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Vacation Town home   John at 5/15/08 8:38am
I am looking for a townhouse in the Charlotte area in a golf community. It will be a vacation home for my wife and I. Any suggestions?
New course added and other condition updates   B-Man at 5/14/08 10:02pm
I've added Carolina Lakes Golf Club (Indian Land, SC) to the roster. I've still got to get out there and post my review, though. Let me know if you've played there and how you liked it.

Also, I received some quick updates from J.D.:

Waterford -- Greens are in good shape and lightning quick as usual. But the fairways could be a bit better, even with our drought conditions.

Carolina Lakes -- Probably one of the best courses in South Charlotte. Excellent condition. Good luck trying to hold the greens on anything more than a PW.

Emerald Lake -- Good greens, but the course was in better condition earlier in the year.

Springfield -- Fantastic condition and still one of the toughest off-the-tee courses around.
Leatherman Golf Learning Center   B-Man at 5/14/08 9:31pm
I just checked out LGLC this week. What a great place to practice all parts of your game. I was impressed. They have dozens of artificial tee mats as well as a traditional grass tee area. I enjoyed using the soft tee mats on the bottom. They feel like solid turf, don't mark up your clubs and they accommodate regular golf tees. There's also a great chipping green with a sand bunker.

Buckets start at $6 for 45 balls and they offer memberships, lessons and group outings. Inside the well-stocked pro shop, you can also get a few cold ones to drink while you practice. I'll definitely be back.

If you sign up on their web site, you can get an email discount for a free small bucket right off the bat.
Golfing for Aidan Tournament   Briana Atwell at 5/13/08 9:30am
"Golfing for Aidan" Benefit Tournament
Proceeds will go toward 2 y/o Aidan Wright to help with the purchase of equipment and ongoing therapy needed to recover from a near drowning accident in February.

June 14, 2008 at Rocky River Golf Club in Concord
Shot Gun start
Longest Drive and Closest to the pin contest
125/individual or 400/team of 4, includes dinner catered by the club house
OPEN TO EVERYONE
Lots of fun and prizes to give away
Also holding a raffle full of wonderful and exciting items

For more information and to register please visit
www.golfingforaidan.com

For more information about Aidan and his recovery please visit: www.prayforaidan.com

Feel free to e-mail golfingforaidan@gmail.com or call 704-315-8820 with questions. Look forward to hearing from you and look forward to seeing you at the event!
Re: Local Golf Tournaments   Briana Atwell at 5/13/08 9:23am
Hello,
We are hosting a benefit golf tournament for a local child in Concord who was a near drowning victim. The tournament is June 14, 2008 at Rocky River Golf Club in Concord. It is 125/individual or 400/team of 4. This includes your dinner. It is going to be a fun day of golf to support a wonderful cause. We hope to see you there. For more information please visit www.golfingforaidan.com or feel free to e-mail me at golfingforaidan@gmail.com or call 704-315-8820. Thanks, Briana
Looking for members at local private courses   B-Man at 5/7/08 12:57pm
Hey everyone -- I'm looking for members of Charlotte-area private courses to host me (and one friend) in a round of golf this summer so I can check out several of the local membership-only courses. There are several I've never played or only once or twice. Here's a short list to name a few: Longview, Providence CC, Firethorne, Ballantyne CC, Myers Park, Carmel CC, Cedarwood, Raintree, Piper Glen, Rolling Hills, Palisades, and oh yeah, Quail Hollow (ha!).

