Skybrook Golf Club

Snuggled-up amidst picturesque rolling terrains, the Skybrook Golf Club offers one of the most amazing views in the Charlotte metro area. The championship-caliber 18-hole golf course was opened for play in 2002, and has blossomed to become the “most favored to play” course by golfers in North Carolina. This lovely golf vacation destination offers the dramatic elevation changes and landing areas, which provide players a challenging yet friendly round of golf.

The Skybrook Golf Club was designed by noted golf course architect and designer John LaFoy. LaFoy ingeniously designed the course in such a way that it perfectly blends with the dramatic elevation changes, gorgeous natural scenery, and rolling hills and come up with the impressive championship golf facility. The course also provides guests with the best views of the landscape, all across its 7,000 yards of terrain. In this golf vacation escape, each golf hole has five tee boxes, which allow golfers of all skill levels to competitively play and fully savor the fresh air and stunning natural scenery.

The Skybrook Golf Club has successfully retained its moniker as Charlotte’s “most favored to play” course. Covering the vast lands of mountain-like terrain, this exciting golf vacation package option serves as the centerpiece of the classy Skybrook community. Here, both players and tourists will find a wide assortment of leisure and lifestyle facilities. A well-appointed Swim and Racquet Club,  practice facilities like chipping areas with practice bunker, grass tees and putting greens are a few of the perks offered. LaFoy, like in his previous projects, has made it a habit of putting bunkers between 800 and 1,000 yards in front of the greens, which make them deceivingly look like greenside traps. These, among many other reasons, make Skybrook a truly impressive and extra-challenging golf course.


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