Trump National Golf Club, Charlotte, previously named The Point Lake and Golf Club is a private, 18-hole golf course located in Mooresville, North Carolina.
The golf course at Trump National Golf Club, Charlotte first opened for play in 1999. The course was designed by Greg Norman.
More than two-thirds of the holes play directly along or over the water on this beautiful, diverse course, which presents challenges to golfers of all skill levels.
Trump National Golf Club, Charlottes measures 7,037 yards from the championship tees and plays to a par-72.
April 11, 2012
By Jack Crittenden
Less than two weeks after closing on Doral Resort, Donald Trump is about to
close on another golf course, this time in Charlotte, N.C.
Members of The Point Lake and Golf Club voted to sell their club to Trump for
Trump plans to rename it Trump National Golf Club, Charlotte. He will assume
liabilities spend millions to improve the Greg Norman-designed course, tennis
courts and facilities.
The vote came after months of debate in the exclusive community. Homes at The
Point currently sell for more than $1 million. Some opponents worried the deal
would raise home prices so much that it would price them out of the
Others said the course and buildings needed upgrades and that Trump could
make the club one of the region's best.
Trump started talking about buying The Point two years ago with then-operator
Crescent Resources, which built the 900-lot community and the club. Crescent
transferred ownership to community residents at the end of last year.
Crescent Resources built the community in the late 1990s and it has attracted
NASCAR drivers, sports figures, medical professionals and executives from the
nearby Lowe's Cos. headquarters. The median house size is 4,500 to 5,000 square
feet, and the average lot size is an acre.
In 2006, the average home price was more than $1 million. With gray, Cape
Cod-style buildings and streets named Easton and Moor's End, the community
offers club facilities, a tavern, a general store, a cobbler, a village green
and a meeting house connected by a cobblestone road. All homeowners must be club
members and pay annual dues ranging from $2,100 to $6,600 in addition to
initiation costs and other fees. More than 60 percent of club members hold an