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5 Clubhouse Ridge
Hedgesville, WV  25427
United States
P: (304) 754-7222
F: (304) 754-8146
www.thewoods.com
Stony Lick Course

18 hole executive length course

Public golf course

62 par | 3,700 yards

Rye grass


Stony Lick Golf Course


The 18-hole "Stony Lick" course at the The Woods facility in Hedgesville, West Virginia features 3,700 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 62.Designed by Ray Johnston, the Stony Lick golf course opened in 1994. Madeline Johnston manages the course as the General Manager.

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Reviewed April 19, 2008

Reviewed October 11, 2007

Reviewed August 21, 2007

I've played this course once a year with my son for about 5 years now. He doesn't play often and the Mountain View course would be too much for him. This course suits him well, as it mostly requires irons which he hits well. It gives me a bit of a challenge, and is very scenic and enjoyable in the Fall when we play. It's my birthday gift to him every year, and makes a fine place to go for a golf outing once a year. The course conditions are excellent and the staff at the Woods very friendly and helpful. It is a bit pricey, even with a coupon, but once a year is an acceptable expense.

Reviewed May 19, 2007

Neat little course

Don't let the length here fool you (3700 yards from the back tees). There is some difficulty on this course. Featuring 10 par 3s and 8 par 4s, it is a redesign of the original 9-hole Stony Lick course (which was the original back nine of the original Woods course). Very cleverly redesigned to make a course that is a great length and difficulty level for a beginner or short hitter, but has enough teeth to give a good player some challenge as well. My favorite holes are #1 (straight downhill par 3), #7 (short par-4 with a green perched on the side of a hill), #9 (a whopping 220 yard par 4, but I dare you to go for the green), #13 and #14 (300ish yard par 4s that are unchanged from the original design), and #15 (100 yard par 3, straight downhill to a postage stamp green). Great walkers course as well, although you do have to walk the length of one par 3 to get to the tee (but it's flat), and you have one long steep uphill climb from #16 to #17). Between this track and the Mountain View, you have a nice golf weekend. Or, just play them both in one day - they frequently run coupons for it.

Reviewed November 18, 2006

Greg- Greencastle

WARNING: Walk this course only if you need excessive exercise. Some holes are very distant from others (especially holes 3 to 4 and 16 to 17) plus some good ups and downs. The front nine snakes in a tight- knit stream valley However...I only paid $6 to walk 18 holes and enjoyed the layout (It's $20 to ride in winter). This is not your course if you are looking for a challenge. It's a great course if you are a beginner or looking for a short round (no par 5's, 10 par 3's). Some of the par 4's are driveable if you are a bomber and risk taker. It's a course to work on your irons. The par 3 first hole is the signature hole, literally, with "The Woods" spelled right behind it. You hit from a huge hill down to the green...an incredible drop. Hole #16, which you also tee off on a huge hill, is only 119 yards, but has a tiny green with a stream (with an awesome stone bridge) to the right and woods to the left. I would have given a higher score for scenery...but a course with minimal traps isn't high on my scenery list. There are some very pretty holes though. It's hard to judge maintenance in November, so I gave it credit because this is a resort. This was a good course to play on a November afternoon...had no one...and I mean no one on the course! Enjoy!

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  • Latest Scores
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 David B. 13 70 57 08/18/08
2 Chris F. 4 62 58 08/13/07
3 David B. 13 73 60 08/12/08
4 David B. 13 74 61 03/09/09
5 Chris F. 4 65 61 10/06/07
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
12 Eric B. N/A 65 65 06/11/16
4 David B. 13 74 61 03/09/09
1 David B. 13 70 57 08/18/08
3 David B. 13 73 60 08/12/08
17 Darrell H. 26 105 79 05/21/08

Golf Course Information

About The Woods, Stony Lick

The Woods

Resort and Community facility

15 tees driving range

18 regulation holes | 18 executive holes

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Course Staff

Madeline Johnston, General Manager
Ron Springer, Head Golf Professional
Gary Stevens, Superintendent
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