Stonecreek GC: #8, #9Stone Creek Golf Club

Stone Creek Golf Club
14603 South Stoneridge Drive
Oregon City, Oregon 97045

Phone(s): (503) 518-4653
Fax: (503) 518-3299
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The course is set on a 165-acre parcel off Hwy. 213 in Oregon City. Built at an estimated cost of $7.5 million, it features two distinct nines - the front half situated in a meadow-like setting and the back nine winding through towering Douglas fir trees and bordering wetlands. In addition to its namesake Stone Creek, the course has three lakes, four wetlands areas and 41 bunkers. There are four sets of tees, playing from 5,191 to the "Jacobsen" tees at 6,873 yards.

A full-service pro shop and deli are located in the clubhouse, which has a spacious outdoor deck overlooking the 18th green. Next to the clubhouse is a large tented area for private parties, tournament function, weddings and other catered events. An expansive 6 1/2-acre driving range with all grass tees and target greens serves as a convenient on-site practice area

Another unique aspect of Stone Creek Golf Club is the excellent drainage. Significant resources were expended to ensure the driest course conditions for year-round play. According to Golf Course Superintendent David Phipps, "At most courses in the Northwest during the winter months, the ball doesn't roll much, but here you'll see the ball actually bouncing down the fairway in January."

Two of the most scenic holes are par-3s. the 180-yd. No. 6 played over a lake from the Jacobsen tees, and the 141-yd. No. 14, which necessitates a drive over wetlands and consideration of a stack of boulders protecting the green. One of Peter Jacobsen's favorite holes is the par-4 ninth, a 397-yard challenge from the back tees with two fairways to choose from - an upper elevated landing area with a clear view of the green; or a lower approach through a narrow opening between bunkers.

After a round of golf, golfers can relax at the clubhouse with outdoor seating on a large deck overlooking the 18th green

With its large tented area for special events, Stone Creek Golf Club is a prime spot for hosting tournaments, weddings, corporate outings and other large groups.

Stone Creek Golf Club
3.5 stars out of 5 (based on 8 reviews)
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View of the 8th and 9th holes at Stonecreek Golf ClubView from Stone Creek Golf Club#17: The toughest driving hole. Left and right feature heavy Douglas firs, so accuracy is most important. 2nd shot is intimidating. Hit a middle to long iron to a flat green that sits out in the middle of a pond. There's water on the right and long, so ma#15: Blind tee shot, so stay on the right side of fairway (hazard on left). Semi-blind uphill 2nd shot with a middle to short iron to get to a green guarded on the left by bunkers. Allow your ball to run to the green.#14: Beautiful short par 3 with tiny postage stamp green. Short iron or wedge to a green that is 15 to 18 yards in depth. Front left pin position is enough to scare even the best of players.#13: Most difficult hole on backside. There's a blind tee shot over a hill, so you can't see the ball land. Fairway is guarded on left by creek about 300 yards off the tee. 2nd shot is uphill - about 185 yards to a green that is surrounded by large Dougla#12: Spectacular risk/reward hole with wetlands on the left side of fairways. In the summer, hit with a 3 wood or long iron, and in the winter go with a driver. Stay to the right side to get the best approach shot. The green has a lot of movement with a b#9: Risk/reward play with a double fairway dogleg to the left. Hit your driver down the left fairway, which is shorter but guarded by bunkers on both sides. Or take the longer route on the elevated right side with a 3 wood or long iron; and it's a middle #7: Short #6: Force carry over water. Couple of pot bunkers on front and left of green. Green is not very deep but fairly wide. Accuracy is very important as left side is guarded by Douglas firs. #4: Medium length hole that is reachable in two. Framed large Douglas firs on right and left side of fairways with a wetlands area bordering left. 2nd shot is tricky - you must guard against bunkers located front right of the green. Miss long, don't go to

