|Richmond City County|
Stonehenge Golf & Country Club1000 Farnham
Richmond, N/A 23236
Phone: (804)378-7845Fax: (804)379-5984
This course has tight, tree-lined fairways and small greens. There are five water hazards that come into play on seven holes. Saturday tee times are reserved at 9 AM on Wednesdays, and Sunday tee times are reserved at 9 AM on Thursdays. The dress code is strictly enforced and soft spikes are strongly recommended.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bermuda Grass|
|Dress Code:||No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required|
|Season:||Open all year|
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Number of Reviews: 2
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| 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Challenging and exciting, Jun 08, 2004
|reviewer: Mark Paullin
from Richmond, Virginia
|The first hole is a blind downhill dogleg left. After you are told your tee shot is fine, you reach your ball and see the shallow green protected by three bunkers. The holes continue with a creek along #2, a creek in front of and along #3. 4 is a rolling par 5, which is followed by an elevated-tee par 4, with a dog leg left on 5. # 6 is a double dog par 5, green surrounded by bunkers, again. Shelter and the clubhouse are visible on short par 3 # 7, but you must drive 200 yards of water on #8. That green looks like three dead elephants are buried there. 9 is just a 195 yard (or so) par three in full view of the deck/clubhouse. Ten is another blind dog leg right down a hill. 11 has a pond along the right side and another undulating green. 12 is a blind par 5, with two creek crossings and another shallow green. 13 is a short par 3, 14 is a short par 4, with a pond and creeks along both sides! 15 is merely a 215-yard par 3! 16 has another creek, 17 has the creek cross twice again, and 18 is just long! You will think you are on a tournament grade course and will have a great, challenging round. If you are a Club COrp of America member, get by to play this course. If you are in Richmond, join or get guest pass. The pro and staff are great, as well!|
| 3 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Awesome golf course, Mar 30, 2004
|reviewer: John Woods
from Hillsbourough, NJ
|This is an awesome golf course! Very long and tough Par 4's, beautiful Par 3's and challenging Par 5's. A former Buy.com course (Chad Cambell's final win on that tour before he's taken the PGA by storm!)Defiantely recomend it!!|