The Links Course
This 18-hole championship golf course was designed by Tom Jackson whose innovative designs have been influenced by Robert Trent Jones & George Cobb. The Links at Stoney Point is quickly proving itself to be the #1 course in upstate South Carolina!
The transformation of this course from beautiful to brilliant has given THE LINKS at Stoney Point a reputation that today is the talk of the city and tomorrow will be the talk of South Carolina. This links course also offers first class amenities with fine dining at Bermuda’s Restaurant, tennis courts, athletic facilities & a crystal blue lap pool.
- USGA Rules govern all play.
- No more than four golfers per group.
- Please fill sand divots, repair ball marks & smooth traps.
- Allow faster players to play through.
- Please observe daily cart rules.
- Cart path only on 4, 7, 13, 17.
- All roads are out of bounds.
- Dress code enforced.
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Keep your tee shot on the right of the fairway to set up for a good approach.
This hole can jump start your round. This short par 5 can easily be reached in two after a properly placed tee shot.
PLENTY OF ROOM RIGHT.
This short par 4 can be tricky. Take a close look at the pin placement.
This short downhill par 3 plays a club or two less. Get it close. A two putt is always good on this hole.
PLAY THIS HOLE UP THE MIDDLE OF THE FAIRWAY.
Do not try to cut too much off over the trees. An errant tee shot could be OB.
A perfectly placed tee shot can get you home in two shots. Very tight landing area. Smart play is an iron off the tee. Many subtle breaks in this green.
TAKE A CLUB LESS FOR THIS DOWNHILL SHOT.
Aim for the throat between the water and sand. This green is very flat. Easy two putt.
THE NUMBER ONE HANDICAP HOLE.
A good tee shot will leave you a short iron into this green. Accuracy is key on this well bunkered green.
THE THREE WOOD OFF THE TEE IS THE SMART PLAY HERE.
This is an easy par hole to finish the front nine. No bunkers on this hole.
TOUGH PAR 5 TO START BACK.
Long hitter can clear the fairway bunker but safe to play left of it and make it a three shot hole. Set up approach on left side of fairway to avoid the large oak guarding the right side of the green.
NO DRIVER NEEDED HERE.
3-wood to long iron off the tee to this short but difficult Par 4. Add one more club than you think on the approach but be sure not to be pass the pin to this severely sloped back to front green.
OUT OF BOUNDS LEFT AND RIGHT.
Play something safe to the middle of the fairway leaving yourself a short to mid-iron shot to the green.
SHORT BUT DEMANDING PAR 3 DEPENDING ON THE PIN LOCATION.
Green slopes severely left to right. Stay below the hole if possible.
NUMBER 1 HANDICAP HOLE ON BACK NINE.
Favor the left side of this fairway for a shorter shot to this uphill dogleg left Par 4. Add a club for back pin position due to the depth of the green.
GET YOUR BIRDIE HERE BEFORE PLAYING THE NEXT TWO HOLES.
Long hitter can drive the green but avoid out of bounds to the right. Bunkers guard the right side of the fairway and green. Attack the pin for a short putt.
VISUALLY DECEIVING TEE SHOT THAT NEEDS TO BE PLAYED DOWN THE LEFT SIDE OF THIS RIGHT SLOPING FAIRWAY.
Avoid fairway bunker on the right and play to the middle of the green. Get your par and move on.
BETTER TO BE SHORT AND CHIPPING THAN BEING ABOVE THE HOLE ON THE GREEN.
Play to left center of green with mid to long iron. Another “get your par and go” hole.
PERFECT RISK/REWARD FINISHING HOLE.
Long hitter can take as much off the water as he wants to have short to mid iron in. Safe play is down the middle setting up any approach desired. Bunkers guard left and right side of green. Any pin left of center is difficult to get close so don’t be long.