Charles T. Myers Public Golf Course
|Red (W)||72||5321 yards||68.0||113|
|Green M: 71.9/134||392||400||363||178||542||427||335||171||570||3378||375||420||326||561||154||455||388||200||526||3405||6783|
|Gold M: 69.5/130 W: 75.9/133||369||383||357||152||500||402||301||157||545||3166||347||390||300||545||145||413||363||182||483||3168||6334|
|Black M: 67.5/120 W: 73.0/125||349||375||348||140||480||392||281||142||525||3032||322||370||286||526||135||401||335||169||476||3020||6052|
|Grey M: 64.0/107 W: 68.2/118||329||332||318||132||434||363||277||125||485||2795||253||284||228||429||127||372||306||105||422||2526||5321|
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Golf Advisor: Top 25 Most Improved U.S. Golf Courses (2020 #21)
Stock municipal course. Probably the best of the public Charlotte courses, considering it is a full 18 hole course. Comparable conditions to Sifford course at revolution park. You can find great deals to play here
Fairways and roughs in winter condition, with some wet areas. Sand traps hard packed with some standing water. Greens rolled true, medium speed, held the approach shot.
Challenging layout from four sets of tees
Course is in winter condition, both fairways and roughs. Sand traps hard packed but dry. Greens rolled true, held the approach shot and were medium speed. Cups were placed in challenging positions with the area around the hole very speedy.
Worst golf course
Fairways drenched with puddles of water, carts path broken on every hole filled with large puddles. Drainage for course is non-existent. Waiting at every tee box, front 9 took 3 hours. Driving range was closed. Paid for 18, left after 9.
This golf outing was just my wife and I. But I take clients golfing at least once a month around Charlotte.
A good run
Very open and forgiving course. Greens were challenging but we’re in great shape. Staff is as friendly as they come and the pace was stellar
Unfortunately it rained the night before. For the value I recommend this course. The tee box and putting greens are well kept considering time of year.
I’ve always liked the layout. The greens were slow but rolling nice for winter.
With that being said our round yesterday was over 5 hours. This has happened more than once at this course. I’m not sure if they consistently overbook or what. They have ambassadors but they do nothing. On more than once our group has pointed out that there’s a multiple hole gap between the group ahead of us and they best group. I’ve yet seen an ambassador encourage faster pace of play to any group when pointed out.
SLOW play hurts this course. Otherwise I would play it more often.
Cold and Busy Tueaday
I was shocked how busy it was. It was very cold - about 42 degrees. We had to wait on every shot and get pushed from behind at the same time. I get it, it was the first good day to play with no rain in almost a week, but certainly didn't expect it to be that crowded and it was extremely cold.
24+ hours after a heavy rain, course was still very wet. Fairways and roughs were wet and very muddy. Sand traps had deep standing water. Greens rolled slow, had multiple ball marks that were not repaired but earlier golfers. Play was very slow. The two-some behind us did not like waiting, so they were always on top of us or hitting into us. Not a memorable round for a usually nice experience.
Wide open fairways and challenging greens. Greens were in great shape and difficult but fun.
Rain Soaked Course
Heavy rain the night before left most of the sand traps filled with water. Fairways and roughs in good condition. Greens held the approach shot, putted true, were medium speed. Heavy played slowed the speed of play, which is usually near 4 hours but was closer to 5 hours that day.
It wasn’t the first time for slow play here. This round thought was unreal. We teed off behind 2 foursomes that were together. By the third tee we were always on the box with the group ahead of us and the first foursome was just playing their second shots. No groups ahead of them. By hole 4, the two groups ahead of us were already an entire hole behind. We asked nicely on 10th tee to go through. They looked at us then proceeded to drive off. After we finished the 14th, we had already been there 4 1/2 hours (still 4 holes to play). We teed off on 15 and decided it was time leave. We drove passed both groups on 16th tee, not a group in front of them rest of the back 9.
NOT ONCE did a ranger (ambassador as they call them) ever come around to check on pace of play. Totally bad course management their part. At no time should you ever play a 5 hour plus round.