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Golf Courses In Charlotte, North Carolina

Albemarle, North Carolina:

Mt. Brook Golf Course, Albemarle, NC

Belmont, North Carolina:

Lakewood Golf Links, Belmont, NC

Charlotte, North Carolina:

Charles T. Myers Golf Course, Charlotte, NC
Charlotte Golf Links, Charlotte, NC
Golf Club at Ballantyne Resort, Charlotte, NC
Highland Creek Golf Club, Charlotte, NC
Larkhaven Golf Club, Charlotte, NC
Oak Hills Golf Course, Charlotte, NC
Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation, Charlotte, NC
Paradise Valley Golf Center, Charlotte, NC
Pawtuckett Golf Club, Charlotte, NC
Renaissance Park Golf Course, Charlotte, NC
Revolution Park Golf Course, Charlotte, NC
Sunset Hills Golf Course, Charlotte, NC
The Tradition Golf Club, Charlotte, NC

Cherryville, North Carolina:

Cherryville Country Club, Cherryville, NC

China Grove, North Carolina:

Warrior Golf Club, China Grove, NC

Concord, North Carolina:

Green Oaks Golf Course, Concord, NC
Rocky River Golf Club At Concord, Concord, NC

Denver, North Carolina:

Verdict Ridge Golf & Country Club, Denver, NC
Westport Golf Club, Denver, NC

Gastonia, North Carolina:

Gastonia Municipal Golf Course, Gastonia, NC
Linwood Springs Golf Club, Gastonia, NC

High Shoals, North Carolina:

Briar Creek Golf Course, High Shoals, NC

Huntersville, North Carolina:

Birkdale Golf Club, Huntersville, NC
Skybrook Golf Club, Huntersville, NC

Indian Trail, North Carolina:

Charlotte National Golf Club, Indian Trail, NC
Pebble Creek Golf Course, Indian Trail, NC

Kings Mountain, North Carolina:

Crowder''s Mountain Golf, Kings Mountain, NC
Kings Mountain Country Club, Kings Mountain, NC
Woodbridge Golf Links, Kings Mountain, NC

Lincolnton, North Carolina:

Lincoln Country Club, Lincolnton, NC

Marshville, North Carolina:

Eagle Chase Golf Club, Marshville, NC

Matthews, North Carolina:

Emerald Lake Golf Club, Matthews, NC
The Divide Golf Club, Matthews, NC

Monroe, North Carolina:

Monroe Country Club, Monroe, NC
Stonebridge Golf Club, Monroe, NC

Mooresville, North Carolina:

Mallard Head Country Club, Mooresville, NC
Mooresville Golf Course, Mooresville, NC

Mount Holly, North Carolina:

Green Meadows Golf Course, Mount Holly, NC

Norwood, North Carolina:

Piney Point Golf Club, Norwood, NC

Pineville, North Carolina:

Crystal Creek Golf Club, Pineville, NC

Salisbury, North Carolina:

Corbin Hills Golf Club, Salisbury, NC
Foxwood Golf Course, Salisbury, NC
Mc Canless Golf Course, Salisbury, NC
Rolling Hills Golf Club, Salisbury, NC
The Crescent Golf Club, Salisbury, NC

Shelby, North Carolina:

Challenger 3 Golf Club, Shelby, NC
Deer Brook Golf Club, Shelby, NC
Pine Grove Golf Club, Shelby, NC
River Bend Golf Course, Shelby, NC
Royster Memorial Golf Course, Shelby, NC

Statesville, North Carolina:

Fox Den Country Club, Statesville, NC
Lakewood Golf Club, Inc., Statesville, NC
North Carolina National Golf Club., Statesville, NC
Sycamore Shoals, Statesville, NC
Twin Oaks Golf Club, Statesville, NC

Waxhaw, North Carolina:

Firethorne Country Club, Waxhaw, NC
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Ball Review: Kasco Rockets

Introduction: Kasco's packaging says that these golf balls have a "proprietary multi-layer technology... that deliver outstanding disctance, spin, and feel for the ball control today's golfers demand." In fact these are the world's first 4-piece multi-layer ball and are designed to maximize distance while also maintaining spin control. "The cover and triple-laid cores work together to assure the ball comes rocketing away from the club h ...
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Dr. Sport: Taking a Mental Break

Many of the golfers I work with complain about running out of steam after ten or eleven holes, especially on the third day of a long tournament. The advice I give them has been helpful to many. I suggest that they plan to take a mental break after the ninth hole and then again after the fourteenth hole. Of course they can use this technique at any time, but if they plan it, they are more likely to actually do it.

One of the most important things to manage during this unofficial "time out" ...

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