The Bay Club StoneTree Golf Course engages the golf enthusiast of all skill levels—whether an accomplished player or just learning the game—Bay Club StoneTree is designed for maximum playability and enjoyment. The course design highlights a bounty of natural beauty with magnificent views of Mt. Tamalpais, Mt. Burdell and the Coastal Range. StoneTree offers virtually unlimited challenges and rewards from tee to green. Featuring impeccable playing surfaces, stunning aesthetic richness, an advanced drainage system, StoneTree is for those who share a unique passion for the game.
Bay Club StoneTree’s clubhouse, reminiscent of a California craftsman country estate, warmly welcomes you in a grand, yet understated style. The balcony and expansive outdoor terrace provide breathtaking vistas of Northern Marin. Clubhouse amenities cater to your personal and professional comforts and convenience, including the 77 Social Club, Men’s and Women’s locker rooms, conference room and Pro Shop—all designed to provide a level of service and experience found at the Bay Club.
All Rules and Regulations must be adhered to at all times when visiting StoneTree Golf Club. USGA Rules of Golf govern all play except when modified by Local Rules. This section will take you to the official USGA Web site, which contains the complete Rules of Golf. The USGA has not endorsed or sponsored this club, its Web site or any of its products or services in any way.
Rock Retaining Walls and Tree Wells
On holes No. 14, No. 15 and No. 16, the rock retaining walls around the trees are Immovable Obstructions. You are allowed a free drop from these obstructions if there is interference with your stance or swing.
Environmentally Sensitive Hazards
Are defined by red, white and yellow stakes with green tops on them and you are NOT allowed to enter these areas at anytime. Environmentally Sensitive Hazards are found on holes No. 7, No. 9, No. 16, and No. 17.
Stakes Defining Out of Bounds and Hazards
Any stake within 12” of the path or curb will be deemed to be touching the path or curb.
Holes Nos. 14 and 15
The drainage ditches on the hill are to be played as an integral part of the course (no free drop received) unless your ball lies on the exposed netting or metal grates.
Hole No. 9 – Provisional Ball
If a player’s ball has passed the drop zone, but there is some doubt as to whether it is in the hazard or not, you may play a provisional ball from the drop area before proceeding forward to look for your original ball.
Players may use the drop areas on holes No. 8, No. 9, No. 10, and No. 17.
Distance measuring devices may be used that measure distance only. Any measuring device that measures wind or gradient is not permitted.
Our professionals have extensive experience teaching golf, advocating a practical and intuitive approach to the game. Whether a beginner or seasoned golfer of any age, Bay Club StoneTree will pair you with the best possible instructor in a friendly and nurturing learning environment.
To make an appointment, please call our Pro Shop at 415.209.6090.
And of course, golf is a family affair!
Family Golf | Every Sunday | Tee times are in between 2:00 and 3:00 pm
Bring the whole family and enjoy of a fun day of golf after Sunday brunch! Our special Family Course will be set between holes one and six for families to learn and enjoy this wonderfully fun sport. The length of holes will be between 150 and 175 yards. Please bring your own clubs as no golf equipment will provided. Simply contact the pro shop at 415.209.6090 to set up your family tee time!