Considered by many to be the most challenging course at Stone Crest, the North Course features bermuda grass fairways, bent grass tees and approaches, and one of the most exciting layouts in the area. This course is perfectly summarized by its final hole; a long, narrow dogleg left, one of the toughest holes in Southern Indiana.
At 330 yards, this Par 4 may appear to be straight forward, but to play it well aim down the left side of the fairway and you’ll have the best shot into the green. A 3 wood or long iron should leave a short shot into the green.
This short 475 yard Par 5 can be reached in two shots, but don’t let it fool you. The short green is well guarded by a small pond in front of the green.
An intriguing Par 3 at 144 yards can be trouble if you under club your shot. Fly the water and the bunkers to this big green and you’ll be putting for birdie.
A gorgeous three shot Par 5 at 468 yards is lined with trees. Hit a wood or long iron to the right edge of the trees but don’t be long left. Lay up your second shot to the 150 yard marker. A short iron to approach but going right can get you in trouble.
A great straight 367 yard Par 4 is no problem if you hit it hard and straight. Watch the second shot going left or you’ll find yourself in the trees and it might be bye bye Birdie.
How straight can you be? All your shots must be accurate on this 358 yard Par 4. With water at the front and trees and bunkers around the green, this can be a challenging hole to get to the elevated green. Don’t go over the green, it will be a tough chip.
Elevated tees make this a really fun hole to play. Your first shot on this 370 yard Par 4 should be right of center. Hook it and you will get wet. You second shot isn’t a problem as long as you keep it away from the bunkers on the left. The green is only 25 yards deep and can really test your putting.
129 yards may seem like an easy Par 3 but this is a testy little hole. Fly the bunkers and it is an easy birdie, but go long and you’ll have a shady second shot.