Stoughton Acres Course

2022 RATES

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Rules(9)

WALKING

9 Holes - $7.00 | 18 Holes - $14.00

Single Hole Price

$0.75 Per Hole Walking

Rules(11)

CART

Two Riding With a Cart

9 Holes - $13.00 | 18 Holes - $26.00 Each


One Riding With a Cart

9 Holes - $17.50 | 18 Holes - $32.00


Riding Cart

9 Holes - $12.00 | 18 Holes - $24.00


Single Hole Price With a Cart

$1.50 Per Hole

Rules(10)

THIRD NINE GOLF

$5.00 Walking | $11.00 Riding

Hole 1

Hole 1

A short, playable starting hole that doglegs to the left to an elevated green. 

Hole 2

Hole 2

A drive over two ponds must find the fairway with dense trees left and out of bounds on the right. The approach on this dogleg left is uphill. You won’t want to go over the back of this green.

Hole 3

Hole 3

This slightly downhill par three requires a shot over the water that guards to front left.  Often this hole plays into the wind.

Hole 4

Hole 4

On the inside of this dogleg right par four is Stanley’s Hollow, which you need to avoid in order to have an approach shot to the green.  Ideally, aim your second shot left of the flag to take the right out of play.

Hole 5

Hole 5

This par three begins with water in front of the tee to a rather deep green.  Proper club selection will prevent a three-putt on this large green.

Hole 6

Hole 6

The straight-away par four is the first par four in which you can see the entire hole.  It is also the first interior par four on the golf course.  So, swing away and have your long drive set up a short uphill second shot to this green that slopes from back to front.

Hole 7

Hole 7

The first par five on the course has water than encroaches from the left in the range of longer hitters. Placing a drive in the right half of the fairway can set up a chance at hitting the green in two. This green is wide, but shallow, requiring proper club selection for your approach. 

Hole 8

Hole 8

This very slight dogleg left has a blind landing area for the longer hitters.  Right of the tree line on the right is the menacing lake on #18.  A drive in the fairway sets up a downhill second shot to this green that has mounds protecting right and left.

Hole 9

Hole 9

This par five requires a straight drive between the right and left trees.  From there the hole doglegs left and is protected by mounds in front.  The green has a lot of slope, so a shot that comes to rest below the pin is an advantage.

Hole 10

Hole 10

This short dogleg left requires a straight drive between the trees to the corner, leaving a wedge to this uphill green.   Big hitters attempt to drive the green, but tall trees can interrupt the descent, leaving a punch shot from under pine trees.  Risk/reward….. you decide.

Hole 11

Hole 11

Some think this is the most difficult hole on the course.  It is a longer par four that requires you to thread the needle on the approach.  Large trees guard the right side of the green.  Missing left of the green, by even a few feet can result in a lost ball as it bounces and rolls down a slope to the woods.  Make par here and you will win the hole.

Hole 12

Hole 12

There are two different holes.  Old #12 is a 110-yard short shot to a postage stamp green.  Missing left will result in bogey or worse.  The new #12 is about 30 yards longer to a deep green.

Hole 13

Hole 13

This is our signature hole.  I drive over the road and down the hill in the fairway can give you a “go/no go” decision to attempt to reach the green in two on this fun par five.  However, the second shot is all carry over water from a downhill, sidehill lie.  Circling winds in the valley can reject a good shot in flight.

Hole 14

Hole 14

This par four has three ponds protecting the fairway and green. A very difficult green to read and to putt awaits even the better approach shots.  An iron or hybrid is plenty off this tee for longer hitters.

Hole 15

Hole 15

Well-placed trees in the right half of the fairway, coupled with a left-to-right fairway slope require accuracy off the tee so that an approach to this deep, elevated green. 

Hole 16

Hole 16

This sweeping dogleg right par five should be played like a par four for better players.  The sloping fairway that bends quickly to the right to a blind landing area, set up an up hill shot off of a sidehill lie to green protected by a blind pond in front and mounds to the left.  The green has a lot of slope.  Like #9, you will want to be putting from below the hole. 

