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Stoneridge Golf Course

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1601 N Bluff Top Rd
Prescott Valley, AZ 86314

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$29 - $59


Nestled in the heart of Northern Arizona, StoneRidge Golf Course offers players scenic views and more than 350 feet of dramatic elevation changes from lowest green to highest tee. At 5,200-feet elevation, the 7,052-yard, par-72 daily-fee golf club is carved in the stone ridges and boulder outcroppings of Prescott Valley and is landscaped with ponderosa and pinon pine, scrub oak, native grasses and wild flowers and highlighted with granite rock formations and deep desert washes.

Designed by golf course architect Randy Heckenkemper, StoneRidge offers both beauty and challenge through its unique desert/mountain course design. When planning the course, Heckenkemper examined the layout of each hole to make StoneRidge player-friendly, while preserving the natural washes and boulder formations that give the area its character and challenge.

The StoneRidge clubhouse was designed by Les Partch and is scheduled to open to the public at the same time as the golf course, offering guests a comfortable grille, golf shop and banquet facilities.

Open since the Summer of 2002, StoneRidge offers a limited number of club memberships and honors the SunCor Golf Players Club Card for added value. Located just 45 minutes from Sedona and a little more than an hour from Phoenix, the course makes for a quick retreat to the cooler temperatures of Northern Arizona's high country. The course also offers members and tournament participants the GPS Yardage System by ProLink. Click here for more information on this revolutionary product.

Course Notes

$29 - $59
$29 - $59
Walking Allowed?
Carts on Path Only?
Open April - December


Golf Course Amenities
Beverage Cart
Chipping Area
Full Bar
Full Pro Shop w/Apparel
Practice Facilities
Pullcarts Available
Putting Green
Rental Clubs
Snack Bar
Teaching Pro

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
From Phoenix

1. Start by taking the I-17 North
2. Take the AZ-69 North exit (exit number 262) towards Cordes Junction Road/Prescott
3. Merge onto AZ-69 and continue on for 25 miles to StoneRidge Drive

From Sedona

1. Take 179 South to I-17
2. Take the I-17 South ramp and take I-17 South for 20 miles
3. Take the AZ-169/Cherry Road exit (exit number 278) towards Prescott 4. Turn right onto AZ-69 and continue to StoneRidge Drive

From Flagstaff

1. Start by taking the I-17 South
2. Take the AZ-169/Cherry Road exit (exit number 278) towards Prescott
3. Turn right onto AZ-69 and continue to StoneRidge Drive

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