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During an 18-hole round of golf, players may test their skills or develop long-lasting passion for this sport
Built in 1996, this varied terrain,18 hole course features many trees and bunkers. Golfers will face both open and narrow fairways that feature Bermuda turf and putting greens that feature Bentgrass. Weekday, non-discounted green fees are $35.00, and Weekend fees are $42.00. Cart fees are included., and walking is allowed. Other amenities at the golf course include a driving range, putting green, chipping area, practice bunker, and food and beverages are served at this course. This course accepts Visa, MasterCard, and tee times are taken 7 days in advance.
Players can practice swings and their skills on a course with holes ranging in distance from 90 to 180 yards
Course Architect David Postlethwait has sculpted from this naturally beautiful property one of the most exceptional courses. While the course is challenging, golfers of all abilities will still marvel at this amazing track. It is 7,100 yards long with subtle, but distinct topography changes, water holes created by a natural stream that winds throughout the course, unexpected landscape and hardscape elements and 18 exquisite holes that end with velvety MiniVerde greens. The Red Bridge course is one of only a few in the country with this type of superb green. Adjacent to the course is a fully stocked pro shop, a practice facility, and the requisite “19th hole” where players can gather to raise a pint and replay their triumphs.
Based on each student’s athletic abilities, lessons focus on the fundamentals of the golf swing
Experience the beauty of Asheboro Country Club, set in the beautiful Caraway Mountains. This traditional layout cut through tall oaks and towering pines provides a challenge for all golfers. The gentle slopes encourage the golfer to strategically place their tee shots and the well-bunkered and mounded greens makes for a delicate approach shot. The course is a par 71 championship layout stretching 6,473 yards and recently redesigned by Jim Bivins. It consists of rolling fairways, impressive greens, and scenic views of our 22-acre spring-fed lake.
Eagle Chase Golf Club, built in 1994, is certainly one of the most unique courses in our area. The elevation changes here on several holes will make you feel like you were playing a mountain course. This course is built in northern Union County in an area which has varied topographical changes. Greens are sited in valleys and hilltops. Many tees are elevated and offer nice views of the Uwharries in the distance.
Westport Golf Club is a true delight for players of all abilities. As you play your way through beautiful tree lined fairways set amidst the rolling hills of Lake Norman, you will be treated to a layout that has been touted for years by amateurs and professionals alike as one of the best designs in Charlotte. Better yet and considered the modern standard in golf course greens are our brand new TifEagle greens. TifEagle has consistently proven to deliver one of the premier putting surfaces in the game today. Visit our newly renovated clubhouse and come experience a true golfer’s club. Don’t wait any longer! Make your tee time today.
Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation is a golfing pleasure nestled among a mature forest of hardwoods only a few minutes from 1-485. This semi-private course opened in May of 1997 and was recognized as the “Best New Course” and “Best Eastside Course” in the Queen City by Charlotte’s Best Magazine. Carolina’s noted Hall of Fame architect Tom Jackson, who has built many high-profile courses in the Carolinas, routed Olde Sycamore through majestic Carolina tall pines… ideal for golf. Fairways are hybrid Bermuda and the undulating bent grass greens are among the best in the Charlotte region. A nice touch at Olde Sycamore is the use of zoysia grass around the bunkers, allowing for greater definition around each green.
Sunset Hills is a unique experience that dates back to America’s golfing roots. Many people learned to play the game on low cost, inexpensive and fun to play publically owned courses. Most of these facilities have either closed or experienced renovations that made them more difficult and expensive, neither of which appeals to most golfers. Sunset Hills offers two distinctly different courses that fill the need for an inexpensive, fun and non-intimidating round of golf. Each offers something for golfers of all skill levels, and does so for a price that is unmatched anywhere.
Charles T. Myers Golf Course is located on the former Harrisburg Road Landfill operated by Mecklenburg County at this location until 1994. The facility bears the name of County Commissioner Charles T. Myers, who during his tenure in 1969-1970, led the initiative to mark the final use of this land a public golf course. His commitment and leadership is responsible for the existence of this beautiful public property enjoyed by thousands of visitors each year. In 1997 the facility expanded from it`s original 9-holes to 18-holes. The front 9-holes were built in 1986. Charles T. Myers GC does about 40,000 rounds annually most of which comes from golfers that live in the neighborhood surrounding the course.
