Course Review: Stonebridge Ranch of McKinney, Texas
07 Jun 2010
see also: Stonebridge Ranch Country Club, All Course Reviews


Stonebridge Ranch Country Club is located north of Dallas in McKinney, Texas. Stretching out to over 7000 yards, it has played host to multiple events, including PGA Tour Qualifying School, US Open Local Qualifying and Byron Nelson Open Qualifying.

The course features generous fairways for the longer par 4s and tighter landing areas for the short ones. Three of the par 5s are reachable for big hitters, and the greens are large and undulating. The architect, Arthur Hills, dishes up a variety of blind tee shots and water comes into play on about half the holes.

The back nine finishing holes are highlighted by a reachable par 5, a driveable par 4 and a long par-4 18th hole. Matches are often not decided until the very end, as these final holes have the ability to see two shot swings in the blink of an eye.

The well-maintained facilities include a driving range, chipping green, and two putting greens.

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