Fifteen months of course
improvements are what you will find at Stonebridge.
Five completely new or changed holes toughen the oldest
course in the panhandle of West Virginia. We are
extremely proud and excited about the cchanges
that have taken shape during this project.
Stonebridge was purchased nine years ago by Keith
Wagner. Under his direction, the course and clubhouse
has seen two million dollars in upgrades and new
has reversed the nines, so the eighteenth hole finishes
at the clubhouse along the newly expanded observation
deck. The front nine starts with a Par 5 and begins a
stretch of holes the regulars refer to as Stonebridge’s
interpretation of “Amen Corner”. Hole #12 is a total
new hole with the green designed after #12 at Augusta
National, with #13 being a difficult Par 3 of 200 yards
from the tips. The Par 5 #14 is now the number one
handicap hole with a new pond located in front of the
green. This, for the brave, is a true meaning of risk
and reward. The West Virginia U.S.G.A. says the new
eighteenth hole may be one of the finest finishing holes
in the state. Reconstruction on the course is now at
99% completion, with the focus being directed towards
some black top work on cart paths and finishing touches
on tee boxes.
Just a 5 minute drive from 1-81 and Downtown
Martinsburg, WV you cross a 19th century arched Stonebridge spanning the Opequon
Creek. As you drive up the hill on your left is Stonebridge Golf Club with it’s
Historic native limestone Club House sitting on top offering panoramic mountain
views of four states. The club house and a 9 hole course were built in 1922 a
second nine was added in the mid 6O’s. The club house has been fully remodeled
plus a new restaurant/lounge and a St. Andrews style Pro Shop were added
in 1999.Continuing improvements are being made to the course with several
redesigned holes, new tee boxes and bunkers plus the paving of all cart paths.
Stonebridge Golf Club offers a rewarding experience for golfers of all levels.
The course follows the rolling hills and meadows of the area providing players
with a variety of shot making
invited to visit D.K.’s Restaurant and Lounge after a
round for fare ranging from sandwiches and crab cakes to
a 24 oz. charcoaled steak. The spirits aren’t bad