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Goodbye To A Longtime Friend

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Goodbye To A Longtime Friend

All of us at Stonehouse Golf were saddened recently to hear of the passing of longtime friend and associate, Ron Paterson, of Blairgowrie, Scotland. Ron began his association with Stonehouse through our founder, Patrick Drickey, in 2000, and he was a loyal friend and Stonehouse representative in Scotland, Wales, England, and Ireland until 2015. RonContinue reading →


Tapping In: 2017 Stonehouse Calendar

The 2017 Stonehouse Calendar is back and better than ever. This year the calendar features beautiful course images from all over the world. This year’s edition is special because it features course shots from one of the most well-known golf photographers in the world, Kevin Murray. If you haven’t ordered your 2017 SHG Calendar yet,Continue reading →


Tapping In: To The PGA Championship

We have packed our bags and we are underway to The PGA Championship. But, first. We want to give you a run down of the 4 beautiful Baltusrol hole photos that Stonehouse was able to capture. No. 4 196 yards, Par 3 The Famous Fourth, one of the legendary par 3s in the game of golf. The pondContinue reading →


A Golfer’s Paradise

One of the many reasons why we love what we do here at Stonehouse is because of our loyal and appreciative customers. There isn’t a better feeling than being contacted by a customer that loves the Stonehouse Collection so much – they are eager to show off their collection. We think that the pictures sayContinue reading →



This month’s issue of Arnold Palmer’s KINGDOM MAGAZINE features a nice article about Stonehouse Golf, including an interview about photography  with Dan Murphy, our Chief Photographer and General Manager. Our feature starts on page 109. Check it out here


Sand Hills Golf Club, Mullen, Nebraska : Brief Glimpse

This 7,000 yard classic was an instant hit when it opened for play in 1995. It’s a Ben Crenshaw – Bill Coore design that takes full advantage of the Sand Hills’ natural contours, native grasses and profound beauty. The hills are actually the largest unbroken region of sand dunes in the U.S., termed the “GreatContinue reading →

Sand Hills No. 1

Streamsong Golf Resort, Streamsong, Florida : Brief Glimpse

Just south of Lakeland in central Florida is Streamsong Golf Resort, the latest in the Sunshine State’s great contributions to spectacular golf combined with luxurious resort accommodations. Streamsong boasts two impressive tracks, the Red and the Blue, each meticulously designed and crafted to provide unmatched scenery and exciting play. Both courses follow Streamsong’s “walk only”Continue reading →

Streamsong Blue No. 1

Some Highlights From Last Year’s Open Championship

As Stonehouse General Manager and Chief Photographer, I look forward to a wonderful year of new courses to shoot, tournaments, and new friends. But looking back, last year was nothing short of spectacular, so I thought I’d share a few memories from my trip to the UK: It was a thrill to receive press credentialsContinue reading →


For The Good Of The Game: Golf Goes “Green”

Natural resource conservation and “green” building practices are today’s standards in golf course design and maintenance. Architects, builders, and course managers now specialize in knowing how to combine natural landscape features, native plants, grasses, trees, and water to fashion courses that can be appreciated by both players and ecologists. Desert, forest, and links-type venues allContinue reading →

Saucon Valley Grace No. 14


Whatever the weather, day or night, some guys can play a round whenever they want, 19th hole included. How? Just take a look at 18 of the best man cave designs we’ve found. Go ahead… indulge your fantasies.


Tapping In: The King of the Masters

The King Leaves The Masters Opening Ceremony A 2014 shoulder injury will keep the legendary Arnold Palmer from hitting his ceremonial opening tee shot at this year’s Masters, according to Tim Rosaforte of the Golf Channel. For Palmer, who is 86 years old, it will be the first time since 2007 he has not participated.Continue reading →


Tapping In: Masters Final Round Drama

Final Round Drama At Augusta Remember these moments? 2012 Bubba’s Punch Shot – In the second sudden death playoff hole against Louis Oosthuizen, Bubba Watson put his drive far right, landing in pine straw. He punched out with a shot that needed a 40-yard left to right hook to have a chance at the green…Continue reading →


Tapping In: Jim Herman’s Long Journey to the Masters

Jim Herman’s Long Journey To The Masters With his 1-stroke win at this year’s Shell Houston Open, Jim Herman achieved his first PGA Tour victory on Sunday, April 3. The acclaim and the money were nice for the 38-year-old pro, who’s had only five top ten finishes in 105 starts on the Tour since 2010.CertainlyContinue reading →

The Tuxedo Club No. 12

Tapping In: The Beginning of the Masters

In The Beginning… The land on which Augusta National Golf Club was built was selected because of its location and fertile soil, but what began as an indigo plantation in the early 19th century evolved to become one of the world’s most famous golf venues because of this rich history: The clubhouse was originally builtContinue reading →


Tapping In: A Birdie for Ike, A Bogie for Bill

Did you know 15 United States Presidents have been golfers? Beginning with William Howard Taft in 1909, the majority of our country’s last 18 chief executives have enjoyed at least an occasional round. Quality of Presidential play has varied. Taft, for instance, carried about a 20 handicap, versus John F. Kennedy, who could have beenContinue reading →


Stonehouse Collection – Reminiscing the Memories

“I ordered a personalized framed portrait of the 10th and 11th holes at Turnberry from Stonehouse Golf ( It’s a classy piece of golf art that hangs in my office.” – Jason Deegan, Senior Staff Writer Sinking golf’s ultimate shot should be celebrated in appropriate fashion. But, just how difficult is it to sink aContinue reading →

Turnberry Ailsa No. 10


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