Golf course details

  • Holes: 18
  • Designed by: Jim Hardy, Peter Jacobsen
  • Public/Private: Public
  • Year opened: 2002
  • Golf Season: Year round
  • Guest Policy: Open
  • Tee times welcomed: Yes
  • Fairways: Bent Grass
  • Greens: Bent Grass

Facilities

  • Pro in house: Yes
  • Driving range: Yes
  • Rental clubs: Yes - $30
  • Rental carts: Yes - $14

Green fees price ranges

Course policies

  • Metal spikes allowed:
  • Dress code: No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required
  • Credit cards accepted: Yes

Length, slope and rating for each tee

Tee Par Yardage Slope Rating
Jacobsen 72 6873 132 73.2
Blue 72 6525 127 71.4
White 72 5989 126 68.8
Gold (W) 72 5181 118 70.1

Reader Ratings / Reviews

  • Stone Creek Golf Club
    4 stars out of 5
    by Joe studier
    on July 23rd, 2016 21:20
    Beautiful. Large greens with consistent speed. All around well maintained. Will return.
  • Stone Creek Golf Club
    4 stars out of 5
    by R. Wayne
    on June 01st, 2015 10:34
    This is one of my go-to courses, especially for winter and spring play. The front nine is enjoyable, not too tough, and is a good warm up for the back nine, which is tighter and more challenging. I rank it higher than Chehalem Glenn, lower than OGA and Langdon.
  • Stone Creek Golf Club
    2.5 stars out of 5
    by Richard
    on January 18th, 2015 11:47
    While it is an enjoyable course, and it does drain reasonably well - caution if requesting a rain check. After playing today in torrential driving rain I decided 9 holes was enough. After requesting a rain check I was given a "chit" for $13.00, with the explanation that on week-ends it is $40 to play 18 and $27 to play 9 - so the $13 was the difference - not 9 holes as I had expected.
    Needless to say I will not be visiting this course again due to the miserly attitude and total lack of customer service from the personnel in the club house!
  • Stone Creek Golf Club
    3.5 stars out of 5
    by Don
    on November 02nd, 2011 09:30
    This is a great course in the Fall & Winter months in Oregon.
    Drains will in most places-
    Greens are a bit slow-but not bad.
  • Stone Creek Golf Club
    2 stars out of 5
    by D. Williamson
    on June 11th, 2011 20:36
    I expected this course to be a bit more challenging. Greens were very slow and the tee boxes a little rough/chopped up from the whites.

    Clubhouse/restaurant were functional.

    Views from the course and surrounding Oregon City area...stunning. Best part of the day. In the future, I'll skip the golf here and just take in a nearby park and save my clams.



  • Stone Creek Golf Club
    1.5 stars out of 5
    by Dennis Parsons
    on June 11th, 2011 20:12
    Stone Creek didn't live up to my expectations. One pretty interesting 85 yrd par three, otherwise, not much creativity here. I did enjoy the different philosophy between the front and back nines, i.e. front nine pretty wide open, back nine, more heavily treed and tended toward target golf. Generally, the level of play was moderate to easy on the front and moderate difficulty on the back.

    All in all, just OK. The greens were very slow, the pace of play was slow, the amenities average to below average. More so than most courses, I seemed to be able to easily hear the other foursomes around us....which at times was quite distracting.

    i live in the Portland metro area and there are just too many other better options for generally the same $$$, i.e. Langdon Farms, Camas Meadows, The Reserve, the list goes on. I don't think I'll likely return to this course.
  • Stone Creek Golf Club
    5 stars out of 5
    by wendell osborn
    on May 18th, 2010 20:41
    One of the best in Oregon.This course has it all enjoy it and start early.
  • Stone Creek Golf Club
    4 stars out of 5
    by Paul DeMarco
    on April 16th, 2010 14:10
    This course is truely two in one. The back 9 being the most scenic and the front 9 being the more forgiving. Driving Range, snack bar and pro shop all good. A little tough to find the road to get into the place but well worth it once you play the course. You will come back after your first time.
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