Basic Club Information
Charlotte Country Club was founded in 1910 and is located four miles east of uptown Charlotte, in the historic Plaza-Midwood neighborhood. Charlotte Country Club is known as a top 10 private club in the US. The club was also recognized as a Top-50 Platinum Club of the World by the Club Leaders Forum.

Our 18-hole Donald Ross golf course was restored by architect Ron Prichard and was awarded the 2009 Best Remodel of the Year by Golf Digest. Our course is ranked #63 in GolfWeek's 2012 Classic Courses. The yardage is 7,335 yards with a 75.9 rating and 146 slope. Our club has hosted four USGA championships: 1972 U.S. Men's Amateur, 2000 U.S. Senior Men's Amateur, 2010 U.S. Women's Amateur, and the 2018 USGA U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship.

Charlotte Country Club permits up to six member-sponsored Golf Outings each year (for 80-100 players). For more information on hosting a Golf Outing, please click the "Request Information" link on the right side of this page.

Our historic 68,000 square foot clubhouse was restored in 2008-2009. The restoration included original moldings and millwork, chandeliers, priceless murals, antique furniture, and much more of our club's special treasures. This was truly a historic restoration to bring to life the rich traditions of our club's historic past.

Our outstanding tennis facilities include 12 clay courts, 4 hard courts, 3 indoor clay courts, and 2 squash courts. The pool complex houses five swimming pools including a competition pool, diving pool, adult pool, children's pool, and wading pool. 

Weddings & Special Events
Our beautiful, historic facilities provide the perfect setting for weddings and special events. Whether you are interested in a small birthday party with five guests, or a large wedding reception with 500 guests, we are happy to accommodate your special requests. Please know that all functions must be member-sponsored. For more information regarding weddings and special events, please submit the request form located on the right side of this page.