Originally designed by Arthur Hills and opened in 2001 as Stoneybrook at Heritage Harbour. The golf course was then redesigned by Nick Campanelli with MDLA in 2022 as part of the overall Heritage Harbour Golf Resort project.
The 2022 redesign was a complete tee to green renovation of the golf course that included the creation of four entirely new holes, significant design changes to the remaining fourteen holes, new putting and chipping green complex, plus a members-only short game area perfect for honing your scoring shot skills.
About Arthur Hills
Arthur Hills is one of America’s foremost golf course designers. He is personally responsible for many of the country’s finest courses, having designed over 160 throughout the nation. He is renowned for making his courses playable and enjoyable for golfers of all skill levels. In addition, his firm has been called upon to refine or renovate more then 100 courses including some of the countries most renowned clubs often in preparation for major USGA and PGA Championships.
About Nick Campanelli
Nick’s career in golf course architecture began in 2010 when his design concept in Golf Digest’s Armchair Architect contest was unanimously chosen from a pool of 212 entries by a panel of noted golf course architects, including Gil Hanse, Jeff Mingay, Tripp Davis and Todd Eckenrode. The winning prize, a trip to meet and play golf with Pete & Alice Dye, left a lasting impression that Nick draws inspiration from to this day. Since then, he has consulted with golf course architects, developers and home owners around the country with projects ranging in scale from small residential greens to full facility master plans.