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19 Club House Ln
Stony Point, NY  10980-3529
United States
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Stony Point Course

18 hole regulation length course

Municipal golf course

71 par | 6,502 yards | 131 slope

70.7 rating | Bent grass

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Stony Point Golf Course

The 18-hole "Stony Point" course at the Patriot Hills Golf Club facility in Stony Point, New York features 6,502 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 70.7 and it has a slope rating of 131 on Bent grass. Designed by Richard Jacobson, ASGCA, the Stony Point golf course opened in 2003. Dave Fusco, PGA manages the course as the Director of Golf.


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Reviewed June 22, 2011

A very scenic course with the aforementioned elevated tee boxes. Usually in very good shape. The staff here is very friendly and remember you by name. The Tues. & Wed. $65 special (up from $60 in 2010) is still a good deal. Would like to see that implemented Mon.- Thurs. Course can get crowded and the pace of play slow, so I recommend teeing off early morning mid-week (ThePublicGolfer "TPG" rarely plays the weekends in the Tri-State area as the "TPG" has no patience for rounds over 4 hours). Rounds here at their quickest pace are usually 4:15 to 4:30 weekdays. Some golf buddies of "TPG" are not fans of all the elevated tees on this course (there are 6), but the vistas are pretty great and it makes finding the fairway a bit harder. This course is challenging to high handicappers so they should play forward tees. The course hasn't yet solved the issue with hole #6. It used to be a short drive-able risk/reward par 4 until a homeowner down the out of bounds line to the right sued for all the balls landing on their property. The solution so far has been to move the tees up to make it a 215 yard par 3. There had been talk of making it a dog-leg par 4 but it seems like the par 3 solution could stand. This solution however messes with the overall design because #7 is a short par 3. With #9 and #10 also being Par 3's you play four par 3's in 5 holes. Would be best if they could somehow bring #6 back to a par 4. There are a lot of dramatic holes out here but my favorite is #15, a brawny uphill par 4 that takes 2 really good shots to get to the green. Least favorite holes are #12 & #16. A interesting course worth playing.

Reviewed August 26, 2010

Built on a mountain, this course has some serious elevated tee boxes. Long hitters will love this course. Some of the fairways feel like they're 100 feet or more below the tee boxes. I remember one hole you're actually above the power lines that run next to the course. Spectacular views of the Hudson valley and river. I was fourtunate to play on a day they were running a special for $60 including cart. But even if you pay the regular fee it is well worth the money. Bottom line...You must play this course if you're in the area!!!

Reviewed November 16, 2009

On the grounds of a former campus of an institution for the mentally disabled, this picturesque track, surrounded by stone buildings and scenic views, provides an enjoyable test to most golfers. But, don’t let the short yardage on the scorecard fool you. The course’s severe elevation changes (and corresponding billy goat cart paths – walking isn’t an option, even for the heartiest players) more than make up for any perceived distance shortcomings. This masterfully-designed and well-conditioned course, without a bad hole on the routing, utilizes severely contoured fairways and sloped, fast greens to challenge players without being cunning. A well-run facility with minimal staff boasts one of the best public practice grounds in the metro region. Play in fall when the scenery is colorful, the course less crowded and green fees cheaper.

Reviewed September 20, 2009

great course. convenient 1 hour drive from nyc -- one of the better options in the hudson valley region. very nice and challenging layout. very hilly--many of the tees are 200+ feet above the fairway. great restaurant and driving range facilities on site. view over the hudson from the 9th green is one of the better golf settings you will find. gets a lot of play -- so greens may show it late in the season. but other than that the course is in good shape. I will be going back soon. only warning would be that it may be a bit frustrating to beginning and intermediate golfers.

Reviewed October 21, 2008

Great course. Elevated tees and greens. Nice layout. Challenging holes. Well maintained.
Will play again!

Reviewed July 27, 2007

Great scenary with elevated tees and elevated greens. Great course layout with some diffcult holes. Tee shots must find fairways. Par 3's are too simlar in yardage. Holes are far apart from each other. Great and challenging layout.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 David F. 38 101 63 06/24/08
2 Derrick W. 34 99 65 10/21/08
3 rob P. 10 76 66 09/23/07
4 JUNO Y. 27 93 66 09/29/08
5 Chris V. 35 102 67 07/14/07
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
11 chris T. 16 87 71 04/30/17
51 Christopher R. 21 118 97 07/11/15

Golf Course Information

About Patriot Hills, Stony Point

Patriot Hills Golf Club

Golf Only facility

20 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Dave Fusco, PGA, Director of Golf
Evan Weymouth, Superintendent