If you're interested or know a member who might be, send me a note and let me know. Email B-Man.
Re: Local Golf Tournaments   Greg Ruffino at 5/2/08 10:43am
I have just the one for you, go to www.rira.com. RiRa Irish Pub and Restaurant of uptown Charlotte is putting on their first annual charity golf classic. It is on Monday September 15th, Charlotte Golf Links (485 and Providence). The fee is only $80 per player, $320 per foursome. Handicaps and previous tournament scoring will be irrelevant to sign up as the tournament will be a nice mix of a competitiveness, fun and of course charity fund raising with St. Baldricks childhood cancer research. To sign up go to www.rira.com and from their you can follow all the prompts. Of all competitors, one will win a trip for two to Ireland, we'll also have all the other fun classics, a $10,000 hole in one and lots of door prizes, giveaways and food and bev provided.
Local Golf Tournaments   Ryan at 4/30/08 8:15pm
Does anyone know of upcoming tournaments that are open to the public? Myself and a friend are registering for another tournament in August and it requires 2 posted tournament scores. Thanks.
Skybrook   CLTgolfer at 4/21/08 5:39pm
I played Skybrook 2 weeks ago and it was in pretty good shape. The greens are starting to come back after being punched several weeks back and the fairways are getting green.
Regent Park   CLTgolfer at 4/21/08 5:36pm
I played Regent Park last week for the first time. I was very unimpressed after all of the talk I had heard about it. Greens, fairways, and tee boxes were all in bad shape. Practice facility was pretty beat up as well. Most of the bunkers were very nice though. Not worth the Friday rate to play there.
re: Golf/Lessons   Kissed Off at 4/20/08 9:10am
Kathy, to read what others have to say about Kis Golf, visit www.kisgolfblog.com
Kis Golf   JR at 4/13/08 5:34pm
Anyone tyring to research Kis Golf, try
www.kisgolf.blogspot.com
www.kisgoldfblog.com
and www.golfblogger.com

Don't know if its good or bad, but there are some strong opinions about it.
golf communities   wayne at 3/31/08 8:31pm
A great resource for north carolina golf communities if your looking for a golf community to live and play...
BLOOM Golf Tournament   Elizabeth at 3/27/08 10:05am
You are invited to participate in the BLOOM Charity Golf Tournament! Here are few exciting details:

- hole-in-one contests sponsored by Mercedes-Benz!!
- steak/chicken dinner sponsored by Outback Steakhouse
- golfer gift bags including movie ticket packages, cigars, and more
- live music by Shane Williams and band
- exciting contest prizes and silent auction items including vacation packages, Sea World passes, jewelry, restaurant gift cards, memorabilia signed by PGA professionals, and much more!

The entry fee of $100 includes lunch, round of golf, dinner/concert, and golfer gift bag. Additional dinner/after party tickets can also be purchased for $10 each. All proceeds will go towards improving the lives of orphans in our community and around the world! If you and/or someone you know is interested in playing please let me know as soon as possible because we have a limited number of spots for players.

Again, here are the details:
Bloom Charity Golf Tournament
Monday, April 21 2008
Springfield Golf Club
10:30 registration
12:00 shotgun start

Hope you'll join us for the big day! To find our more about Bloom and the tournament you can visit our website at www.bloomproject.org or register via email at elizabeth@bloomproject.org
Larkhaven Golf Club   larry at 3/19/08 3:02am
Larkhaven is in the best shape i've ever seen it! The fairways are great, its nice to play on green grass in the fall and winter, you can really tell this course is going to be one of best ones in town before long! They also have one of longest running tournaments in Charlotte coming up at the end of April. I think everyone should check this course out! Great conditions.
Charlotte Clippers Charity Golf Tournament   Kelvin Mapp at 3/15/08 9:34pm
WHEN: Saturday, March 22, 2008
8:00 AM Registration
9:00 AM Shotgun Start

WHERE: Westport Golf Club
7494 Golf Course Road South
Denver, North Carolina 28037
(704) 489-8088
www.westportgc.com

FORMAT: 4-Person Captain's Choice
No Handicaps

COST: $60Per Person (Includes Greens Fee, Cart, Lunch, Snacks, Prizes and LOTS OF FUN!!!)
** A portion of the proceeds will be used to establish a scholarship fund **

INFO: www.tournevents.com/Clippers

The Charlotte Clipper AAU Basketball Organization will host a golf tournament on Saturday, March 22nd. The tournament will be held at The Westport Golf Club. There will be a shotgun start at 9:00 A.M. using a four-person captain’s choice format with teams being formed from the entries.
The cost of the tournament is $60.00, which will include a round of golf, cart fee, and prizes. Lunch will be provided at the end of the round.
The Charlotte Clippers are a Boys Youth Basketball organization which is a Non-Profit group of volunteers dedicated to the promotion and development of youth basketball. The Clippers are made up of unpaid volunteers that believe that young people benefit in a number of ways from organized athletic experiences.

