|Address:||985 Ramsey Rd, Cub Run, KY 42729, USA|
I actually worked at this course for 4 years as a Ranger, I was ask by the way I didnt ask for the job. I ripped a stomach muscle that nearly killed me and got fired for having to be off. I followed everything the manager J.C. told me to do about enforcing the rules but got chewed out every time when the offender would go complain to him. After I was fired I foolishly joined and paid my membership in full, sickness hit me again so I never got to play but my cart was stored there. It was moved to the wrong slot so someone had been using it. I parked it in my slot and marked where the tires were and put a rock on the drivers side back tire on top, went back it had been used again and the rock was down, my cart was muddy so here we go again. Then when they didnt have enough carts to have their tournament I loaned a friend my cart so he could play in it (J.C. ask him to ask me) I went over afterwords and the gas was not replaced which was the least he could have done. The cart was again muddy, garbage left in it and balls were gone so I said no more. I get it home today and the gas tank which was full is now empty so theyve been using it again or just siphoning the gas out of it. The fairways will be over sewn with Fescue soon so there goes the Bermuda fairways. I honestly dont understand this place, there are no rules enforced and they cannot be friendly, so I am finished.
If youre looking for an interesting change from the typical golf course, this might be your thing. If I had to describe it I would say its like the adult 18 hole version of Gatlinburgs Hillbilly Golf put-put. Lots of elevation change and interesting hazards (deep rock walled gorges with no chance of retrieving your ball). Narrow and steeply pitched fairways kick a well shot ball far right or left of center, but it makes it challenging and different for sure. Greens were in good shape albeit thick and slow. Not my favorite course, but certainly interesting. Could be a fun one to play with friends, and at $25 its not too hard on the wallet. Good advice: Skip your good balls and play your least favorites Bring a laser range finder (no AT&T service for golf apps or distractions) Expect a postage stamp sized practice green Bring beer and a small cooler
I played this course for the first time in October 2016. 1st Green was closed but rest of course was really nice. I will be back and recommend this course. Reasonable rates and nice views this time of year.
A Private User
Great Public Golf Course in the middle of no where. If this course were more accessible it would be impossible to get a tee time. A lot of up and down, it will test every club in your bag
Greens are horrible, fairways are muddy, roads are bad ,cart was old and had no power, customer service was horrible. We will never ever go back
Hard course to play better bring your game and extra balls. Its a beautiful course with lots of places to lose those extra balls.
Fantastic course, located in the beautiful hills of Kentucky. I would highly, highly recommend taking the trip out here.
Great golf course, great price and a great time! Due to recent flooding some greens are a little rough, expected!
Hagan Auto Sales
WE HAD A GREAT TIME GOLF COURSE WAS IN GREAT SHAPE AN THE CABIN GREAT HAD A GOOD TIME AN WILL BE BACK THANKS GUYS
Was an amazing course! Challenging and beautiful. Thee best public course weve played. Will be back for sure.
Armando Herrera Lindstrom
Very nice challenging course. Missing are the distance markers so be sure to bring your GPS
Probably in the best shape that Ive seen the couese in. Definitely worth the drive!
Great course, always well manicured. Has one of my favorite par 3s of all time.
My favorite golf course to play - well worth the drive to play there!
Just a beautiful golf course