Tega Cay Golf Club has three 9-hole courses. They are The Carolina Pines Course, The Cove Course and The Grand View Course. They can be paired to form 3 different 8 hole courses.
The original two 9-hole segments were The Carolina Pines Course and The Cove Course. They opened for play in 1971 and were designed by William B. Lewis, Jr. and Russell F. Breedon. Carolina Pines plays to a par-36 and a maximum distance of 3,240 yards. The Cove course plays to a par-35 and a maximum distance of 2,914 yards.
The newest of the 9-hole courses is The Grand View. The Grand View was designed in the early 2000s by Clifton, Ezell & Clifton.The Grand View plays to a par-36 and a maximum distance of 3,276 yards.
$31 (cart included), played on Wednesday, June 2016 at 8:00 AM
Best greens in the area. Course is in great shape; excellent traps - very well maintained. Few blind shots that require course knowledge; not exceptionally long and there is a premium on keeping the ball in play. Probably not an ideal layout for bombers off the tee. Location and layout are very well design to take advantage of the topography. The 10th and 18th holes on the Grande View are 2 of the best golf holes in the Charlotte area. There is a 3rd nine (the Cove), which is not up to par with the other 2 nines. Recommend playing the Carolina Pines and Grande View for the most enjoyment.
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