The course rating is 71.2 from the Blue’s and it has a slope rating of 127 on Blue tees and 124 on White tees.
Stoughton golf course opened in 1922.
Par three, bunkered right and left, hilly green that slants back to front, very few straight putts, must be careful of your speed.
Short par four, slight dogleg left, drive between tall oaks, and two fairway bunkers, second shot to a well bunkered small green, front, right and left, green slants from back right to front left.
Shortest par three on the course, huge bunker in front of green, small bunkers back and left of large green that slants from back to front. Entire hole is uphill.
Longer par four, blind drive over a hill to a fairway that slants from left to right, keep drive to left of center, if on the right can be blocked from green by trees, second shot is downhill to a large green, slants from back to front, is guarded on the left by only bunker on this hole.
Long par four, requires a good drive to be able to get to green in two, fairway bunkers, one on the left and two on the right, second shot is over pond that is immediately in front of green, green slants severely from back to front, if pin is in front, possible to putt off the green.
Long par three, downhill, large oaks trees on left to hinder drive, green slants sharply away, front to back, no bunkers.
Last par five, double dog leg, out of bounds on the left, penalty area right on your drive, large fairway trap at the bend of the first dogleg, second shot needs to stay right of trees guarding the second dog leg, large green that is guarded on left by a large trap, green is slanted from right and left.
Straight par four, out of bounds on the right, large fairway bunker on the left, green is guarded by two traps, front left and front right, green slants from middle to front, to back and to the right, not many straight putts.
Tough finishing long par four, straight, narrow fairway, trees left and right, second shot is uphill to a trap guarded green, the green is severely slanted from back left to front right, a difficult two putt from any angle.