With a design that harkens back to the traditional schemes of the 1920s and the Golden Age of Architecture in golf, Springfield Golf Club has quickly made a name for itself among Charlotte golf courses since opening in 2001. The course was improved in the summer of 2010 with an upgrade of the greens to ultradwarf MiniVerde. The 6,906-yard par 72 Clyde Johnston-designed layout is located on a heavily wooded and hilly site just over the South Carolina border in Fort Mill. The course features four holes that flank Sugar Creek, affording players spectacular views and includes 13 holes that play across and along perennial streams that feed into the Catawba River.
Fort Mill Golf Club is an 18-hole championship golf course that rolls through tree lined fairways. The club was founded in 1948 with the front nine designed by the legendary Donald Ross.
Carolina Lakes is an exciting 18 hole regulation course located at the Carolina Lakes Golf Club, LLC facility in Fort Mill, SC. From the longest tees it presents 7,124 yards of golf for a par of 72. The course was designed by Timothy O. Freeland, ASGCA and opened in 2006. The course contact is Craig Malone, Golf Professional.
The Monroe Country Club, located on Hwy 601 South offers 18 holes of golf with some of Union County’s finest scenery as the backdrop. The land for the club was donated by 50 charter members in the 1930’s. The original course included 9 holes designed by golf legend, Donald Ross. Need help with your golf game, then visit PGA Master Instructor, Nick Jacobi’s webpage where you will find his lesson rates along with articles and videos to help your golf game. (www.jacobigolf.com)
Nestled in the beautiful country of the Sand Hills of central North Carolina off the beaten path you will find 161 acres of solitude and serenity. Built in 1935 and expanded in the 1970s a once fully private club is now open to the public. Drive the half mile driveway that opens up to a historic main building that houses the golf shop, snack shack and ballroom. Take in the southern charm while sitting on the front porch over-looking the 9th green. This hidden treasure is re-claiming is historic beauty and invites you to watch it blossom. If you live in the surrounding area or traveling to or from the coast it is worth the stop. A hidden gem in the Tar Heel state.
Harry L. Jones Sr. Golf Course was founded in 1984, with its first facility being the John Adams Tennis Center and then in 1985 came the addition of the softball and soccer complex. This just wasnt enough for the 400-acre park project. The city landlords decided to add a golf course. The key to their final decision on a golf course was that there wasnt anything else that could be built on a landfill.Architect Kidwell & Hurdzan Inc., an environmental conscientious architect company, was chosen to draw up the plans for the 7680-yard golf course. In 1987 Renaissance Park Golf Course was opened. After 8 years Harry L. Jones Sr. Golf Course went under the architect pencil one more time. In 1995 the golf course closed for renovation (A much needed face-lift). The decision was to make the course shorter and more player friendly for the public.After one full year of planning, Renaissance Park Golf Course reopened its doors in the year 1996. Now in 2002 Harry L. Jones Sr. Golf Course is one of Charlotte`s Premier Public Golfing Facilities.
t enough for the 400-acre park project. The city landlords decided to add a golf course. The key to their final decision on a golf course was that there wasn
Elevation changes, tricky water hazards, and scenic vistas characterize a course that blankets the foothills of Sauratown Mountain Range
Founded in the early 1930s Revolution Park Golf Course (originally named Bonnie Brae Golf Course) was designed by the Corps of Engineers as an 18 hole layout. The golf course was later condensed to 9 holes and modified once again in the late 1970s as interstate I-77 was developed. Nestled in beautiful maples, pines, and hardwoods, Revolution Park GC has been donned “Charlottes only 9-hole Country Club"! The course averages nearly 32,000 rounds of public play per year and the layout is suitable for all types of players regardless of age, sex or handicap. Many local players call Revolution Park GC their "home course" and play on a regular basis.Revolution Park Golf course has endured many changes through the years. In the beginning, African Americans were banned from playing the course. But, in the early 1950s, legal action prompted Revolution Park GC (named The Bonnie Brae Golf Course at that time) to open play to all races. The 12 gentleman filing the suit, on behalf of all minorities, were granted the right to play Revolution Park in 1957 through a Supreme Court Ruling.Revolution Park GC was later dedicated to 9 gentlemen, each of whom made significant impacts on the course over time. The 9 holes now commemorate each of these individuals and are marked with their names in granite. A sign on the first tee was constructed to honor the first African American to tee off after the legal judgment was handed down from the Supreme Court.
