Traditions at Stonehouse

Wild and billowing hills surround the Traditions at Stonehouse located at the rear of Williamsburg, Virginia. This golf vacation destination, near York River in the Tidewater Region,  shows a riotous mountain course displaying on a wide tract of heavy forested hills, where hardwoods stand the test of time. Designed by Mike Stranz, this course brims of mountain laurel, hollies, steep buffs and dashing valleys along rugged ridges and encompassing plateaus.

The Traditions at Stonehouse layout maneuvers through 6,962 yards playing for a par of 71, showing the longest tees with ratings that reveal a whopping 75 and a slope of 140. No amount to understate the magnificence of this golf vacation course with four sets of tees created to define playability and enjoyment; a place for golfers to test skill levels. For shorter arrivals, White tees toys for a steerable 6,111 yards still playing for a par of 71, but without any de-motivation as it rates to 71.4 in a slope of 133.

Evidently, Traditions at Stonehouse opened in 1996 to aim for nothing less than perfection. For that reason, it was named the “Best New Upscale Public Course in the Nation” and one of the “Top New Ten You Can Play” by golf Magazine. Awards carried on as it ranked top 6 in Virginia, in 2001, and “Top 100 You Can Play” and Golf & Travel’s list of “100 Best Modern Courses” by Golf Magazine’s, during that same year. In 2002, this golf trip location received 4 1/2 stars by Golf Digest. It continues to provide first-rate amenities, aside from the challenging golf course. A bar, dining area, practice facilities, and a pro shop are just among the many impressive offers on the list. Guests will surely create the best vacation experience here. 

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