Revolution Park Sports Academy
1225 Remount Road
Charlotte, NC 28208
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The Mecklenburg County Park & Recreation Department owns five public golf courses, and a learning and practice facility, including a driving range in Pineville each with its own distinct charm. Don't spend all day trying to get a tee-time somewhere else, hit one of our courses today.
Reserving a tee time is easy and can be done 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
THE FIRST TEE: FOR GOLF AND LIFEThe First Tee of Charlotte partners with Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation to bring golf instruction programs to youth, ages 5-18. The First Tee has 260 chapters worldwide, and runs a Golf Learning Academy at the Dr. Charles L Sifford Golf Course at Revolution Park, 2661 Barringer Drive. Website The program reaches out to youth who otherwise might not learn the game. The First Tee stresses core values: integrity, responsibility, respect, honesty, confidence, perseverance, sportsmanship and good judgment. Learn more about The First TeeThe Tradition3800 Prosperity Church RdCharlotte, NC 28216704-503-7529Description: 18-hole (Forward-5498, Middle-6201, Back-6561, Championship-7054), 2 putting greens, driving range, chipping green, bent-grass greens.
FY16 feesGolf Depot10401 Cadillac Street Pineville, NC 28134 704-451-1630704-900-4292 Description: The Golf Depot is a state-of-the-art golf learning and practice facility that opened in August 2010 in Pineville. The Golf Depot was conceived to be a “club” without a golf course. Our vision is for a place where golfers can meet, socialize, practice, learn and discuss the game of golf in a clean and pleasant atmosphere. We hope to create a place where golfers of all skill levels will find “their” place to fulfill their practice, learning, equipment and recreational needs.Charles T. Myers Golf Course 7817 Harrisburg RdCharlotte, NC 28215704-536-1692Description: 18-hole course (Ladies-2761, Blue-3315, Gold-6334), driving range, chipping/putting green, bent-grass greens. FY16 feesRenaissance Park1525 W. Tyvola RdCharlotte, NC 28210704-357-3373 Description: 18-hole course (Ladies-5315, Mens- 6270, Championship-7465), driving range, chipping/putting green, bent-grass greens FY16 feesDr. Charles L. Sifford Golf Course at Revolution Park2661 Barringer DrCharlotte, NC 28208704-333-3949 Description: 9-hole regulation course (Red-2211, White-2825, Blue-2976), chipping/putting green, Bermuda greens FY16 feesSunset Hills800 Radio RdCharlotte, NC 28216704-399-0980Description: 18-hole course (Red-5185, White-5810, Blue-6146), driving range, putting green, practice sand trap, Bermuda greens.
In addition to the regular course, Sunset now has a 9 hole "Learners Course," a par-3 layout great for beginners or practice.FY16 fees
Sports Wall of Fame
The Sports Wall Of Fame, located at Revolution Park Sports Academy, serves to honor outstanding Mecklenburg County athletes, coaches, and teams who have contributed significantly either to the development of athletes or to the excellence of sports programs in our area or brought national and/or international recognition to Mecklenburg County.
(Pictured L to R: Dr. Charles L. Sifford, Donald Littlejohn, James Black, Beverly Lawston)
Any citizen of Mecklenburg County may nominate any individual, living or deceased, to be considered for induction into the Sports Wall of Fame. Individuals are nominated in one of six categories: Golf/Athlete, Coach/Manager, Multi-Sport/Combination, Contributor, Senior, or Team. The information provided for the nominee must relate directly to the category selected. Sports Wall of Fame nomination form2015 Sports Wall of Fame Ceremony This year’s Wall of Fame ceremony was sponsored by the Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation department and held at The Dr. Charles L. Sifford Golf Course and Revolution Park Sports Academy on Remount Road. There were three honorees: Walter Morgan (Golf), John T.Crawford (Contributor) and Anthony James (Track & Field). Learn more
We want your feedback on course conditions and customer service. We encourage you to play the course then submit your compliments and concerns to the General Manager of the course or the Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Department. You may fill out a survey online or pick up a copy in the clubhouse.