Kilborne Park

Charlotte, NC
Course Designer(s) Steve Lambert / Alan Beaver
Course Director(s) Ethan Nichols
Year Built: 1991
Tee Pads Concrete
Basket Type Veteran
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The course is carved out of the woods with most fairways open enough to put some zing on your tee shots. The front nine is flat and easier than the back nine. Holes 3, 4 long, and 6 are the most difficult on the front side.

The back nine has some minor elevation changes and has arguably the three most difficult holes: 12, 16 and 17. The longest hole is #17 at 461′.

The course is very popular and it is located in central Charlotte. Benches at most tees. Course features fairways carved out of a heavily wooded area. Slight elevation changes, with mulch mounds accenting elevation. 1997 World Championship site.

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Latest Reviews


Fun park style but still wooded track. Lots of left to right shots (at least on the shorts).


This course is awesome. Must play if you’re in the area. Nicely groomed fairways but still challenging wooded lines. The park is beautiful as well. The only thing that is confusing is the amount of layouts to choose from on UDisc. I believe there are basically just long and short pads/baskets for some of the holes but as a first time player it’s not always clear where you should be throwing.


Solid layout. Signage could use some updating. Very wooded.


Great course, fun for all skill levels.