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Stony Creek ~ Players Club


Stony Creek ~ Players Club

All about Stony Creek and other courses north of Detroit, Michigan.

Location: Macomb & Oakland County, Michigan
Members: 24
Latest Activity: Apr 14, 2010

Stony Creek Disc Golf Course is located at Stony Creek Metropark in Washington Twp, MI. This is a 24-hole course with a good mix of open and wooded holes. Most holes are long Par 3's with a couple shorter holes too! Check it out!

Discussion Forum

Lost and Found @ Stony

Lost a disc or two? Post it here and we'll keep an eye out for it. Leave your name, date, description of the disc, where you lost/found it and a pdga# or cell #.Example:LOST @ STONY hole 8 in July…Continue

Tags: Stony+Creek, KC+Pro+Eagle, lost+and+found

Started by donnyv Jan 11, 2010.

Thoughts on switching from FREE to Pay 2 Play 3 Replies

What do you think about the switch to Pay 2 Play next year? Is this fair? Is this right?Some have already expressed their feelings by writing all over a sign posted by the park. They didn't sound to…Continue

Tags: MI, golf, fee, greens, fees

Started by donnyv. Last reply by Matt Jul 20, 2009.

trashed! 2 Replies

Who are these people leaving their trash everywhere? We've seen a lot of trash near the tee's, especially those that have a picnic table. Last saturday afternoon there was trash all around the…Continue

Tags: glass, garbage, returnables, trash

Started by donnyv. Last reply by Matt Jul 19, 2009.

Wide Open! 7 Replies

It looks like more tree's have been axed recently. Hole #6 and #7 have really changed. Good luck finding any shade near the open field this summer.Was it necessary to cut down everything? I can see…Continue

Started by donnyv. Last reply by donnyv Jun 8, 2009.

Par on Hole 24? 2 Replies

Anyone know the par on hole 24 @ Stoney Creek? 3?4?5?

Started by donnyv. Last reply by donnyv Apr 10, 2008.

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Comment by donnyv on May 29, 2009 at 3:53pm
Stony is now pay-2-play. $2 for a wristband.
Comment by donnyv on February 2, 2009 at 12:05pm
As of yesterday, Feb 1, 2009, Stony's course has yet to start charging the pay-to-play fee.
Comment by donnyv on October 22, 2008 at 6:07pm
Stony Creek will be charging a fee to use the disc golf course in 2009.

The cost will be $2 per day or $50 for a yearly pass.
Comment by donnyv on August 11, 2008 at 3:43pm
Check out the Stony Creek and Addison Oaks maps we created using google earth. They show you exactly where the baskets are located. They also have the distance, par #, flight line, and tree's located. You can see it all!

Go to donnyv's albums to see for yourself.
Comment by donnyv on July 30, 2008 at 9:20am
A big thanks for those who repainted/replaced the tee signs at Stony Creek. I think it was someone that was running the tourney last week @ Stony & Riverbends. I hear they did some work at Riverbends too.

Thanks again for a great job. Hopefully others will notice and help keep them looking nice again.
Comment by Bruce Brakel on July 1, 2008 at 9:12pm
Pre-registration for Byron Big D has been anemic. I'm trying to use every means possible to let disc golfers know that if I don't get some serious pre-reg by this Friday, three days from now, we're going to have to cancel this. We cannot close the golf course to golfers if we don't know we have a decent number of players.

You can pre-reg by going to the www.pdga.com discussion board in the Ann Arbor Area section in the Byron Big D thread and posting your name, your partner's name, and both your ratings. If you are read-only at pdga.com, send me an e-mail: rollerdoos at aol dot com.

It's $50 a player. That includes lunch and carts and player packs and the works.
Comment by LaVidaDisc on April 11, 2008 at 11:24pm
I love stoney creek!
Comment by croosegolf on April 11, 2008 at 9:10pm
All holes are par three up here.
Comment by donnyv on April 8, 2008 at 3:37pm
Stony Creek Disc Golf Course ~ Hole Distance
Hole 1 = 402'
Hole 2 = 441'
Hole 3 = 300'
Hole 4 = 483' (318' short tee)
Hole 5 = 213' ACE-ABLE
Hole 6 = 459' (348' short tee)
Hole 7 = 288'
Hole 8 = 402' (330' short tee)

Decision point! Go left to hole #9 for 24 holes (new course) or go right to hole #15 for 18 holes (old course).

Hole 9 = 300'
Hole 10 = 228'
Hole 11 = 255' (192' short tee)
Hole 12 = 393' (264' short tee)
Hole 13 = 165'
Hole 14 = 219' ~ SWAMP HAZARD
Hole 15 = 408' (249' short tee)
Hole 16 = 345' (225' short tee)
Hole 17 = 153' ACE-ABLE
Hole 18 = 315'
Hole 19 = 498' (309' short tee)
Hole 20 = 342'
Hole 21 = 282'
Hole 22 = 216'
Hole 23 = 408' (276' short tee to Hole 24 short)
Hole 24 = 933' (597' short tee)
Comment by donnyv on April 8, 2008 at 10:36am

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