In the late 1920's, a magnificent eighteen-hole, park-style course was designed by Sam Whiting to replace Stockton Golf & Country Club's original nine-hole course.
In 1954, the golf course received new irrigation systems as well as a new drainage system. In the mid-1990's, all eighteen greens were rebuilt according to USGA specifications.
Stockton Golf & Country Club was honored in 1990 by being designated as one of the golf courses to host the qualifying rounds for the US Open. Many prestigious golfers have also been hosted over the years including Ben Hogan, Arnold Palmer, Doug Sanders, Gary Player, Lee Trevino, and Johnny Miller. In addition, the club is proud to be known as the home course for Ricky Barnes, 2002 US Amateur Champion.