Named after legendary Virginia Civil War General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, the course at Lake Manassa, Gainesville is located right next door to the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club, site of three President’s Cup competitions. Architect Tom Jackson designed the Stonewall course and it opened for play in 2001.
Stonewall Golf Club is set within an aesthetically pleasing plot of land with fairways routed over a wonderful rolling landscape. The front nine holes wander through open land alongside Lake Manassas while the contrasting back nine climb through more wooded terrain.
The first glimpse of the lake is found at "Cub Run," the 213-yard 4th hole, a not-so-short par three with a substantial water and wetland carry to a green that offers a bailout short and right. The par five 6th is the longest on the card and it's also the number 1 handicap hole. An intimidating hole with out of bounds to the right and a narrow opening to a two-tiered green where water threatens the approach.Hole 10 begins a stretch of strong holes that skirt an inlet of the lake. The best of these is "Traveller," the 555-yard par five 13th which invites big hitters to hit a draw from the tee if they want any chance of reaching the green in two. The par four 15th, named "Broad Run," is one of the few doglegged holes on the card. It plays across water, slightly uphill and left to a well-bunkered fairway that then heads downhill to the green.