Golf in Berea

Round of Golf for Two or Four with Cart at Beckett Ridge Golf Club (Up to 51% Off)

Beckett Ridge Golf Club

Beckett Ridge

$98 $51

Golfers hit into forgiving fairways, long hole layouts, and frequent elevation changes that demand strategic shot-making skills

18-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four Including Cart Rental at Old Silo Golf Course (Up to 52% Off)

Old Silo Golf Course & Restaurant

Mount Sterling

$78 $39

Designed by Australian golfer Graham Marsh, 7,011-yard course features bentgrass fairways and greens, 84 sand traps, and water on 5 holes

One or Ten 9-Hole Rounds of Golf with Cart Rental for One at Stearns Golf Course (Up to 53% Off)

Stearns Golf Course

Stearns

$15 $8

Kentucky's 2nd oldest nine-hole course treats players of all skill levels to 3,000 yards of bent grass greens with Bermuda tee boxes

18-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four with Cart at Duckers Lake Golf Resort (Up to 57% Off)

Duckers Lake Golf Resort

Frankfort

$80 $39

Championship course challenges players with 18 holes that reward precise shots and strategic play

18 Holes of Golf with a Cart and Bucket of Range Balls for Two or Four at Bardstown Country Club (Up to 55% Off)

Bardstown Country Club

Bardstown

$110 $59

A session at the grass-tee driving range prepares golfers for a cart-couriered round at a scenic 18-hole course

Round of Golf for Two, or Stay-and-Play Package for Two or Four at Tanglewood Golf Course (Up to 50% Off)

Tanglewood Golf Course

Taylorsville

$70 $39

Water Hazards come into play and demand accuracy over power; private motels feature two full beds, full bathroom, and cable television

Two or Six 30-Minute Private Lessons at The Golf Academy of Kentuckiana (Up to 59% Off)

The Golf Academy of Kentuckiana

Golden Tee Driving Range

$80 $39

Each private 30-minute lesson focuses on a unique six-step program

18-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four with Cart Rental at Glenmary Country Club (Up to 44% Off)

Glenmary Country Club

East Louisville

$76 $45

The course’s undulating terrain spans 6,542 yds. of slick bentgrass greens and multiple water hazards

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Tucked away in a private neighborhood, Lone Oak?s 18-hole golf course stretches across 6,473 yards of rolling countryside speckled with mature trees. A stone-lined pond occupies the center of the course, attracting geese and other waterfowl and striking fear into the heart of any golf ball that never dreamed of becoming a barnacle. An onsite driving range prepares swings for forays onto the fairways, and a practice green helps players to get a feel for the speed of the club?s putting surfaces. Lone Oak?s private club also encompasses a 25-meter pool with six swimming lanes, a diving board, and a deep end for competitive snorkeling.

44 Club Ln.
Nicholasville,
KY
US

Though Old Silo Restaurant smokes all of its meat in house, it might be more apt to say that they do it on the green. The dining room—part of the golf course's 6,000-square foot clubhouse—connects to a back deck, where diners can take in the bluegrass landscape along with their meals.

This scenic perch embraces its Kentucky roots with a menu of country entrees. Barbecue is a mainstay, and the chefs' special sauce decorates ribs, chicken, and pulled pork. Dinner dishes include fresh-cut steaks and fried catfish, as well as the "Love me Tender" platter: homemade breaded chicken tenders served Buffalo-style or with secret Old Silo sauce, made inside the Old Silo's adjacent Old Alchemy Chamber. As the kitchen preps these plates from scratch, players conquer the 18-hole course outside, exploring lush fairways to a burbling soundtrack from Somerset Creek.

350 Silver Lake Dr.
Mount Sterling,
KY
US

If Man O' War Golf Learning Center racks up any additional awards, Golf Digest might run out of space?the magazine has already named Man O' War a favorite public range in Lexington, and instructors Brad Bachand and Tennye Ohr have earned spots on their list of Best Teachers in Kentucky in 2009, 2011, and 2013. Along with a staff of other top PGA professionals and instructors, they lead private lessons, clinics, and golf fitness sessions for players of all ages. They also specialize in additional services that help enhance performance, including video swing analysis and custom club fitting.

1201 Man O War Blvd
Lexington,
KY
US

Sequestered in 151 acres of rolling hills and immaculate greenery, Woodford Hills Country Club whisks patrons through a bucolic landscape that features amenities both recreational and relaxing. Nimble golf carts take clubbers slaloming the fairways of the club's picturesque, 18-hole golf course, which runs alongside a horse farm and caters to golfers of all abilities with a player-friendly layout and strategic equine caddies. Outstretched toes test the waters of the club's outdoor pool, and the outdoor tennis courts sate racket-wielders' competitive spirits and affinity for yellow fuzz. Woodford Hills Country Club Grill and Bar invites midday or after-hours revelry amid burgundy walls and mahogany accents with Friday night dinner specials and crisp, cold drinks.

3495 McCowans Ferry Rd
Versailles,
KY
US

The 18 holes at Duckers Lake Golf Resort form not just a golf course, but a challenge in decision-making. Should golfers try to fly the pond on the first hole's slight dogleg or lay up? What about on the second, where there's no pond but going out-of-bounds is a real risk for all but the most precise drives? Similar quandaries can be found throughout the course. Naturally, avid golfers thrive on these types of strategic tests, and Duckers Lake has them in abundance. Water comes into play on 12 of the 18 holes, and sand traps can be found on nearly all of them, perfect for scratching in some quick mathematical calculations to triangulate the best approach shot.

Once their foursome's final putt has trickled into the 18th cup, players can head to the course restaurant for a pint of beer and a quick tally of the scorecard. If they don't like what they see, they might consider logging some hours at the course's practice putting green or driving range or upgrading their equipment at the pro shop.

98 Buena Vista Dr.
Frankfort,
KY
US

Designed by architect Buck Blankenship, the fairways of Shelbyville Country Club's 18-hole course circumnavigate a horseshoe-shaped lake and they gently rise and fall over the rolling hills of Shelby County. Narrow fairways lined with mature trees offset the course's relatively short 6,400-yard length, setting the tone for a round that rewards accuracy and course management over flashy drives and flame-decaled golf bags. A fully stocked pro shop lies at the course's trailhead, offering players the latest in clubs and gear, and a staff of two resident aces stands ready to adjust swings and impart strategic advice during private and group lessons. Along with the immaculate landscape, Shelbyville Country Club boasts two outdoor tennis courts and an Olympic-size pool featuring a gated kiddie pool and play area, all of which are patrolled by a lifeguard and Mark Spitz's mustache.

Course at a Glance:

  • Course rating of 71.7 from the back tees

  • Slope rating of 122 from the farthest tees

  • Four tee options

  • Max yardage is 6,379

47 Smithfield Rd
Shelbyville,
KY
US