Concert on the Range

In collaboration with the 2nd Annual Champaign Chrysler Law Enforcment Golf Outing we will be hosting a concert on the range on July 28th!  Nickel and Dimes will be preforming from 8:00pm to 11:00pm.  Gates open at 7:00pm.  Tickets go on sale July 1st for $5.00.  Buy your tickets ahead of time at Attie’s or at the gate!

All first responders will enter free of charge.  Enjoy great food and beverage from Attie’s Bar and Grill. Bring your lawn chairs and appetite!!


The First Annual Attie’s/Coors Lite Open

Join us on Saturday, July 18, 2015 for the First Annual Attie’s/Coors Lite Open to benefit the St. Jude Children’s Hospital!

1:00pm Shotgun Start – Saturday, July 18, 2015

4 Person Scramble

$90 per player
Includes Golf Cart, Range Balls, Lunch Buffet at Noon, Drink Tickets, Bloody Mary Bar & On-Course Tastings, and Live Entertainment “After Party”

Prizes for:
1st, 2nd, & 3rd Place
Longest Drive
Closest to the Pin
And many other contests!

Hole in One Contest:
Chance to win a 2015 Stone Creek Golf Club Season Pass (or 2016 if current passholder)

Invite your friends to come to the after party… Party starts at 6pm, open to anyone who wants to join the fun and enjoy the music.  After Party music provided by Andy Mo.

Contact the Stone Creek Golf Club Pro Shop for registration and additional information – 217-367-3000

Stone Creek’s Couples Golf Deal

Have we got a deal for you! Its Stone Creek’s Couples Golf Deal!

$68.00 per couple ($44.00 for pass holders) gets you:

  • 9 Holes of Golf with cart
  • 1 Appetizer to share
  • 2 entrees of choice

Available after 4:00 p.m., any day of the week!

Congratuations to this week’s drawing winner

There was a winner last night at the weekly drawing for Stone Creek residents at Attie’s! Larry Sherman won $200! Congratulations!

Stone Creek Weekly Drawing for Feb. 18, 2014

Attie’s weekly drawing for Stone Creek residents was held last night.  The winning name was Nazneen Hashmi, who was not present at the drawing.  Since this week’s prize was not claimed, next week’s jackpot has increased to $200.00!

For more details on our weekly drawings, click here.

Weekly Stone Creek Drawings

Tuesday night was the first weekly drawing for our Stone Creek residents!  The winning names drawn were Jack & Joan Opolka, who were not present.  Next week’s drawing will be worth $150.00!

All Stone Creek homeowners will automatically be entered into out Stone Creek Weekly Cash Giveaway.  Drawings will be held at Attie’s each Tuesday.  The winning name will be drawn at 6:45 pm.






Must be 18 or over to win.  All entrants must be a legal U.S. resident.  You odds of winning will depend on the total number of homeowners of record for each weekly random drawing, with one entry per homeowner per drawing date.  No purchase is necessary.  A purchase will not improve your chances of winning.  Participants must be current residents of Stone Creek, Cobble Creek, The Ridge & The Vistas.  Drawings will end on 12/31/2014 and drawing rules are subject to change without prior notice.  Void where prohibited.

Casual Restaurant to come to Stone Creek

From The News Gazette:

Work has begun on a nearly $1 million remodeling of the Stone Creek Golf Club in southeast Urbana. In one of the biggest changes, casual dining will be introduced with the addition of Attie’s Bar & Grill.

A casual restaurant was one of the main requests made when Stone Creek subdivision residents were surveyed on what they’d like to see, said Mike Martin, director of residential development for The Atkins Group.

“Attie” was Stone Creek developer Clint Atkins’ nickname when he was growing up, Martin added.

To accommodate the restaurant, the club’s pro shop will move to where the bar used to be, he said.  Martin said he hopes the pro shop will be relocated by July 15 and that the bar and grill will be completed by the beginning of the University of Illinois football season.  The restaurant will have the opportunity to use decks overlooking Stone Creek Golf Course for outside dining, he added.

Martin said the remodeling project stemmed from Susie Atkins’ fondness for Stone Creek and her desire to make it “the best it can be.”

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