The Carolina Lakes Golf Course opened for play in 2006. The course was designed by Timothy O. Freeland.
Carved between the Catawba River, tall pines, maples, and oak trees, Carolina Lakes Golf Club is an upscale daily fee facility. With natural streams and several ponds, Carolina Lakes Golf Club is a challenging but fair 7,140 yard, par 72 championship golf course. Five sets of tees allow golfers of all ages and abilities to enjoy the championship layout. The course hsa a sixth or family tee setting the course up as a par 55 course, with 17 par 3â€™s and one par 4, sort of a course inside a course. The course has elevation changes, which are not only part of the beauty of the course, but also add to the challenge. Well placed bunkers and water hazards require players to use every shot in their bag.
$36 (cart included), played on Wednesday, April 2012 at 2pm
This is a challenging layout that winds through a retirement community, but don't worry, the homes are rarely in play. ;) This course is long and requires several forced carries, it has lots of elevation changes and the greens are almost always in good shape. They are bent grass I think and they have to water them frequently during the summer heat but they are in excellent shape now. All in all a fun course to play unless you get behind a couple of groups of residents, then it can slow down a bit.
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