Stonebridge plays to 6,932 yards, 133 slope from the tips, and was designed by Arthur Hills in 1991. It's a combination open links and parkland type course with rolling fairways, and water on 14 holes. It runs through an upscale housing development, but the homes don't infringe on the golf course experience. The greens are averaged sized, and undulating, and moderate in speed. The front nine is more open, the back tree lined. Bentgrass tees to green, and in great shape, with plenty of fairway and green-side bunkers, with the fairways bordered with shrubs and flower beds scattered throughout. The course is always in excellent condition, good guest service, and is a pleasure to play, probably the best in the Ann Arbor area.