First look: What to expect at Presidents Cup this September

First look: What to expect at Presidents Cup this September

Rendering courtesy of Luquire

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With an expected buildout of 500,000 square feet, the Presidents Cup will provide a spectator experience unlike any we’ve seen at previous Quail Hollow tournaments.

What’s happening: Construction is underway at Quail Hollow Club with the goal of rerouting the original course and activating the entire property in new and innovative ways.

  • The buildout started in April and is expected to take a total of 25 weeks to complete.

Why it matters: Charlotte will be on a global stage. And the Presidents Cup wants to highlight local experiences during the big show.

  • Context: The Presidents Cup was originally scheduled for fall 2021, but will now be played Sept. 19-25.

What to expect: Executive Director Adam Sperling tells Axios that the tournament will have a mix of spectator and culinary experiences that highlight Charlotte.

  • Mini NoDa and South End sections will be located behind the fourth and fourteenth holes respectively, each with its own lineup of food vendors.

Go deeper: A guide to the 2022 Presidents Cup in Charlotte

South End Section Presidents Cup

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NoDa Section Presidents Cup

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Presidents Cup

Here’s a look at one of the spectator areas that will come to life at the Presidents Cup. Rendering courtesy of Luquire.

presidents cup 2022 course

Pictured is a side-by-side comparison of how the original Quail Hollow course will be rerouted for the Presidents Cup. Course rendering courtesy of Luquire.

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to correct the spelling of Quail Hollow and the South End course hole number.

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