Camping: no
Facilities: yes
Pay to Play: no
Handicap Accessible: no
Private: no
Tee Signs: yes

Course Details

Course Type: Permanent
# Holes: 18
Target Type: DISCatcher
Tee Type: Mixed
Elevation: Mostly Hilly
Foliage: Woodsy
Course Length: 5,931ft
Alternate Length: 7,608ft
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 5 | 300 - 400ft: 5 | Over 400ft: 8
Course Designer: Stan McDaniel, Mark Huether


I-77; Exit 36 Mooresville. West on Rte. 150 about 2 miles to a right on Perth Rd. towards airport, 2 miles, over a bridge on Lake Norman, to a left on Stumpy Creek Rd. Entrance is down the road on the right. Blue post on the right marks 1st tee (long position).


Course Map

Course Photos

Stumpy Creek

Course Reviews

by hueyman2 on Oct 9, 2014 at 4:08pm

Pros: In the summer this course is beautiful. With the final 9 baskets installed it isone of the more challenging courses in the Charlotte, NC area. There are shots for all skill levels. The original 9 have 2 tee locations so the course can be played multiple ways. The original 9 plays around fields that are OB. The last hole can get narrow as cars park along the fairway. The tight fairways through woods on the 9 new holes will challenge any skill level. There are short pads on 5 of the wooded holes to make the course have 32 hole locations. The elevation changes give this course the feel of a semi-mountain course. This course has a good mixture of shots that benefit thumbers, RHBH, right hand forehand. There are holes that are uphill, downhill, tight fairways, and wide open. You will find that this course now has more elevation change than any other course in Charlotte. A lot of work has been done recently to define clear landing areas and make some of the comon flight paths more fair.
Cons: If it is rainy watch your step as it gets slippery. The ball field OB's on the original 9 holes can make some shots tricky if it is a busy park day. Some players don't have the fitness to play this beast.
Other Thoughts: *Update 29 of 32 tee pads are concrete. If you are visiting or live in Charlotte, this is a course that you need to visit. If you like to use multiple types of throws or "problem solve" shots this course will give you good opportunity to do this. I will increase this rating once the tee-pads are leveled and filled with Concrete or Gravel. Also, the leaves are full out and the fairways have been widened and hangers cut out of the canopy. New holes and tee pad locations make the par 65. Some players don't have the fitness to play this beast. Stick to the original outside 9 holes. 2 holes have been combined so to play the outside you could get 16 holes in by playing both long and short locations.

Check out a "little" of the work that the parks department has been doing recently.
I'll upload more soon. They are putting in steps faster than I can find time to play.