Highland Creek Golf Club

Stretching over 7,000 yards from the back tees and features, the Highland Creek Golf Club offers both picturesque views and a challenging round of golf. It’s located in a master-planned community that’s smacked in the heart of the thriving University area in North Charlotte. This golf vacation destination is also popularly referred to as Charlotte’s “Crown Jewel”, and was designed by Clifton, Ezell and Clifton. The course was carefully planned to match with the existing natural beauty of the area, and seamlessly winds through the towering trees and twisting creeks.

The Highland Creek Golf Club is an 18-hole championship course that consistently ranks among the best and toughest public golf courses in the Charlotte metropolitan area. The course opened in 1993, and is currently managed by the IRI Golf Club. Its main features include 4 sets of tees and four individual tee boxes per hole, 72 bunkers, five lakes and water features on all 13 holes. The course layout also features Bermuda fairways and bent grass greens. It has a course rating of 72.1 and a slope rating of 133. This amazing golf vacation destination has a fully-stocked pro shop, practice facilities, and a full-service dining facility that offers splendid views of 18th hole and adjacent lake.

While visiting Charlotte, or when planning for your next golf vacation package, be sure to check out the Highland Creek Golf Course, located at 7100 Highland Creek Parkway. The golf club is open all-year round, and the peak seasons run from March through November. Highland Creek also hosts a wide array of tournaments, and serves as a preferred location for weddings, birthday parties, corporate meetings and other special occasions. The real estate options here include detached, single-family and patio homes, which offer marvelous views of the golf course and lake.


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