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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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Welcome Forums Charlotte Golf Awesome Article on Changing Greens in the Carolinas Reply To: Awesome Article on Changing Greens in the Carolinas

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Paul

yo, slomofo,
that is a perfect example…That is where I wonder if Ballentyne and Springfield have a different type of mini verde, or different soil underneath, or just maintain it differently, etc….
I played Gastonia this morning, and the ball just releases on everything regardless…But, like you, I have played springfield, and been able to stop the ball how I need to…
I have not played ballentyne in a long, long time…
I am def not a grass expert..or a golf one for that matter…just curious as the difference between the different courses when all the clubs say they have the same grass now.
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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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