18 Holes of Golfing fun!
The Woods expanded its Stony Lick 9 hole regulation course to an
18 hole, 3,600 yard, par 62 mid-length course. Together the Stony Lick
mid-length course and the championship Mountain View Course offer
a fun experience to golfers of all skill levels. Learn more about the
course here. Be sure and check out the 18-hole
Mountain View golf course as well.
Click the image below to see a pdf of the Stony Lick Scorecard.
Click on the flags above for a layout, yardage, and par for that particular hole.
Click on the map below for an enlargement.
|"The Stony Lick
Course... may test your array of shots more than any course you
will ever play."
About The Stony Lick Mid-Length Course
Stony Lick has been expanded into an 18 hole mid-length
course to complement The Woods 18 hole, 6,600 yard, par 72 Mountain
View regulation course. Stony Lick plays to a par of 62 from three
sets of tees ranging 3,000 - 3,700 yards in length.
Stony Lick and
Mountain View courses accommodate golfers of all ages and abilities.
Both are fun, fair and challenging.
Stony Lick was the first mid-length course to be built
in the Shenandoah and Cumberland Valleys. It is especially fun
for high handicappers, youngsters, seniors and families who want to
play together. Its 10 par three holes and 8 par four holes provide
low handicappers an exacting venue to work on their short games.
The Stony Lick mid-length course was built with the
same integrity and is maintained to the same standards as the Mountain
View regulation course. Its shorter length makes many holes easier
to bogie, but not to par.
Mid-length courses are becoming very popular with the
great majority of golfers for whom regulation courses are too difficult.
They can be played in about one hour's less time. Walkers like them
because they are approximately three miles long, compared to five miles
for regulation courses.
Ray Johnston designed the Stony Lick mid-length course
to meet the needs of Woods Club members after researching their ages,
handicaps and play patterns and after studying new course construction
in resort communities.