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Charlotte National Golf Club


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6/22/24: Review by Ace

Another solid round of golf at Charlotte National. The course is crispy and the greens are quite firm, but that is to be expected with the lack of rain recently. The greens did roll true and pins were in some difficult positions - several pins were just a couple yards on...

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There are simply 2 camps: 1) Play ready golf, no excuses for spending too much time, we’re not pro’s and our livelihood doesn’t depend on our results, we love golf but we would rather spend 4-5 hours playing than 5-6 hours playing, we don’t like waiting, and waiting, and waiting to hit a shot 2) We are here to enjoy ourselves, we love the camaraderie, what’s the hurry, my ball got lost so I need to look for it

So we should have 2 types of courses, or 2 types of play even if on different days. Fast Play: 4-4 1/2 hour max, enforced, sorry if you don’t like it, but get out of the way. And Slow Play: the round may take 5 hours, don’t sweat it, quit trying to push the pace.

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6/22/24: Review by Ace

Another solid round of golf at Charlotte National. The course is crispy and the greens are quite firm, but that is to be expected with the lack of rain recently. The greens did roll true and pins were in some difficult positions - several pins were just a couple yards on...

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