|1st Hole Tee Shot||Skybrook Golf Club, 14720 Northgreen Dr. Huntersville, NC 28078|
||Click Photos to take a tour of the first nine holes. Each hole includes comments and or strategy, a photo from the tee and an a view of each green. Exit to Charlotte Golf Course Directory|
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|Directions||Directions to Skybrook Golf Club From
Charlotte - North on I-77 to Exit 18. Take a right off the exit.
Proceed 1.5 miles and turn left on 115 (Old Statesville Rd). Proceed 1.5
miles and turn right on Eastfield Rd. Skybrook is about 4.5 miles up on
From Statesville - South on I-77 to Exit 23 Huntersville. Take a left off the exit. Turn right on 21 (Statesville Rd). Proceed 2.5 miles and turn left on Alexanderana Rd (flashing yellow light). Proceed 1.5 miles and turn left on Eastfield Rd at stop sign. Skybrook is about 4 miles up on the left.
From Concord and North - South on I-85 to Exit 52 Poplar Tent Rd. Take a right off the exit. Proceed 3 miles and turn left on Harris Rd (at Country Corner Store). Skybrook is 1.5 miles up on the right.
|Green Fees||Mon,-Fri $59, Sat & Sun $69|
|General Policies||Proper golf attire such as collared shirts, no denim, and non-metal (soft) spikes are required.|
|Facilities||Golf shop and snack bar are located in the clubhouse.|
|Practice||The practice complex includes a putting green and a driving range.|
|Statistics Rating/Slope||Championship 7028 yards, Member 6597 yards, Middle 6115 yards, Forward 5355 yards|
|Personnel||Head Golf Professional Jeff Thomas|
|Comments||Designed by award-winning golf course architect, John LaFoy, Skybrook offers dramatic elevation changes. Each hole has incredible views with elevated tees, ravines, and large undulating greens either perched on hilltops or situated in valleys. Pictures do not lie and these remarkable golf holes can be viewed on-line with this 18 hole photo tour. The Skybrook Golf Club opened in July 2000 and since has become the "most favored to play course" by many Charlotte golfers. Its high location, where one can see for miles around, is undoubtedly the reason for its name Skybrook.|
Placed on-line 4/9/05
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