Built in 1990, this 18-hole championship golf course was designed by Tom Jackson. The naturally contoured layout winds around more than two miles of lake frontage with three holes that afford views of Lake Greenwood. Over 10,000 azaleas and other flowering shrubs provide a beautiful backdrop along the 125 acres of golf course. You have to see it to believe it!

The course features mini-verde Bermuda greens and pristine sand bunkers. A fantastic driving range has a separate chipping area and practice bunkers. Five sets of tees offer yardage from 4955 to 6718 yards to assure a variation suitable for any handicap. With elevated stone tee boxes, waterfalls, aeration fountains, and a stone bridge on hole #2 that replicates that of the Hogan Bridge at Augusta National, The Links at Stoney Point is truly a special course! With a course rating of 72.1 and a slope rating of 122, The Links at Stoney Point quickly proves itself to be a challenge to both professionals and amateurs alike.

This 18-hole championship course also offers everything you want in a country club and more! An elegant clubhouse with a back-porch view of the putting green, houses Bermuda’s restaurant. Lunch is served Tuesday-Friday, dinner on Friday and Saturday evenings, and brunch on Sundays. Bogey’s turn house offers an outdoor eating area with a stamped concrete patio that features an outdoor grill and pizza oven. Golfers can grab a quick meal or beverage as they continue their round.

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