What Makes Us So Special?
Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation is a golfing pleasure nestled among a mature forest of hardwoods only a few minutes from I-485. This semi-private course opened in May of 1997 and was recognized as the “Best New Course” and “Best Eastside Course” in the Queen City by Charlotte’s Best Magazine. Carolina’s noted Hall of Fame architect Tom Jackson, who has built many high-profile courses in the Carolinas, routed Olde Sycamore through majestic Carolina tall pines… ideal for golf. Fairways are hybrid Bermuda and the undulating bent grass greens are among the best in the Charlotte region. A nice touch at Olde Sycamore is the use of zoysia grass around the bunkers, allowing for greater definition around each green. Such a combination creates the best condition and challenges of a premiere course. All skill levels and ages can enjoy the beauty of Olde Sycamore located minutes from Uptown Charlotte.
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