s Revolution Park Golf Course (originally named Bonnie Brae Golf Course) was designed by the Corps of Engineers as an 18 hole layout. The golf course was later condensed to 9 holes and modified once again in the late 1970
s only 9-hole Country Club"! The course averages nearly 32,000 rounds of public play per year and the layout is suitable for all types of players regardless of age, sex or handicap. Many local players call Revolution Park GC their "home course" and play on a regular basis.Revolution Park Golf course has endured many changes through the years. In the beginning, African Americans were banned from playing the course. But, in the early 1950
One of the crowning achievements of its 200th year anniversary, the City of Concord has created yet another historic masterpiece…Rocky River Golf Club at Concord.Consistent with the City’s rich traditional heritage of quality, residents and visitors can now experience the continuous accessibility of a public championship golf course that offers the ambiance and unsurpassed service normally reserved for the exclusive clubs.Designed by Dan Maples, nationally known for creating some of the Carolina’s top courses, Rocky River Golf Club is the premier public course in the Charlotte metropolitan area. Rocky River Golf Club is currently rated #87 on North Carolinas Top 100 Golf Courses list. The course features 18 sensational holes carved out of beautiful rolling hills and natural wetlands. The course’s impeccable manicured tees, greens and fairways will add to the overall memorable experience.
Located in the Sandhills of South Carolina just an hour south of Pinehurst. Cheraw Country Club provides golfers an opportunity to enjoy a leisurely round of golf at a great rate. With our wonderful southern climate we can offer play nearly every day of the year. For a full day or weekend of play, CCC is located across from the Cheraw State Park golf course.
Natural beauty and great golf come together at Cheraw State Park Golf Course. This 18-hole championship course winds its way through the long-leaf pinelands of Cheraw State Park, its layout so broad that no two fairways are adjacent. Lake Juniper serves as a backdrop on several holes making a golf trip to Cheraw State Park is a visual treat. The course has also earned national certification from the Aubudon Society for the way it is managed to preserve and protect the habitat it shares with uncommon critters such as red-cockaded woodpeckers and fox squirrels.
The 18-hole “Fox Den” course at the Fox Den Country Club facility in Statesville, North Carolina features 7,005 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 73.4 and it has a slope rating of 136 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Clyde B. Johnston, ASGCA, the Fox Den golf course opened in 1996. Signet Golf Associates manages this facility, with Vickie Fletcher as the General Manager.
Paradise Valley Par-3 is a beautiful “chip and putt” style course with 18 stunning golf holes, all of which are less than 100 yards in length. The course layout makes this Par-3 a great place for beginners to learn the game yet challenges veteran golfers as well. It doesn’t take long to play, and better yet it WON’T dent your wallet! Paradise Valley is located on North Tryon Street directly across from UNCC in the Northeast section of Charlotte. The Lost Duffer Miniature Golf Course is one of the most unique facilities you will ever visit. Did you know that at one time there were over 80 actual operating gold mines in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area? You can get a taste of the first U.S. gold rush just by visiting this fun, family-friendly golf course. The course meanders through a replica of a 19th century mining camp complete with water wheel, and finishes up in the abandoned shafts of an old gold mine! Check out the legend of “Duffy” while you test your skills on the most unique miniature golf course you’ll ever visit! Cost is only $4.00 per round and includes your putter and ball.
Spectacular golf in a rural setting. Conveniently located just six miles from I-77, but a world removed from the hustle and bustle of today’s busy pace.
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