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Course PhotoCourse PhotoLook from hole 2's tee pad. Barbed wire on left can be a threat for early releases. Tall grass right of the fairway can eat your disc.
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Before You Go
Limited Access
TMMK Team Members and their families, TMNA Team Members and their families, and TMMKFitness members
Good Conditions
Course fairways have improved a ton. Very fun beginner course with plenty of elevation change
About the Course
It is a fun, yet challenging course with some holes around the 350 foot range. There are a few par fours. Mainly par threes. Most holes range from 200 feet, to 350 feet. The first tee is near the shelter just past the outdoor basketball court. As you are driving past the court, the road will come to an end. Park in the parking lot on the left, then walk the path to see the first tee on the left past the shelter.
18 Holes
Concrete Tees
Grow the Sport Permanent Targets
Mixed Use,
Established 2020
No Dogs Allowed
Not Cart Friendly
Drinking Water Available
Restroom Available


Patrick Sawyer, TMMKFitness Recreation Coordinator, 502-868-3839,

Course Traffic

Players usually spend 1 - 4 hours here.

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Jan 10, 2023
"This course is good for beginners "
Dec 16, 2022
"Super windy today made a scorable front nine challenging. Wind protected later half of the round and Hit a good stride in birdie alley on the back 9. Fun course if you stay on the fairway. Could see this be a bit of a challenge for the beginner in the summer with fully grown rough. Fun and short approach and putt course with a handful of 300ft+ fairway driver shots. "
Sep 28, 2022
"Fairways have been widened and the upkeep has gotten better. Holes 17 and 18 are the only ones that are very overgrown and very possible to lose your disc on. Decent course now. "
Aug 27, 2022
"Certain areas are very overgrown. Fun course though."


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