Prizes will be awarded for closest to the pin on a Par-3, and longest drives for men and women. Tournament prizes will include golf lessons and golf clubs. Additional prizes will be awarded through a random drawing.

The tournament is limited to the first 100 golfers to register and pay the tournament fee. A full field is anticipated, and registration is on a first-received, first-accepted basis. The registration deadline is March 15th, and there will be no refunds after March 15th. If you wish to choose your playing partner(s), please make the request by including their name(s) on the entry form below, and an effort will be made to honor your request.

For additional information, contact tournament chairman Carlton Cammon (704-299-1050) carlton.cammon@charlotteclippers.com or Kelvin Mapp (704-847-8006) kelvin.mapp@charlotteclippers.com.

Tournament registration and information is available at www.tournevents.com/Clippers.

Events and prizes:
Tee Buster
Mulligans
Closest to the pin prize
Longest drive prize
Door prizes
Lunch will be provided

Please print this page and fill out the registration information below and mail it to Carlton Cammon at 12843 Spirit Bound Way Charlotte, NC 28273.
Registration can also be completed at www.tournevents.com/Clippers. Please use the Signup/Player Signup link at the top of the page. Credit card, eCheck & PayPal payments are accepted.

REGISTRATION FORM
Deadline October 20th. No refunds after October 20th.

Name: ___________________________________________

Address: _________________________________________

________________________________________________

City, State ZIP: ____________________________________

Phone / e-mail: ____________________________________


Playing partner(s) preferences:

1. _____________________________

2. _____________________________

3. _____________________________


Send Registration form with your check made payable to:
Charlotte Clippers
GOLF CHANNEL Amateur Tour   Director at 3/11/08 3:06pm
The GOLF CHANNEL Amateur Tour is coming to Charlotte. Whether you're a 2 or a 20+ handicap, you can feel the excitment and pressures of competing for the title of "Champion". This year the GOLF CHANNEL Amateur Tour, the largest amateur tour in the nation, will host 700 tournaments for nearly 6500 members in 60 cities including Canada and Puerto Rico....all culminationg in 2008 National Championship.

The Tour is open to all interested golfers, regardless of handicap index, gender, or age. The GOLF CHANNEL Amateur Tour truly is a golf tour made....JUST FOR YOU.

Sign up or find out more information about the GOLF CHANNEL Amateur Tour - Charlotte by visiting http://www.thegolfchannel.com/GALeagueTournament/tour.asp?TOUR_ID=382 or contact Shane Hawks- Tour Director at shawks@theaagt.com or by phone at 336.409.1130.
Charlotte National   Brian at 3/7/08 1:09pm
Played this course yesterday (1st time)a day an 1/2 after heavy down pours in Charlotte. However with a very nice day the next day and an even better day the day we played, the course was still soaked!! Drainge seems to be a problem here. The only thing that was good was the true greens. Also with water on almost every hole its best to bring some extra balls. Not real impressed, especially for the price. Better deals and courses at Monroe CC and Stonebridge.
Monroe Country Club   Terry at 2/29/08 4:20pm
I am fairly new to Charlotte and have found Monroe CC to be porbably the most challenging layout I have played, especially in winter conditions. The Ross nine can be extremely difficult if you start missing greens or end up on the wrong side of a slope or false front. The greens are running at almost US Open speeds at times. Above the pin? Forget it! You will need to be able to get up and down from 30-45 yds. Not a long course but keeping it in play is a must. If you love Ross courses or old courses in general this is a must.

