Parks and Recreation : royster golf course
"Like playing in the mountains without the drive"
Hours Of Operation
8:00 AM until Dusk
(Cart Times Seasonal. Call 704-484-6823)
Ideas for a Golf Course arose when Dr. and Mrs. S.S. Royster announced the donation of approximately 50 acres of land to the City of Shelby for a new Municipal Park on April 26th, 1948. This land was developed and a nine hole course was dedicated as the Royster Memorial Golf Course as part of the Shelby Parks and Recreation Department.
This Golf Course is a unique pleasure to play because Shelby being a piedmont flat lands area, the course is filled with mountainous holes. Royster Memorial Golf Course offers many different programs for local patrons such as golf tournaments every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday and hosts the Annual Friends Of The Parks Golf Tournament, Royster Memorial Club Championship, City of Shelby Employee Golf Tournament and Foothill's Merry-Go-Round Festival Tournaments annually. In 2013 the 2-Man "Ryder Cup" 27-hole tournament was added. The course is open 364 days a year, closed Christmas day only.
Great Specials Now Available
* Twilight After 3:00pm - $6 off cart fee per 18-holes / $3 off per 9-holes
* Active & Retired Military (Everyday)
$4 off cart fee per 18-holes / $2 off per 9-holes
(Must provide valid Military ID)
* Senior Rates Now Available (Monday - Friday)
$2.00 off cart fees per 9-holes between 8AM-10AM
Senior City Weekday 9 Holes $12.00
Senior City Weekday 18 Holes $17.00
Senior Non-City Weekday 9 Holes $14.00
Senior Non-City Weekday 18 Holes $19.00
*Offers Can Not be Combined
Weekdays - City Residents $7, Non City Residents $9
Weekends & Holidays - City Residents $8, Non City Residents $11
9 Holes - $7 per person
18 Holes - $14 per person
Youth Membership - $200 City Resident/$300 All Others
Adult Membership - $240 City Resident/$360 All Others
Senior Membership - $200 City Resident/$300 All Others
Beginning Tuesday May 6th & Thursday May 8th! Our evening choose-up with be formatted two -or- three person teams and will be Tuesday Captain Choice and Thursday Points (Handicap).
Junior Golf Program
Royster Memorial Golf Course (RMGC) is proud to announce our new Junior Golf Program. We are now recognized by U.S. Kids Golf as a facility dedicated to the growth of junior golf!
We follow the U.S. Kids Golf curriculum which allows us to measure progress more effectively. It's a great way to involve parents in the learning process as well. Our approach is to teach etiquette, rules, and fundamentals.
As a certified Instructor and RMGC’s Junior Golf Program Director, Richard Degree is deeply committed to enhancing your junior’s understanding of golf and their employment of the game. He believes the best methods to improving any skill development includes continual practice, having attainable goals, and enjoying activities as juniors go through the process.
Located at Shelby City Park 850 W. Sumter Street
Shelby, NC 28150
**ATTENTION ALL LOCAL GOLFERS!** Royster Memorial invites you to fill out a survey! The following survey is to help us better serve you & the community. We are most interested in the areas we might improve & ways to enhance our customer's experience. Thank you for your participation.
Lee Walker claims 2013 Royster Memorial Golf Course Club Championship
Lee Walker shot a 80-76 for a 2 day total of 156 to win the 2013 Royster Memorial Club Championship. Steve Hines was the runner-up with a 159 total.
First Flight: Winner Don Loftis (167) Runner-Up Gary Corder
Second Flight: Winner Clyde Cook (179) Runner-Up Randy Myers (179)
Third Flight: Winner Keith Lane (183) Runner-Up John Lilly (185)
Senior Flight: Winner Ty Gantt (169) Runner-Up Allen Hester (171)
Super Senior: Winner Jimmy Phillips (154) Runner-Up Wimp Carpenter (164)
Full Story Complete Scorecard
2013 Royster Memorial Club Champions
Royster Memorial Golf Course Club Champions (Modern)
2013 - Lee Walker
2012 - Mike Boatwright
2011 - Ed Webb
2010 - Mike Boatwright
2009 - Mike Boatwright
2008 - Michael Lane
2007 - Lee Walker
2006 - Mike Boatwright
2005 - Steve Gammons