Golf courses Kentucky Hardin Kenlake State Resort Park Golf Course, CLOSED 2012

Kenlake State Resort Park Golf Course, CLOSED 2012

542 Kenlake Rd, Hardin, Kentucky, 42048
Type: Public
No. Holes: 9
Architect: -
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Detailed description of Kenlake State Resort Park Golf Course, CLOSED 2012

Kenlake State Resort Park Golf Course, is a Public, 9 hole golf course located in Hardin, Kentucky.

Kenlake State Park golf course first opened in 1950.

Kenlake State Resort Park is a park located on the western shore of Kentucky Lake near Paducah, Kentucky in Calloway County. Kenlake offers a choice of quiet relaxation or active recreation. The resort is only minutes away from Land Between the Lakes, a 170,000-acre nature lover's paradise and environmental education area.

Kenlake State Resort Park golf course is a short course was built on rolling terrain. The fairways are narrow and tree lined. The toughest hole is #4, a 343-yard, par 4, requiring a downhill tee shot to a landing area by a pond. The green is elevated, and there is a greenside sand bunker on the right.

A full-service pro shop, golf carts, pull carts, and clubs are available. 

The course closed after the 2012 season.

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$10 (cart not included), played on Saturday, July 2006 at noon

Actually this is an input from many long time ago golf course memories of Kenlake Golf Course. Some memories last a life-time. Take your kids golfing.

Oh, yes, I have such fond memories of playing golf with my Dad in Kentucky. He lived rather close to one of my favorite courses ever--Kenlake State Resort Golf Course in Hardin, Kentucky.

Built on the "hills of Kentucky" right next to Kentucky Lake, this sporty little course is quite the challenge. The first hole requires such precision...It's a par 3, and quite short, but as you stand atop the tee and look down (way down) at the small green, you know that you have to be very, very accurate! If not, your ball is gone into the woods or the rocks.

I remember one day when Allan, my Dad, and I played on a hot afternoon, and my 65 year-old father insisted that he wanted to walk. Allan and I were smart and took a cart. He pulled his walking cart up and down those hills and did not even "break a sweat"! What a guy!

This nine-hole course has 3 par four holes for men, and the rest are par three holes. For women and seniors, it has two par five holes, one par four, and the rest are par three. There are many huge trees, lots of rocks, little streams, plenty of wildlife, and abundant hills. It's fun, it's challenging, and even if you take a cart, it's quite a workout!

You need comfortable clothing, good golf shoes, a hat to protect from the sun, and all the golf equipment such as woods, irons (you use irons mostly since it's short), tees, balls, glove, shoes, and a cart.

Would travel: 20-30 Miles
Bottom line: I would play again, Better than average course for the area, Ranks with the best in this price level
Ambiance, No Houses on Course
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Rank ID # : 009420
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