadium Course at PGA West, according to Mr. Pete Dye himself.
This wonderful golf layout was created from raw farmland in North Texas forty years ago.
Dye has a reputation for diabolical course design and all his best is on display here. Dye visited Scotland in 1963 and made a thorough study of its classic courses. The Scottish use of pot bunkers, bulkheads constructed of wood, and diminutive greens influenced his subsequent designs. He also initiated island greens and tiny greens on the water's
edge hitting into the wind.
Our experience in the pro shop was stellar. We met with Mr. Tim Keightley, formerly of Dublin, Ireland and the Irish tour. Tim has eyes on the PGA Senior Tour and just missed qualifying for the US Senior Open. It was great visiting with Tim who is also the starter.
Hole #1 is a short par 4 with a 150-yard carry over a field of high native grasses. The next shot is downhill to a tiny elevated green surrounded by deep bunkers.
Long, forced carries, and huge berms located on the perimeter will force good shots into collection areas unless struck perfectly.
Every hole had multiple surprises and challenges.
Tiny greens, elevation changes, pot bunkers, water carries into strong prevailing breezes, and railroad ties are everywhere.
Pristine greens and fairways, and demanding shots on every hole make this an outstanding golf course.
Very challenging and beautiful course. If you have the money to play here it is definitely worth every penny. Playing in the spring/early summer is very difficult and be prepared to lose some balls.
Stonebridge Ranch Country Club Dye Course
Pro: A great course layout in the area. Greens were lighting quick and some holes are challenging even from the back tees. A neat Pete Dye design course.
Con: There are lots of water on the holes so it can be very easy to lose your ball. Although it gets a lot of play the pace of play I was in was slow.