The course was in very good shape, but the greens were still slow (as the last review noted). Once you adjust to the speed, it’s fine because there are no problems with the greens. Very few ball marks — which compared to other bent grass courses like Emerald Lake is an accomplishment worthy of note. They had us start on the back 9 – no reason given, but whatever. There were no marshals on the course — it was the 4th of July afterall — and so we ran into a roadblock with slow play on our 10th hole. There was also no cart girl on a 90+ degree day. Again, it’s a holiday so I assumed they were just under staffed. The GPS touchscreen in our cart was non-functional so we couldn’t really use it to check distances. I also noted that while the scorecard had up to date ratings for the tee boxes, they have not been updated on GHIN. So I couldn’t post my score with the right tee ratings. Those are all little things, granted, but they added up. So this course has the potential to be a 5 star gem around Charlotte. For now, I gave it 4. Happy 4th y’all!