One round on the Stonebridge Championship Course will give you a feeling that this is a special place. Golf course architect Richard B. Osborne is known for his ability to work hand-in-hand with Mother Nature and he has done so stunningly at Stonebridge. Rather than having to shoehorn, a golf course into a residential development, his mission was to begin with over 650 untouched acres and find the golf course that was already there. The difference in approach is amazing. Evidence of Mr. Osborne’s naturalist style can also be seen in the naturally beautiful courses of Cypress Lakes in Australia, Cheval Polo & Golf Club in Florida, and Nevel Meade in Kentucky.
As is his signature, Osborne designed the Stonebridge course, not only for breathtaking vistas, but for play that can be enjoyed by both occasional players and those who are looking for a challenge. Measuring 6,950 yards from the championship tees, Stonebridge is gently carved in the rolling rich Carolina forest land.
4.0 stars from 5 Played on 9/22/18
Course in good shape. Prepping for tournament the morning I played, but the staff was all over taking care of us when we arrived. Real grass driving range is a plus vs mats. Greens in good shape as were the fairways.
Played on 10/17/18
The staff made me feel welcome and the golf course was in great shape. The practice facility is good as well. I will definitely go back whenever I can.
This has become my favorite course south of 485. The staff go out of their way to make guests feel welcome and course requires everything from long hits to shaped shots. The greens are better than one would expect on a public course…
Stonebridge was created in 1997 by course designer Richard Osbourne. Rather than having to shoehorn, a golf course into a residential development, his mission was to begin with over 650 untouched acres and find the golf course that was already there. With that mission in mind Stonebridge Golf Club came to life and became the course that we all have come to know and love.