The longest of Stone Crest’s three nines, incredible views make the East Course a true pleasure to play. Surrounded by Stone Crest’s current residential development, The East boasts lots of water and two tough Par 5’s and two great Par 3’s. The black tees on hole eight are for big hitters only.
Hard and straight is necessary on this 364 yard Par 4. Don’t hook or slice or you will be Bogie bound. There are bunkers on the right and left of the green but play it straight and with a good stroke you’ll be satisfied with your birdie or par.
Tricky and challenging describe this 343 yard Par 4. You need to stay right on your tee shot because trouble awaits you on the left. It is just the opposite on your second shot, you want to stay left because a feisty green will kick everything to the right.
Dog leg left makes a really challenging Par 5 at 530 yards with lots of water. Aim right on your first shot and lay up right for your second shot. With a short iron, keep the ball below the hole on the green which slopes back to front.
A gorgeous Par 3 with elevated tees and a large green. At 130 yards you want to make sure you take enough club. Bunkers guard both sides of the green with a pond in front. If you make a good shot, you can make a Birdie.
You’ll be in the trees if you aim left off the tee on this 345 yard Par 4 with a sloping fairway. Middle left placement will give you the best chance to score well on this large green.
A narrow fairway with trees on both sides demands a straight shot to the right side of the fairway on this challenging Par 5. You’ll probably need three shots unless you are a big hitter to reach the smaller green on this 466 yard hole.
Long is good and short is very bad on this 175 yard Par 3. The back tees at 216 will probably require a wood. This is a tough Par 3 with a Birdie a gift and a Par an accomplishment.
The ponds are beautiful and this is fun hole to play if you get it in the narrow fairway at the 150 yard marker. This Par 4 is 342 yards with water on the right and left. Long on the approach will make the smaller green a challenge.