If Stonebridge Golf Course were a lady…well…you get the idea.
Unreal how nice this course is playing right now, so early in the season and everything is green, fairways are lush, greens roll true, tee boxes are great, etc. I live roughly 25 minutes from this course in the Ballantyne area and I drive here every weekend to play. I just can’t bring myself to play any other course right now because of how nice they have this course running.
We played on Mothers day and had a 10:40 tee time. Pace of play was good because not a lot of people were playing that morning. The only real downside I can say about Stonebridge is I have played some longer rounds out here, in the neighborhood of 5 hours. Mostly due to the 2,3 and 4, holes seem to back up traffic a little. It seems like once you get past the par 3 6th over the ju ju things start to speed up quite a bit.
I also like a lot how the front nine and back nine just feel different. You never get bored out here. There are some shots that when you hit them it keeps bringing you back for more and more.
Stonebridge isn’t a super demanding course but will reward you fro straight shots. You don’t have to be super long to shoot well here. Pin placements seem to always be fair and the greens…ahhh the greens…best rolling and fairest rolling greens I have played in a long time. The only other greens that roll as good that I’ve played recently was at Tega Cay.
Anyway, if you haven’t played this course you have to make the Saturday/Sunday drive down to Mineral Springs and check out this little secret gem. You won’t be dissapointed.