When compared to the $55 + rounds at other courses in the area $35 on a weekend is truly a bargain.
Charlotte courses   Earl at 2/24/08 1:52pm
I have been coming to South Carolina for every year for about ten years with a group of eight. We have an "unwritten rule": Always play Birkdale in Huntersville, north of Charlotte. It is an Arnold Palmer course with lots of neat/challenging holes - and the pub is great with good menu. We usually end our week of golf with the golf at Birkdale and lunch. I would also give high marks for Regent Park and Waterford.
Golf in March   JOhn at 2/23/08 10:24am
I am coming to charlotte fo r a business trip in March. I would like to know what is the best option for a Friday morning?
Pinehurst area golf packages   wayne m at 2/17/08 9:47pm
Discount golf packages in North Carolina by NC Golfers including Pinehurst area golf packages
Golf Fitness to Improve your game   Alan Smith at 2/3/08 4:35pm
I can fix your body to play better golf and be less injury prone. All the pros - men and women - do golf fitness, do you?

I am a Titleist Performance Institute Certified Golf Fitness Instructor and Pilates for Golf Coach Certified Golf Instructor. During the 2006-7 season I worked with the Queens University womens golf team and they had their first tournament win EVER. I've held clincs in Charlotte and Columbia and work one-on-one or groups. I've written many articles on golf fitness, co-authored a book with Mike Wright of Mike Wrights Golf Pilates (see http://www.mikewrightsgolfpilates.com )
Read more about me, my program and golf fitness philosophy at my website www.performgolf.com and feel free to contact me at fitgolf418@yahoo or call 704-877-9556.
Golf Classic benefiting animal rescue   melanie stines at 2/2/08 10:16pm
Hi my name is Melanie Stines I am the fundraising coordinator for the Animal Adoption League a non-profit animal rescue. We are holding our 1st Annual Wishes For Whiskers Golf Classic benefiting the Animal Adoption League we need to get golfers, sponsors or PRIZE gifts for this event. Any help you can give us would be greatly appreciated by us and the animals. My contact info is below, feel free to call with any help or questions you may have. To learn more about the Animal Adoption League go to www.mynextpet.com
Melanie Stines 704-820-9772 or email barkcitydoggie@yahoo.com
This event will take place at Glen Oaks Golf Club in Maiden NC

Best Regards,
Melanie Stines
Top 3 Courses - South Charlotte-Burbs   TG at 1/18/08 8:20pm
Planning a trip down in mid April and need 3 different courses to play. We've played Regent Park and it's been in good shape/nice layout. Same for Ballantyne. but that was 4 years ago. Are both still well conditioned. Also need a recommendation for a 3rd and would like to stay south of the city. Is Emerald Lake a higher end course which is what we're looking for?
NC Golf Community   NCGolfers at 1/6/08 10:48pm
A Cool site for North Carolina Golfers NC Golfers
Divide/Charlotte Golf Links   Jamie at 12/20/07 10:30am
I played The Divide yesterday, and it was fairly OK. The greens are in pretty good shape, but a little inconsistent with respect to speed. The course that continues to struggle somewhat with its greens is Charlotte Golf Links. I played there two weeks ago, and about 1/3 of the greens had been re-aerated! Putting was pretty tough that day.
The Divide   Notsogood at 12/14/07 8:47pm
12/14/07 Divide is in horrible shape. Emerald Lake, Old Sycamore and Charlotte National all look like Ireland compared to the Divide. $60.00 for no yardage in the fairways; very inaccurate GPS, slow carts,leaves everywhere and poorly maintained greens and tee boxes.
egolf   holeitout at 11/15/07 1:37pm
I recently came across this great place to learn how to play golf. They have computers, cameras and a simulator where I played Pebble Beach. Check out the site... www.egolf.com. This place has totally helped out my game!
Re: KIS Country Club and Golf Academy   Aaron at 10/30/07 8:31pm
The KIS golf system is actually very impressive and can help golfers of all levels. I am a member and my handicap dropped 10 strokes in the first 3 months of using the clubs (low 80's). Also, I do not think they are "cheesy". I highly recommend anyone to check them out.


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