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7001 Highland Creek Parkway
Charlotte, NC 28269
(704) 875-9000
www.charlottegolf.com
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This 18-hole Championship course, designed by Clifton, Ezell, and Clifton, has been rated both the best and the toughest public golf course in the Charlotte area. Designed with extra care to preserve the natural beauty of the area, Highland Creek Golf Club winds through towering trees and meandering creeks. Highland Creek Golf Club offers the perfect golf setting. The course stretches to over 7,000 yards from the back tees and features Bent grass greens, Bermuda fairways, four sets of tees, 72 bunkers, five lakes, and water features on 13 holes. The challenging layout will make for an enjoyable game amidst some of the most picturesque golf holes in Charlotte. Highland Creek will offer all golfers a challenging round. Experience for yourself why the Highland Creek Golf Club is "Charlotte's Crown Jewel.
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Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total
Gold (73.9/138) 405 535 196 419 396 233 362 393 402 405 212 560 398 400 446 395 199 487 6843
Blue (71.7/133) 368 510 165 392 370 211 531 375 372 373 188 542 360 369 409 374 151 460 6520
White (69.0/126) 333 483 127 364 340 178 510 370 320 334 167 527 332 333 364 327 140 452 6001
                                       
                                       
Par 4 5 3 4 4 3 5 4 4 4 3 5 4 4 4 4 3 5 72
                                       
                                       
Red (70.1/125) 267 421 92 338 311 136 470 287 275 255 116 446 288 292 303 272 111 400 5080
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Reviews - 7
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  Blair Wright
Wednesday, August 20th, 2014
We went out there a couple weeks ago and the improvements were dramatic. The bunkers were all redone with new sand. The fairways were very good, we played the ball down no problem. The tee boxes were good and the greens were 110% better. There were a few spots of bare area around the edge of maybe 5 greens yet didnt affect play. 95% of the green surface areas were good and rolled really well. The course is 90% back. Very very playable and a fun course to play. 

  Scott Owens
Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

I was just out here recently and their greens (if you can call them that) were terrible.  I'm not the best putter in the world, but when you putt towards the hole, the ball shouldn't jump 3 inches off the line it was rolling on. 

I like the layout here and will be back once they fix the putting surfaces.

 

  Rick Scherer
Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

We played this course yesterday and I was very disappointed at the shape of this course.  This use to be one of the premier courses in the area, but now it's in really bad shape.  I would say that about 50% of all the greens have dirt dead spots that there is no way to even putt through.  A majority of the tees boxes are complete dirt as well.  The fairways were decent and the rough was low so approach shots were decent.  There are definitely many other options out there that I would play before deciding to play here...at least for now.

 

  Jeremy
Monday, January 25th, 2010

Needless to say after the inches of rain yesterday and overnight, course played very wet and long today.  20-30 mph winds were helping dry it out at least, it was noticably drier as we finished.  Not much in the way of standing water, just drenched.  Fairways and rough were in great condition other than soggy, but I can't understand why it appears no golfer can fix a ball mark here.  This is one of my favorite tracks in Charlotte, tough and challenging layout that uses every club in your bag, always in great shape, but you find more damage from unrepaired marks here than any other I play regularly.  Take away that, and the greens were rolling true, and despite the rain, quite firm.  As golfers, we need to do more to help the supers keep these courses up to the standards they are trying to attain.  A properly repaired mark heals fully in 2-3 days.  A mark left of repaired poorly takes a month or more. 

 

  Rick
Monday, January 25th, 2010

I agree with Jeremy.  Why don't golfers fix a ball mark?  Or rake a sand trap?  We all need to do our part to help keep these courses in the best possible condition!

 

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