Looking for the Ideal Public Golf Destination?
Drive the short distance to Stonebridge, where the service is always above par.
Drop by the Pro Shop to pick up a Christmas gift for your loved one!
We're open Mondays - Thursdays 10am - 2pm until Dec. 18th
ONE DAY CHRISTMAS SALE
SATURDAY DECEMBER 20th
10am - 2pm
Christmas Green Fee Specials
Closed for the Christmas Season December 21st - January 4th
Stonebridge Golf Club is one of the finest 18-hole championship public courses in the National Capital Region. Professionally designed by noted architect Ted Baker, a Canadian designer best known for Lionhead Golf Club in Toronto, Stonebridge was constructed to USGA specifications in 1999/2000 and officially opened its doors for business on May 1, 2001.
Spaciously laid out over 180 acres and nestled within the Stonebridge community, the golf course offers a wonderful blend of parkland and linksland golf. Stonebridge features bent grass tees, greens and fairways, undulating putting surfaces, more than 90 premium Temisca sand bunkers, and natural fescue areas. Special care was taken to preserve the natural features of this spectacular site. Stonebridge Golf Club is recognized as a “Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” by the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary System (ACSS). Stonebridge is the 29th golf course in Ontario, 56th in Canada and the 571st in the world to receive this honour.
The clubhouse boasts a magnificent, 2-sided, stone fire place in the front lobby, a majestic 2,000 square foot banquet hall, fully equipped pro shop, bistro, bar, men's and ladies locker rooms and a spectacular patio overlooking the 18th hole. A water feature located directly behind the clubhouse provides a sense of tranquility as water cascades from two fountains and a waterfall. To top it off, the beautiful gardens and a gazebo make Stonebridge the perfect setting for your special event.
Nestled within a lush rolling landscape of verdant parkland and the picturesque Jock River, Stonebridge is proudly owned and operated by Monarch Corporation.