Stumpy Lake Golf Course offers a truly unique golf experience! Designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones, the course stretches through the natural wonders of a 1400 acre nature preserve and is completely absent of any signs of commercialization or residential development. Sightings of deer, fox, eagles, and ospreys are common, and from time to time, it is even possible to enjoy a bear sighting. Stumpy Lake now features a new clubhouse, a canoe and kayak launch, a nature trail, and a fishing pier on the east end of the lake. With its location just moments from I-64, the course enjoys strong participation from golfers across the region, and it is close enough to its sister club, Honey Bee, to accommodate golfers interested in playing 36 holes in one day.
Welcome to Stumpy Lake Golf Course, nested into the woods with beautiful lake views and natural surroundings located along the south central City boundary with Chesapeake, Stumpy Lake Natural Area consists of a 278-acre lake with a raised ADA compliant overlook, 174-acre golf course, with approximately 970+ acres of undeveloped, forested land surrounding the lake and 1.65 miles of soft shared-use trails. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, ASGCA, the 18 hole course opened in 1958
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