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: Concrete
Elevation: Mostly Hilly
Foliage: Mixed - Trees/Open
Course Length: 5,425ft
Alternate Length: 6,597ft
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 8 | 300 - 400ft: 8 | Over 400ft: 3
Course Designer: Stan McDaniel, Mark Huether


From I-77 north of downtown Charlotte; exit 25 (Hwy 73). Go 4.7 miles east on Hwy 73 to the park on the right. If from I-85; exit 55 (Hwy 73). Go 7.5 miles west, park at light on left. Go straight into the back of the park (softball field parking). 1st tee is in the woods to the right of the playground equipment.


Schleppy #7526
Phone: 704-787-0230

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Course Reviews

by hueyman2 on Oct 9, 2014 at 3:57pm

This course is in a very pretty park in North Charlotte (Huntersville). The park is new and safe. There is a practice throwing field by hole 1 and 2 and a practice basket (also long #18 basket) by hole 1. This park has a few unique features. One is hole 8, the crop circle hole. Another is a few basket placements that allow for safety if they are run at. You can throw long on hole 10 and the basket is against a boulder that will be a back stop. On hole 12, longer throwers will be able to bomb a drive off a hill and keep the disc next to the basket. This is a different style of NC golf. There are roll away putt holes, 2, 3, 4, 12, 16, 18 to keep us all honest. The course has long 700' holes and short 200' holes that weave in and out of fields and woods. This course will remind you most of Hornet's Nest in my opinion. The fairways are some of the fairest in Charlotte with no trees to navigate in the center of them. Hole 9 and 10 have have an obstical 6' from the basket. Hitting this will probably net you a 2. You will have to hit a fairway on the wooded holes, but they are generous and clear fairways. Hole 16 (a down hill gauntlet to a rock formation) will be the signature hole you will empty your bag on.

There is some elevation here... probably second to RL Smith but it is a pretty easy walk. The bridges are safe and the sturdiest in Charlotte. Holes 8-11 is "cedar alley." Cedar trees define the fairways or bunker areas in the fairways. This may remind you of old 11-12 at Reniassance Park (which are missed!) The only real disc eating (by vegetation) holes will be 8 and 11. Hole 3 and 12 throw along retention ponds that are mostly empty but will be OB. Water holes are a rarity in Charlotte so this is nice, discs will only be eaten after large rains. A small creek comes in to play on holes 4 and 16 that adds some variety to the course. Limited bathroom use when soccer field is closed. Hole 8 will eat discs if you are not accurate or choose not to layup. There are few benches and trashcans yet. I think this will be a favorite to many in the Charlotte Area, I cannot wait to run a PDGA here.
UPDATE* Made a transition from 4 basket to 14 tee. You can play a 9 hole loop bringing you back to the parking lot this way.

by krumhanb on Aug 16, 2012 at 11:46pm

This was a really fun and challenging course to play. While I couldn't find a map on the internet or at the park, once you make it to the 1st tee, there are good directions with arrows on trees and signs on tees. This course is basically in the woods with a couple of open tees and several combo in/out of woods. There are a couple of "cedar alleys" which were cool. The course is well kept and maintained. water comes into play on 2 baskets. several baskets have 2 tees (a long and shorter tee). While you need some accuracy in this course, there are openings for long throws and they did a good job of making some clearings to the basket. The course is well spread out and you will do a good bit of walking. there are signs at each tee with distance to basket, diagram of basket course and what direction to go to get to next basket.