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Royster Memorial Golf Course


category : Memorials
Named in top 25 public courses in the Charlotte area by Business Journal.;Championship (2961 yards, 113 slope); ;9 holes, par 36, ;range, putt. green, chip. green, pro shop, rentals, ;Open year-round, ;704/484-6823, ;




Address:
901 W. Sumter St.
Shelby, NC 28150
Phone: (704)484-6823


Come visit us in Shelby, North Carolina

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Cleveland Community College

A variety of art displays, theatrical performances and music events throughout the year, a walking track, etc.

Shelby, NC Colleges

Challenger 3 Golf Club

An exceptional 18-hole par-three lighted course. , rentals, school, batting cage, go-kart track, water bumper cars. Open year-round, ;704/482-5061, Fax: 704/482-1142, ;

Shelby, NC Golf Courses


River Bend Golf Course

Course Access: Semi-Private
Holes: 18
Reserve Advance Tee Times: 14

Shelby, NC Golf Courses

Central Shelby Historic District

Walking tour in uptown Shelby of historic structures dating back to the 1850s, including the O. Max Gardner House (Webbley), a national historic landmark, a 1907 Classic Revival courthouse, year-round Farmer's Market, Cleveland County Arts Council in a 1916

Shelby, NC Historic Districts

Things to do Memorials near Shelby, NC

Vietnam Veteran's Memorial

Three acres with gazebo. Memorial and historic chapel. ...

Museum of the Waxhaws & Andrew Jackson Memorial

Focuses on the region's history from 1650 to 1900. Andrew Jackson, the nation's 7th President, is one of the subjects covered...

North Carolina Vietnam Veterans' Memorial

Recognizes 1,607 North Carolinians killed or missing in the Vietnam War. Located two miles south of Thomasville along I-85 in...

Duke Memorial United Methodist Church

1907 twin-towered, Gothic Revival-style church. Named for Washington Duke; features 10-bell, manually-operated carillon and ...

Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum at Historic Palmer Memorial Institute

Visit North Carolina?s only state-supported historic site to honor a woman and one of the first to honor an African American....