Set Current Location
The 'Quail Hollow Club' was founded by James J. Harris on the 13th of April 1959. This 18 hole golf course covers 7,114 yards of golf for the longest tees at a par of 72. This brilliantly designed course captures the Piedmont region with its amazing beauty. The course was designed by George W. Cobb in 1961 and has gone under a number of changes, being redesigned by Arnold Palmer and Tom Fazio.
18 holes and 7,000 yards of rolling greens await you at this challenging venue, called “Charlotte's Crown Jewel." Tall trees and curving water hazards pose some of the toughest obstacles; hence the venue is a favorite with those who like to test their skills across the beautiful lake. Open to both men and women, the course has a 15,000 square foot clubhouse with separate lockers and a practice range, a putting green and a grassy driving range for amateurs. The course is open through the week, though tee slots need to be booked for a fee.
This 18-hole golf course at the Ballantyne Resort Hotel is geared towards everyone in the family. There are a variety of different activities available, including indoor practice areas and video rooms, full-time instructors, and putting greens. It tends to be pretty pricey, but is a good choice if you want a wide range of services instead of just a basic game of golf. Rates and availability change frequently, so be sure to call ahead and check!
Considered to be one of the top golf clubs in Charlotte, the Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation is a haven for any golf lover. The 18-hole, par 72, 6900-yard golf course provides a challenging game to amateurs and seasoned players alike. Fairways, lakes, oak trees and flower gardens make your time here an enjoyable one. After you're done golfing, you can chill out at the Olde Sycamore Grill on the premises. Also onsite is a golf shop and practice facilities. Contact the venue for rental in case of weddings and special events.
Come and play a round of golf at the Charlotte National Golf Course. This 18-hole course is vast and is traditionally designed. With lush greens, fairways and a few trees interspersed in between, a round of golf here would be satisfying, if not super challenging! There is a dress code, so call and find out before paying them a visit. Delighting local golfers since 1996, the Charlotte National Golf Course is open throughout the year.