The course at Louisville Country Club is one for the golfing connoisseur to savour as it’s a venerable old Walter Travis track that dates back to the mid-1900s.
Located in Union, the Lassing Pointe golf course is a Michael Hurdzan design that first opened its doors to Bluegrass State golfers in 1993.
Situated half an hour’s drive east of downtown Louisville, the University of Louisville Golf Club – formerly the Cardinal Club – is owned and operated by the University, with a 7,192-yard Spencer Holt-designed layout in play.
Wasioto Winds Golf Course at Pine Mountain State Resort Park is a Dr Michael Hurdzan layout which flirts with water on a number of occasions as fairways weave their way around a lake, three creeks and several wetland areas.
Featuring bent grass tees and greens, the undulating golf course at the Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park is a Brian Ault layout that debuted in 2003.
Featuring Zoysia fairways and bentgrass tees and greens, the course at General Burnside Island State Park is a spectacular Brian Ault design that lies on an island, surrounded by Lake Cumberland.
Venue for the US Amateur Public Links Championship in 1997, Kearney Hill Golf Links in northwest Lafayette County is a Pete and P.B. Dye layout that debuted in 1989.
Located within a huge 427-acre residential estate, the fairways of the Cherry Blossom Golf Club are routed around the sparkling waters of Lane’s Run Creek.
Affiliated to the ClubCorp Network of private clubs, Traditions Golf Club was formed in 1992. Its 7,100-yard course is well regarded by both pros and amateurs, having hosted a number of important state events recently.
Occupying a dramatic landscape, the Eagle Ridge at Yatesville Lake State Park course is a rather scenic Arthur Hills and Steve Forrest design from 2003 where golfers are presented with some serious elevation changes during their round.