Longview Country Club
Welcome to The Club at Longview…a club committed to providing the finest for its members, their families and guests...an experience you won't soon forget!
The history of Longview dates back to the 1800’s when it was first known as The Longview Black Jack Farm. In 1953 Mel Graham’s father purchased the property in order to relocate the family dairy farm. In 2001, the dream of The Club at Longview was put into action. As Jack Nicklaus stood on this property, and looked at the gentle rolling hills with its pines and hardwoods, its creeks, ponds and nature preserves, he said, “It’s as if it was always meant to be the home of a great golf course.” Two years later, on October 20, 2003, The Club at Longview officially opened!
The Club at Longview features the only gated residential golf course in the Charlotte region to earn a place in Golf Digest’s prestigious ‘Best in State’ rankings, where it has been a fixture among North Carolina’s top 20 ever since its 2003 opening.
The Club at Longview offers manor-style luxury estates in the Charlotte-area’s only gated residential community with a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course.
Located in south Charlotte, North Carolina, minutes from I-485 and just across the Union County line, this private, gated enclave is convenient to all that Charlotte has to offer, yet provides the perfect retreat in which to escape the ordinary.
Longview Country Club Properties
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