StoneCrest golf course clubhouse is getting a makeover. Beginning this summer, the clubhouse grill will be moving up to a full service restaurant and bar. Not only is the building receiving a makeover, but the menu is as well.
“We’re really adding something unique that we feel will appeal to both golfers, and casual diners,” says Stonecrest general manager Morris Copley.
Copley says that the new menu should be finalized soon, and the restaurant is hoping to be serving appetizers in time for the NCAA Tournament.
StoneCrest Golf Course is a unique facility owned and operated by the City of Prestonsburg, located in Southeastern Kentucky. The course sits on 700 acres of mountain top land. The course offers amenities such as a pro shop, club repairs, practice green, driving range, clubhouse and lounge.
Built on a reclaimed strip mine, the course offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The championship layout plays to a Par 72 and is over 7,000 yards long from the black tees. However, with four other sets of tee boxes the course is playable for all skill levels. Opened for play in 2001 the course is already recognized as one of the finest in Kentucky and has played host to both the Men’s and Women’s State Amateur Championships in its’ brief history. For more information, call the StoneCrest Golf Shop at (606) 886-1006, or visit its website at www.stonecrestgolfcourse.com.