TPC at Piper Glen

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TPC at Piper Glen
Club information
Location Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Established 1988
Type Private
Owned by ClubCorp
Operated by ClubCorp
Total holes 18
Tournaments hosted Home Depot Invitational (1990–2001)
Website http://tpcpiperglen.com/
Designed by Arnold Palmer
Par 72
Length 6,850
Course rating 73.7

TPC at Piper Glen (full name Tournament Players Club at Piper Glen) is a private golf club located in Charlotte, North Carolina.

History[edit]

The Arnold Palmer designed championship golf course is a member of the Tournament Players Club network operated by the PGA Tour. In 2007, the facility was sold to the Heritage Golf Group, but retained its TPC branding under a licensing agreement.[1] Between 1990 and 2001 TPC at Piper Glen hosted the Home Depot Invitational, a tournament on the Champions Tour schedule.


Design[edit]

TPC Piper Glen is designed for a unique combination of beauty, challenge and pure playability. The stunning layout is said to bring out the best of the rolling North Carolina terrain – with natural rock outcroppings, lush oak trees and quiet lake inlets.

Record[edit]

The course record from the back tees is held by PGA pro Brendon de Jonge at -12 (60).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TOUR forms alliance with Heritage Golf Group". PGA Tour. March 1, 2007. Retrieved 2009-11-14. 

External links[edit]


Coordinates: 35°04′25″N 80°48′39″W / 35.0736°N 80.8109°W / 35.0736; -80.8109