Stone Creek was designed by Peter Jacobsen and Jim Hardy and opened for public play in June of 2002. The course has matured into one of the most beautiful and diverse courses in the Portland area. The course is scenically designed and offers spectacular views of Mt. Hood. The course is laid out over 165 acres of land with old-growth Douglas Firs, lakes, four wetlands, and forty-three bunkers. The front nine is more links-style while the back nine has more of a Northwest feel with tree lined fairways and elevation changes.Put Stone Creek Golf Club at the forefront of your travel plans using our Oregon City visit planner.
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Stone Creek Golf Club reviews
Nice setting for golfing but also wonderful trail around it that has a lovely variety of areas that you hike through. Great way to enjoy some catching up with friends or as a couple. Both the golf...
Nice setting for golfing but also wonderful trail around it that has a lovely variety of areas that you hike through. Great way to enjoy some catching up with friends or as a couple. Both the golf... more »
Friendly service and a nice layout. A couple of holes will test you if it is your first time on the course. But overall, good fairways and very good greens. They actually hold when hit properly. A...
Friendly service and a nice layout. A couple of holes will test you if it is your first time on the course. But overall, good fairways and very good greens. They actually hold when hit properly. A... more »
Great place to relax, enjoy the landscape. Some challenging hole for sure, lots of fun. It was my bestfriends favorite place to smack balls. I encourage all who love the game to check out this course.
Really enjoyed this Peter Jacobson/Jim Hardy design south of Portland. Really fun layout with a great Oregon feel. The back nine in particular feels like an authentic Oregon golf experience. Holes 11-16 play through towering forests, with magnificent stands of pines framing holes that follow the contours of the land through valleys, across streams, and up and down the rolling hills. The front nine is much more open, but still well-designed and interesting. Huge bunkers with multiple fingers surround several greens, which makes holes like the par 5 fourth both visually appealing and daunting. The bunkers have very little sand in them, though, which is my chief negative observation. Count on bouncing your club off the dirt that sits right under the thin layer of sand. Very difficult to judge and not the way bunkers are meant to play. Reasonably priced and overall a fun and enjoyable course. Although there aren't a lot of tee options, the card has separate ratings for combo tees that mix and match tee placements for each of the adjoining sets of tees. We played the black-blue combo, which comes in about 6600 yards, and found it to be challenging and fun.
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