We appreciate the opportunity to give local residents an outlet to get fresh air and exercise in a safe environment. We pride ourselves in providing somewhere for our guests and employees to enjoy the game of golf, and we have opened with some very important changes designed to limit contact, transactions, and touch points to ensure everyone's safety.
Are you walking or riding?
Golfers may walk or share a cart. Golfers are allowed to take single carts upon request. There is a very limited number of pull carts available for rental. Both pull and power carts undergo disinfecting after each use.
Can I walk up and play?
We ask that all tee times be booked ahead of time. If you don’t have a tee time booked, you may not be allowed to play. We cannot have groups of people waiting for walk up play to be available.
If for any reason you cannot make your tee time, and you booked it through our website, please log in to the ONLINE BOOKING ENGINE to cancel and receive a refund. If you booked directly on GolfNow you will need to cancel on their website. If those options are not possible, or you run into an issue, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name, date and time of your reservation.
Please arrive only 15-20 minutes early to avoid creating any large groups. Once at the course you may go to the starter to verify pre-payment (if you paid ahead of time) and check in. You may need to go into the clubhouse to purchase any food, drinks or merchandise, but the Pro Shop is limited to just 4 people at a time. There will be drinks and snacks available from our outdoor station, and you may purchase merchandise ahead of time in our online store.
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Golfers With Disabilities
We welcome golfers with disabilities. The course will make reasonable accommodations to ensure that golfers with disabilities are able to enjoy the course. Please contact the General Manager or Head Golf Professional at the course for more information.
As the name indicates, it was the first course built at the complex in 1968. The Pioneer course is 5,880 yards with a rating of 68.4, a slope of 115, and a par of 70. It is like most mid-western courses, slightly sloping on the front nine with increasing slopes on the back.
Easily the most walkable course at the complex. Power carts are optional and they may be taken across the fairway at 90 degrees (weather permitting).
The Willows course plays to 6,697 yards from the championship tees, rated 9th in Kentucky. Par 72, and the course rating is 72.6 and the slope is 137. It was designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan.
The Willows is a real challenge of golf, for any level player. Power carts are optional, and are permitted to cross at 90 degrees (weather permitting).