TPC at Piper Glen, Piper Glen Course

(704) 846-1515

Raintree Country Club, North Course

(704) 541-8880

Raintree Country Club, South Course

(704) 541-8880

Cedarwood Country Club, Cedarwood Course

(704) 542-0206

Providence Country Club, Providence Course

(704) 846-8475

The Golf Club At Ballantyne, Golf Club Course

(704) 248-4383

Ballantyne Country Club, Ballantyne Course

(704) 341-3113

Carmel Country Club, North Course

(704) 945-9630

Carmel Country Club, South Course

(704) 945-9630

Quail Hollow Club, Quail Hollow Course

(704) 552-1727

Myers Park Country Club, Myers Park Course

(704) 376-0745

Renaissance Park Golf Course, Renaissance Park Course

(704) 357-3373

Pine Lake Country Club, Pine Lake Course

(704) 545-4513

Dr. Charles L. Sifford Golf Course At Revolution Park

(704) 333-3985

Charlotte Country Club, Charlotte Course

(704) 334-0836

Carolina Golf Club, Carolina Course

(704) 392-6366

12 miles from the center of Charlotte.

Charles T. Myers Golf Course, Charles T. Myers Course

(704) 536-1692

Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation, Olde Sycamore Course

(704) 573-1000

The Palisades Country Club, Palisades Course

(704) 504-0099

Larkhaven Golf Club, Larkhaven Course

(704) 545-4653

Sunset Hills Public Golf Course, Sunset Hills Course

(704) 399-0980

Sunset Hills Public Golf Course, Par 3 Learning Course

(704) 399-0980

Paradise Valley Golf Center, Paradise Valley Course

(704) 548-1808

Pine Island Country Club, Pine Island Course

(704) 394-1011

Oak Hills Golf Course, Oak Hills Course

(704) 394-2834

The Tradition Golf Club, Tradition Course

(704) 503-7529

Highland Creek Golf Club, Highland Creek Course

(704) 875-9000

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