Stone Mountain Golf Club is located in one of the most popular attractions in Georgia, Stone Mountain Park. Stone Mountain Golf Club has two championship golf courses that offer scenic views of historic Stone Mountain and Stone Mountain Lake.
Stonemont, the original 18 hole layout, was designed and built in 1969 by the Father of Modern Golf Architecture, Robert Trent Jones Sr. With his passing in June of 2000, Stonemont will remain the only Jones Sr. designed course, open to the public, in the State of Georgia. His masterpiece was built in a setting "so magical that it truly seemed as though God, Himself, had created (it) with a golf course in mind," as Jones noted in 1999, in a letter to Stone Mountain Golf Club commemorating the restoration of his layout. Stonemont is laid out over gently rolling and cantered fairways of premier Bermuda grass and greens of immaculate bent grass. The par 70 layout stretches 6845 yards making it not only long, but brutish at times with its narrow fairways, strategically placed bunkers and numerous stands of Georgia pines.