Open for play since May of 2002, Ridge Stone Golf Course is a nine hole, links style track designed by architect Mark Kerr with accompanying practice greens and driving range. The term “Links” comes from the old Scottish courses alongside the ocean where geological processes helped shape the land. Some distinct characteristics of these courses (Ridge Stone included) are rolling hills, sand bunkers and tall native grass.
Ridge Stone’s rolling fairways have very few trees, and the large greens average 7,500 square feet, are heavily contoured and fast. The course features four ponds, sand and grass bunkers, tall fescue, and creeks to test your golfing skills. Hole number four also features ruins of Sheffield’s historic Brick and Tile company and provides a unique challenge in “as it lies” play.
The entire course is irrigated with watering heads at least every 80 feet. Ridge Stone Golf Club plays from 2,437 to 3,374 yards, and there are four sets of tees to accommodate all handicaps. As a public course, we welcome both members and non-members to enjoy our course.