Stonehouse Golf Course

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Course: The Tradition Golf Club at Stonehouse
Address: 9700 Mill Pond Run
  Toano, VA 23168
County: James
Phone: 757-566-1138
Toll Free: 888-825-3436
Website: www.traditionalclubs.com
Rates 2012 Season
Mon - TH8918 Holes and cart
Fri - Sun/Holidays9918 Holes and cart
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
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TeesYardageParSlopeRating
Gold69637114075
Black65517113673.3
White61117113371.4
Green50137112169.1
Reviews
1/4/2005Went to The Tradition Golf Club at Stonehurst in Toana, Va in early January 2005. First great thing was that temperature hit 73 degrees. Second great thing was the golf course. Actually, the golf course was probably the first great thing. It's spectacular to see even if you don't play well. That's not to say it's unplayable or terribly unfair. Being from the flat Eastern Shore of Maryland, to me the layout is unique. Deep bunkers, rolling hills, some tee shots over dense canyons..it's really someting to see and play. Just standing on the different tee boxes is a thrill because as you pause to admire it, you're wondering if you can make the shot. This is a stop every golfer should make. I hope I can get to play Stonehouse again, even if it's not 73. Steve - Year of Golf Winner
10/30/2003Designed by Mike Stranz and given four and a half stars by Golf Digest, The Tradition Club at Stonehouse delivers on all the hype. Accumulating numerous accolades in its 5 year existence, Stonehouse was designated one of the top ten new courses by Golf magazine. The course winds through a wonderful community with great views in all directions during your play & ample cart rides. Elevation changes account for only part of the charm of this fine course which boasts two of the most unique holes thanks to their ‘notch-like’ design. Oversized greens may appear easy to hit sometimes, but once on the putting surface the fun begins. Multi-tiered greens with plenty of undulation will grab your entire focus right after you strike your first putt. Locating the pin before hitting an approach is key at Stonehouse, where the par threes are some of the best in Va. Frequently not visible from the tee, the greens often reward a well struck tee shot with a downhill approach shot to a well framed target. The final shot of the day to the 18th green with the beautiful clubhouse in the background (with all eyes inside on you!) is one you will remember. Ayce
10/9/1999We played the first round of the 2nd Waggle.com Invitational at Stonehouse near Williamsburg Virginia. This layout is one that demands accuracy and punishes stray shots. Every hole is more scenic than the one before. We were somewhat disappointed with the condition of the course, as many of the sand traps had severe damage from the recent storms and were in need of attention. Many of the tees and even some fairways were also in less than ideal condition. The greens were fast and true and held approach shots from everywhere, except if you hit it on one of the many slopes separating the multi level greens. Stonehouse will surely be back to it's excellent condition before too long. Wait a while and give it a play! Bogeyman, Left
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