Length is not the major focus on this beautiful course. Always in great condition, these fairways are easier to hit if you leave the driver in the bag. With a unique variety of holes here, you will probably end up hitting just about every other club in your bag. Practice up on your long putts, as these large greens have been known to cause problems for those not putting well.
This excellent layout features three 9-hole courses that can be played in three 18-hole configurations. All very similar, these courses are characterized by long, tree-lined fairways, a number of hazards, and large greens. Be careful off the tee since several of these holes are doglegs and, if you don't turn the ball into the dogleg, you could end up through the fairway. Designed by Jack Nicklaus, the courses offer a lot to enjoy.
This long course is located in the middle of a heavily wooded state park and offers a challenging test for all golfers. The tree line bordering these fairways will cause problems for off-line tee shots and erratic approaches. Choose your clubs carefully to avoid the numerous greenside bunkers, and to place your approaches in the correct section of these tiered, undulating greens.
Course management is the name of the game on this excellent track located south of the city in Union, Kentucky. While these holes are relatively open, you will find rough and trees lining the rolling fairways. A pin placement sheet will be useful here, as most of these greens are enormous, with the 18th being the largest, measuring 100 yards from front to back.
This scenic course is situated on the banks of Whitewater Lake in a remarkably peaceful setting. Don't let the local deer frighten you as they have basically made this course their home. Looking past the wildlife, you will find a links-style course with rolling fairways and undulating greens. Use caution as you are putting; these greens are very fast and long downhill putts can get away from you.
This outstanding golf club features a 27-hole layout that allows you to choose which 18 you want to play. The three nines are similar in design and features. Well-manicured fairways lead to sloping greens that can be difficult to hit. With scenic views throughout, you should stay focused on the round to avoid finding one of the many hazards on site. Take advantage of the short par-5's for a good birdie opportunity.
This intriguing layout contains a variety of hole designs and lengths. With one par 4 that measures 468 yards from the tips, and another that measures as little as 293 yards from the tips, you can expect to need all types of shots here. Couple that with two par-3's measuring over 220 yards, and you know that you have your work cut out for you. Be prepared for some tough up and downs to save par on the long holes.
Built on rolling terrain, this course requires accurate tee shots to score well. These fairways are moderately narrow and the tree line can cause problems if you end up in the rough. The greens are large and fairly easy to hit, however, there are a number of greens with multiple tiers. Keep your approaches in the correct part of the green to avoid long, treacherous putts.
This course can play long and the challenges found here will test you from start to finish. A number of well-placed bunkers will be found in the landing areas and protecting these greens. In excellent condition, this traditional course features a variety of holes that will allow you to hit the ball straight off the tee or work it from one side to the other.
This immaculate course features rolling fairways and undulated greens. Flowing along the natural hilly terrain, you will find several uneven lies in these fairways. Use extra caution on the approaches, as you will want to try to leave the ball below the hole. Leaving the ball above the hole on these sloping greens can prove treacherous to your scorecard.