9th hole above
|Emerald Lake Golf Club, 1 Tournament Drive, Matthews, North Carolina, 28104|
|Tour 18 Holes||Click Tour 18 Holes to take a photo tour of all 18 holes. Each hole includes a photo from the tee and a view of each green. Exit to Charlotte Golf Course Directory|
|Directions from Charlotte||Take Highway 74 East from Charlotte to I485. Turn left (North) and travel to Lawyers Road. Turn right and go one mile. Entrance to Emerald Lake is on the left.|
Mon - Thu: $36; Friday: $40, Sat & Sun:
$47 (Includes Cart) WINTER RATES
|Tee Times||(704) 882-PUTT, or 704-882-7888|
|General Policies||Proper golf attire such as collared shirts, no denim, and non-metal (soft) spikes are required. No personal coolers allowed.|
|Facilities||Club house, grill room, full pro shop, locker room.|
|Practice||Chipping & sand practice area, large putting green.|
Par 72. Gold: 6756 yards, 72.6/132; Blue: 6455, 71.0/127; White: 6068, 68.6/123; Teal: 5120, 69.1/116
|Personnel|| Nick Jacobi, PGA Head Golf Professional
Nick is a Graduate of Professional Golf Management Program at Methodist College, and has 5 years of teaching experience working with students of all levels. Individual lessons, playing lessons, and clinics are available from Nick, of the top players in the Carolinas PGA.
Short game clinics are available every Wednesday in the spring from 6-7pm.
The Gary Wirth-designed course offers what many believe to be the area's best greens. This is a challenging layout with four sets of tees, rolling terrain and a 12-acre lake centered on the property. The course was chosen to host the Hooters-National Golf Association Jackaroo Classic professional golf tour event in 1999 and 2000. Emerald Lake also hosted the 2002, and 2004 Tarheel Tour event, The Emerald Lake Classic. In the heart of the course is a sparkling 12-acre lake from which the course rightfully derives its name. Part of this Emerald Lake is shown above A smaller lake and lighted fountains contribute to a feast for the eyes and a rejuvenation of the spirit while the golfer enjoys the challenge of splendid greens. The signature hole is hole number five, a par five and truly "par excellence" for the serious golfer.
Placed on-line 6/12/04
Copyright Automated Design Systems, Inc. 2004