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Birkdale Golf Club, Huntersville
(1.9/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
This 18-hole Arnold Palmer designed Championship golf course has been voted the “Best New Golf Course in North Carolina”, one of the “Top Five Public Courses in the State” and Charlotte's “Best Public Course”. Located on 200 acres of rolling terrain, carved between tall pines and natural streams, Birkdale is a challenging 7,013 yard, par 72 course made up of Bermuda fairways and Crenshaw Bent grass greens, offering a true test of golf skills.

The practice area includes a 10-acre lighted driving range with Bermuda grass tees, short game area and putting green.

Birkdale has several meeting and reception spaces including two conference rooms that are ideal for small meetings and lunches. The Palmer Pavilion is a perfect choice for wedding receptions and large events. This 5,000 square foot private building gives you the feel of an outdoor reception without having to worry about the weather. The Palmer Pavilion can seat up to 200 guests with a working stone fireplace and an antique bar to provide for a cozy setting. The entire perimeter is lined with French doors allowing for an open, outdoor feel without ever going outside. For more information contact the golf shop at 704.895.8038.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I usually play a fair amount of golf in Minnesota and when I had a chance to play a quick 9 in NC...I couldn't wait! The first night I went to the course I arrived at 6:15 to find the clubhouse closed...  more »
  • I went there to limber up my long-fallow golf game. First time was no problem, paid for bucket of balls, pointed to dispensing machine, all worked ok. Range is typical square "astroturf" mats, but wit...  more »
  • When you take lessons from a Pro you expect a certain amount of professionalism. I had booked 7 group lessons with the instructor Tiffany. These lessons were scheduled 2 a week. After the first 2 less...  more »
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  • It is a fun course to play. Sometimes it is a little slow.
  • The golf course is not in good shape in late April during a perfect spring. Way over priced and the guys at the front hustled us. The course was way over packed and the sold us 18 holes late in the afternoon with two groups ahead of us walking. There were many groups ahead of them and these guys never said a word. Feel like I was scammed.
  • Great layout, lots of challenges but always fair. Greens are true and play moderate pace. Bunkers are being worked, most are playable, some are not (very obvious) but are on the course's to do list. This course had financial troubles and was in bad shape a year plus ago, but they have made huge strides to not only be playable, but also be one of the best tracks in the area. A GREAT course for a fair price. I've played a dozen rounds here and I will hopefully play another dozen.
  • I read a lot of reviews about this place being terrible in years past and I was told that it is now under new ownership and they are trying to bring the course back to its former glory. It's very obvious that they are working hard to improve conditions. Grounds crews everywhere. Tractors bringing new sand into the bunkers. The course itself was in very good condition. The places that need work are being addressed. Staff was very friendly. I would definitely play here again.
  • Snack bar needs improvement. Staff very nice. Course was nice. Slow play but it was the weekend.