Golf Digest rates Stonebridge Golf Club as the “most enjoyable” course to play in Memphis. The tree-lined fairways, strategically placed bunkers and challenging water hazards create an exceptional challenge for golfers of all playing levels. Number 6, a 578 yard, par 5 with a dogleg fairway and an approach shot over water to an elevated green, is the course signature hole.
Architect George Cobb, who designed over 100 courses during his career, is best known for his work as a design consultant at Augusta National. When the club decided to add a par 3, nine hole course in 1958, Cobb was engaged as the architect. Every year since 1960, a Par-3 contest is held on the Wednesday of Master’s week. Cobb also had a hand in redesigns to Augusta’s famed “Amen Corner.”
- Sold in April 2014 to local entrepreneur