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155 View Point Dr
Traphill, NC  28685-8940
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P: (336) 957-4422
Stone Mountain Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 5,319 yards

Blue grass

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Stone Mountain Golf Course

The 18-hole "Stone Mountain" course at the Stone Mountain Golf Resort facility in Traphill, North Carolina features 5,319 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Designed by Robert Nixon, the Stone Mountain golf course opened in 1991. Bruce Bell manages the course as the General Manager.


Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed June 15, 2015

Reviewed March 18, 2012

Course was in great shape for March in the mountains. A few greens were a little sandy, but no other issues. It had been wet, and the course drained well. It is a mountain course, so know +/- clubs for uphill and downhill shots, some holes rise or fall over 100 feet tee to green. Great value! Staff was friendly and professional. Freely shared tips about the course and how to play it.

Reviewed August 15, 2011

Excellent course for the money. Owner is very professional yet good with people and younger golfers. The staff is top notch. The green and cart fee rate is outstanding. They offer good tournaments for those more experienced to showcase their skills and win some money while having fun golfing on the weekends. The greens and fairways are in pristine shape. Love playing here. Fairways are tight so best hit it straight or it'll be a long day ahead. Keeping your composure will greatly improve your round score. Trust me, I know first hand.

Reviewed August 02, 2011

Played this course for the first time. Outstanding course. Great value. We played on a Tuesday and had the whole course to our self. Not what I'd call a beginner course. Staff was very friendly and helpful. I'll be going back for sure.

Reviewed May 18, 2011

The fairways are typcial public course quality. The greens are as good, if not better than any private country club. What makes this place so special is the value. 18 holes for $22 on perfect greens...not a bad spot anywhere. The view of the mountain range extends not only from the clubhouse but from throughout the course as well. It's a drive out to the middle of nowhere, but if you've got a day to spend here, do it. It is worth every penny.

Reviewed July 31, 2010

This is a wonderful course that you can not beat for the price. The maintenance of this course is better than a lot of expensive courses I have been to. The one thing that I really dont like about it is that it does not have any beverage stands ON the course you have to wait till you get back to the clubhouse which can be a real bummer during the dog days of summer. It can be a really difficult course because it is so unforgiving. If you hit a bad shot you are going to pay for it. But if you are having a decent day and hit the ball straight you can score pretty well on this course. Overall one of my favorite courses and I keep coming back.

Reviewed June 27, 2010

Played this course on 06/26/10 and boy all I can say is the greens are the some of the best greens you will ever putt on. The course plays to 5074 yd par 70 w/ rating of 66.2 slope of 119. Even though it is short it plays about 500 yds longer with many elevated greens with some being very difficult to putt. The front nine is tighter off the tee with the back nine a little more forgiving. Needless to say the greens are the star on this well maintained golf course. I played 36 in one day with 18 hole times of 3 hours and still wanted to play more as this is a very fun course to play. Overall one the best values in mountain golf with a very friendly staff.

Reviewed May 14, 2009

Excellent course! The front 9 are unique mountain golf holes, and the back 9 are fun and more country club holes, everything is beautiful, the view from the pro shop porch is incredible, and the staff and owner are all great. As a local in Alleghany, I've found a perfect place to play at such a good value that I can play often, where the course is much nicer than more expensive places I have played. Visitors to the state/Stone Mountain will not regret a visit to Stone Mountain Club!

Reviewed October 07, 2008

I’m always impressed by this course, and find it well worth the drive for both views and the technical nature of many of the holes. Greens have always been in great shape, this year was no exception. Stone Mountain Club is definitely at the top of my list for challenging mountain golf in South Eastern US. The location is nice too, because it’s close to a large state park with fishing, hiking, and horseback riding. It’s right off the Blue Ridge Parkway so my wife can visit some of the sites and some of the wineries while I get in 18. We rented a cabin a couple of months ago and stayed the weekend, which was nice. Even after playing at Stone Mountain Club many times now, the course keeps me engaged and I can always try to find new ways to hit on many of the holes. I find the weather to be cooler than flatlands in summer and very pleasant conditions well into the fall. Basically, a hidden gem that doesn’t require as much driving as other NC mountain courses.

Reviewed August 26, 2008

This course I was real hesitant at first. Figured it would be a slash course. Was I wrong and was glad of it. When you play this course you have to "know your distance"
and everything else falls into place. Fun course to play and the wife loves the scenery we saw does on the cartpaths we saw a red fox run across a fairway and we saw turkeys on the green on 15. Great course to play and cheap for what you get. My only complaint is that it is too far to just want to jump in the car and get 18 in. If you havent been everyone needs to play this course. Last bit I will share is the greens are EXCELENT they are proud of them and it shows.

Reviewed June 01, 2007

Stone Mountain Golf Club in North Carolina

Views are incredible. Course is on top of the Greenstreet Mountain. To the east are views of Stone Mountain State Park and Pilot Mountain in the distance. To the east you have the Blue Ridge Parkway with Grandfather Mountain in the distance.

New owner is into second season. If you have played before, you'll notice major changes to the course. You'll also get the feeling that they were really glad you came to enjoy the course!

The couse reminds me of a giant mini-golf course. The holes wind through the valley. The greens are interesting and in surprisingly good shape. I'm used to paying much more! (But don't tell the owner...)
Their web site is fun to look at and read with plenty of local color. In addition to pictures of all the holes, there are some cool historical pictures of life on the mountain. The site is at

It really is a fun course and you'll get a lot golf for the dollar.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Mark Y. N/A 55 55 08/05/11
2 scottie P. N/A 66 66 08/03/08
3 William B. 7 78 71 10/11/07
4 Glenn H. 6 79 73 06/26/10
5 Robert W. N/A 73 73 08/16/11
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About Stone Mountain Golf Resort

Stone Mountain Golf Resort

Resort and Community facility

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Bruce Bell, General Manager
Donald Francis, Superintendent
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