Hole 17

Hole 17

This par three is slightly uphill.  A miss to the left can end up in pine trees, so be sure to take left out of play.

Hole 18

Hole 18

This drive-able par four is a fun finishing hole.  First you much carry the water off the tee to reach the fairway.  The green is protected by right and left bunker, narrowing the landing area for those shots that land in front of the green.  Finish strong and make your birdie.

Hole 1

A short, playable starting hole that doglegs to the left to an elevated green.

Hole 2

A drive over two ponds must find the fairway with dense trees left and out of bounds on the right. The approach on this dogleg left is uphill. You won’t want to go over the back of this green.

Hole 3

This slightly downhill par three requires a shot over the water that guards to front left.  Often this hole plays into the wind.

Hole 4

On the inside of this dogleg right par four is Stanley’s Hollow, which you need to avoid in order to have an approach shot to the green.  Ideally, aim your second shot left of the flag to take the right out of play.

Hole 5

This par three begins with water in front of the tee to a rather deep green.  Proper club selection will prevent a three-putt on this large green.

Hole 6

The straight-away par four is the first par four in which you can see the entire hole.  It is also the first interior par four on the golf course.  So, swing away and have your long drive set up a short uphill second shot to this green that slopes from back to front.

Hole 7

The first par five on the course has water than encroaches from the left in the range of longer hitters. Placing a drive in the right half of the fairway can set up a chance at hitting the green in two. This green is wide, but shallow, requiring proper club selection for your approach.

Hole 8

This very slight dogleg left has a blind landing area for the longer hitters.  Right of the tree line on the right is the menacing lake on #18.  A drive in the fairway sets up a downhill second shot to this green that has mounds protecting right and left.

Hole 9

This par five requires a straight drive between the right and left trees.  From there the hole doglegs left and is protected by mounds in front.  The green has a lot of slope, so a shot that comes to rest below the pin is an advantage.

Hole 10

This short dogleg left requires a straight drive between the trees to the corner, leaving a wedge to this uphill green.   Big hitters attempt to drive the green, but tall trees can interrupt the descent, leaving a punch shot from under pine trees.  Risk/reward….. you decide.

Hole 11

Some think this is the most difficult hole on the course.  It is a longer par four that requires you to thread the needle on the approach.  Large trees guard the right side of the green.  Missing left of the green, by even a few feet can result in a lost ball as it bounces and rolls down a slope to the woods.  Make par here and you will win the hole.

Hole 12

There are two different holes.  Old #12 is a 110-yard short shot to a postage stamp green.  Missing left will result in bogey or worse.  The new #12 is about 30 yards longer to a deep green.

Hole 13

This is our signature hole.  I drive over the road and down the hill in the fairway can give you a “go/no go” decision to attempt to reach the green in two on this fun par five.  However, the second shot is all carry over water from a downhill, sidehill lie.  Circling winds in the valley can reject a good shot in flight.

Hole 14

This par four has three ponds protecting the fairway and green. A very difficult green to read and to putt awaits even the better approach shots.  An iron or hybrid is plenty off this tee for longer hitters.

Hole 15

Well-placed trees in the right half of the fairway, coupled with a left-to-right fairway slope require accuracy off the tee so that an approach to this deep, elevated green.

Hole 16

This sweeping dogleg right par five should be played like a par four for better players.  The sloping fairway that bends quickly to the right to a blind landing area, set up an up hill shot off of a sidehill lie to green protected by a blind pond in front and mounds to the left.  The green has a lot of slope.  Like #9, you will want to be putting from below the hole.

Hole 17

This par three is slightly uphill.  A miss to the left can end up in pine trees, so be sure to take left out of play.

Hole 18

This drive-able par four is a fun finishing hole.  First you much carry the water off the tee to reach the fairway.  The green is protected by right and left bunker, narrowing the landing area for those shots that land in front of the green.  Finish strong and make your birdie.