Charlotte, North Carolina is popularly called the Queen City of The South and the City of Churches. This lovely metropolis serves as the county seat of Mecklenburg County. It offers a lot of attractions for tourists, and has a lovely collection of golf courses for both pro and amateur golfers. The golf course styles in the state range from parkland to Scottish-links styles, and are either public or private. Here’s a closer look at one of the lovely golf vacation destinations in Charlotte, the Charlotte Golf Links.
Charlotte Golf Links takes each golfer through fine rolling terrain, evergreen gardens, colorful flower fields and skirt ponds. The course has a clubhouse that’s surrounded by the 18th green, providing guests with splendid views of the area as they have their breakfast or lunch. The club has been voted Charlotte’s # 1 public course, and until today it continues to set the benchmark for public golf vacation destinations in the state. It has a grill room and driving range that’s lit all throughout the season, along with a golf shop that sells a wide array of premium men’s and women’s apparel. The pro shop also has gift certificates available for tournament and other gift-giving requirements.
Built in 1993, the Charlotte Golf Links was designed by Tom Doak, a renowned golf course architect. Tom Doak already has four courses ranked among the world’s top 100, according to Golf Magazine. These include Cape Kidnappers in New Zealand, Bambougle Dunes in Tasmania, Ballyneal in Colorado and more. The Charlotte Golf Links club is an 18-hole, par 71 course that’s 6,700 yards long, from the championship tees. Built on rolling terrain, it offers a number of water hazards and other unique obstacles throughout the course. The course’s main holes include the 201 yard-long par three16th, where golfers can enjoy fabulous scenic views, making it very suitable choice for your next golf vacation package.