Tee boxes - above average Fairways - excellent Greens - below average Played the course more times than I can count in the last 5 years. The greens were the best the crew can make them, but more than half of them have dead spots. They put the flags in the best spots,...
Played Charlotte National Golf Club today (8/1) for the first time. Passed Emerald Lake on the way and was reminded of the excellent course there; was hoping today’s round at Charlotte National would be just as good. It definitely was up there.
The course is in great shape for this time of year. Greens rolled well and looked good. It’s a very open course but it does present some challenges. The last three hole (depending on pin placement) are not as easy as they look.
You may get a little scared pulling up to the course, as its clubhouse is a triple-wide trailer and the cart barn in more like a fenced-in cart jail. But don’t be threatened. The owners definitely put the money into the course.
We paid $27 for weekend twilight %!
28after 2 p.m.). The two of us went out on our own and didn’t once see a group in front of us.
Would definitely play Charlotte National again. Couldn’t find the course’s Web site (don’t think they have one), but you should call them up to get a tee time and rates. Good value.
P.S. B-Man, love your site. Just discovered it this week. Thanks for having this resource available for the local golf community.