Changes in Store for Lexington Public Golf

Oct 11, 2017

Lexington government officials are implementing a number of changes in golf operations for its five public courses. 

The modifications are aimed at reducing an annual loss of about $1 million.

A golf is recommending several significant changes in how Lexington operates its five  public golf courses.

The suggestions discussed at Tuesday’s council work session include increasing greens fees, keeping only Picadome golf course open during the winter, and changing senior golfer discount eligibility.

Changes Coming to State Park Golf Courses

Dec 23, 2016
Kentucky Tourism

Changes are coming to three nine-hole golf courses at Carter Caves, Kincaid Lake, and General Butler state parks in Kentucky.

Lexington's Public Courses to Offer Golfers Rewards

Feb 20, 2014

The city of Lexington is launching a program intended to increase the use of public golf courses and reward the players.   As a result, golfers are likely to see video cameras at some holes beginning this spring.