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Mecklenburg County Golf Facilities:
Fore! Or Actually Six... That's the number of golf facilities that the Mecklenburg County Park & Recreation Department is responsible for. Four (4) 18-hole courses, a 9-hole public course and driving range provide unique experiences for golfers of all skill levels. There's no better way to spend a sunny day in Charlotte than to tee up for 9 or 18 holes or practice your swing at the driving range.
The First Tee Learning Center @ Pineville NOW OPEN!10401 Cadillac Street
Pineville, NC 28134
980-819-8103Park and Recreation is excited to expand its partnership with First Tee. The driving range, which features lights to allow for nighttime range sessions, is open to the public and will also be a hub of programming the First Tee. Improvements continue to be made to the practice green and chipping areas to enhance the user experience.Charles T. Myers Golf Course 7817 Harrisburg RdCharlotte, NC 28215 (220 acres)704-536-1692Book OnlineThis 18-hole public golf course is located on the former Harrisburg Road landfill and named for the former County Commissioner (1969-1970) who, during his tenure, led the initiative to make the final use of the land a public golf course. The course was designed by Bill Love, and the front 9 opened in 1988 followed by the addition of the back 9 in 1997. The newly renovated Mini Verde Bermuda greens, a driving range, pro shop, snack bar and 3-hole learning course with stunning views and abundant wildlife makes Charles T. Myers a favorite of golfers all over the Charlotte region.
Yardage (back - 6783, middle - 6334, front - 5321)
Dr. Charles L. Sifford Golf Course at Revolution Park1225 Remount RoadCharlotte, NC 28208704-333-3949Book OnlineDr. Charles Sifford (formerly Revolution Park Golf Course) is a 9-hole gem with plenty of history that's located just 5 minutes from uptown Charlotte off I-77. It's the perfect course to play a round at either before or after work. The course opened in the 1930s and received a major makeover under the guidance of Clyde Johnson in 2010. In 2011 the course was renamed to honor Dr. Sifford, the pioneer and PGA legend who, as a child, fished golf balls out of Irwin Creek on the course, but could not play the course due to segregation. Amenities include Mini Verde Bermuda greens, a first-class driving range, practice chipping & putting areas and a pro shop and snack bar housed in the Revolution Park Sports Academy. Dr. Charles L. Sifford is also home to The First Tee of Greater Charlotte that reinforces nine core values to introduce golf to youth from all walks of life ages 18 and under.
Yardage (back - 2936, middle - 2745, front - 2260)Harry L. Jones, Sr. Golf Course (Temporarily Closed)1525 W. Tyvola RdCharlotte, NC 28217 (290 acres)704-357-3373Book OnlineThe Mecklenburg County Board of County Commissioners approved a request to rename this course for the former County Manager on June 6, 2017. "Challenging" is an appropriate description of this course. The 18-hole course was designed by Michael Hurdzan and opened in 1987 as a reclamation project on the former York Road Landfill and features bent-grass greens, a driving range, chipping & putting greens, a 3-hole learning course and a pro shop/snack bar.
Yardage (championship - 7390, back - 6730, middle - 6115, forward - 5315)
Sunset Hills800 Radio RdCharlotte, NC 28216 (265 acres)704-399-0980Book OnlineNestled in Northwest Charlotte, just 10 minutes up Highway 16 from Uptown Charlotte, Sunset Hills is the perfect place for beginning and intermediate players. Two distinctly different courses offer fun and non-intimidating rounds of golf. The "Old Course" is 18-holes designed by Porter Gibson and opened in 1991, featuring Bermuda greens, driving range, pro shops, snack bar, and a practice putting green. The "Learning Course" is 9 holes that were added in 2005, to offer a short course of all Par-3s for beginners, intermediate and advanced golfers to develop their skills. The Learning Course also features a Foot Golf Course.
Yardage (back - 6049, middle - 5593, front - 4527)The Tradition3800 Prosperity Church RoadCharlotte, NC 28269 (195 acres)704-503-7529Book OnlineA short drive up I-85 is this scenic course that was cut out of the dense hardwoods and rolling terrain of Northern Mecklenburg County, that opened in 1996. The course features bent grass greens, a double tier driving range, pro shop, restaurant, putting and chipping practice areas and tight tree-lined fairways. Strategic shot-making is key to scoring at the Tradition.
Yardage (back - 6978, middle - 6095, front - 5422)
Sports Wall of Fame
The Sports Wall of Fame, located at Revolution Park Sports Academy, serves to honor outstanding Mecklenburg County athletes, coaches and teams who have contributed significantly to either the development of athletes or to the excellence of sports programs in our area, or brough national and/or international recognition to Mecklenburg County.
Honorees by year are listed below:
2018: Frankie Bell, Robert "Git" Brown, Vicki Hamilton, Stephen Joyner, Sr., Philip "Big Daddy" Neely, Judy Rose
2017: Larry McAfee, Pettis Norman, Dick Stimart
2016: Calvin Brock, Kelvin Seabrooks, Lee Horton, Qi Horton, Andre Springs
2015: John T. Crawford, Walter Morgan, Anthony James
2014: Charles L. Sifford, James W. Black, Donald F. Littlejohn
On July 1, 2021 Mecklenburg County will increase service capacity. Read the latest service availability update.