The Divide Golf Club

Located in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, the Divide Golf Club is a traditional 18-hole golf course designed by John Casell. The golf course was opened to the public in 1995, and offers golf enthusiasts and visitors the spacious fairways and well-maintained rolling grass greens, which are evenly sprinkled among all 18 holes.  The golf course makes for an exciting golf vacation destination, not only because it offers a suitable challenge for golfers of any skill level, but it also has splendid leisure and dining facilities.

The Divide Golf Club got its name from its unique location. The course is actually situated in both Mecklenburg and Union counties, hence the name Divide. It was voted in 1997 by Charlotte’s Best Magazine as the city’s Best Golf Course, which is enough reason for you to add it to your next golf vacation package plans. The course features over 6,973 yards of golf, especially from the longest tees, for a par of 72. The course rating stands at 74.4, and slope rating is at 137.  The course is a nice place to sharpen all facets of your game. It has a grass tee driving range, a chipping green with sand bunker, and a sizable putting green.

The Divide Golf Course provides a very god mix of easy and difficult holes. However, to score fairly well on this course, you need to make sure that you keep your tee shots in play. The Divide Golf Club is a residential course that’s located off I-485 in the Matthews-Mint Hill locale. From the highway, one can view several holes as they drive by. It’s basically a fun course to play, and makes for a magnificent weekend golf vacation destination. With tight fairways, bunkered greens, water and other challenging obstacles, the Divide Golf Club truly lives up to its name as one of Charlotte’s best golf courses.

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