A challenging, PGA certified, 18-hole golf course. Lindsey is designed for golfers of all skill levels, from beginner to advance tournament players. Lindsey has undergone several renovations and additions making Lindsey a destination golf course throughout the surrounding communities and the Louisville Metropolitan area.
Lindsey offers rolling terrain, contoured Bermuda grass fairways with narrow landing areas for the long hitter and wide, generous fairways for the short hitter. Lindsey has five sets of tees with Bermuda and Zoysia grass for the tournament player or the weekend beginner. Lindsey built two new lakes that are strategically placed to enhance the golf course aesthetics and supplying Lindsey with unlimited irrigation water for the new, satellite controlled double row irrigation system.
One of the new lakes is on hole #5, a Par 5 with water down the right side for your tee shot and a challenging second shot over water to a very undulated green with a false front. This is a risk and reward Par 5. You could make an eagle or a double bogey and not hit a bad shot. The second of our new lakes is on hole #1 and hole #18 with an astonishing, picturesque black iron bridge. Hole #18 is one of the hardest Par 4's in the state of Kentucky with your second shot with a long iron and all carry over water to reach a narrow, undulated, two-tiered green guarded with a bunker.
Lindsey is OPEN to the PUBLIC, seven days a week, offering a relaxing atmosphere and ambience for a range of special events including charity and corporate group outings or a private, retirement or promotion party. Lindsey has a golf shop with a wide array of golf equipment, apparel, and gifts. Lindsey also offers private or group golf lessons. The golf course is open year round offering individual, family, and corporate memberships
Located off of Bullion Blvd, Lindsey is ideal for a military team building exercise, for any Retired Military personel who love to play golf, corporate golf outings, family reunions, vacations, and stay and play golf packages
The History of Lindsey Golf Course
Lindsey Golf Course was constructed in 1933 and named after MG Julian R. Lindsey, who was instrumental in its layout and design. In 1943, Lindsey Golf Course hosted its most prestigious event to date - the Kentucky State Open. PGA legend Byron Nelson was crowned the champion with a score of 236 (-8). Picturesque Lindsey Golf Course is located on the Fort Knox Army Installation, home of the famous Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor and the United States Department of Treasury Bullion Depository - sorry, no tours allowed! By spending the day playing golf on one of Kentucky’s premier courses, you are supporting the quality of life of our nation’s Soldiers and their Families.
USGA Rules govern all play.
- All players must check in before each round.
- Yardage markers are measured to the front of green.
- Please keep carts on paths around all tees, greens and Par 3’s.
- No metal spikes allowed. Rake bunkers after use.
- Repair all ball marks on greens and use sand bottles to fill divots on tees and fairways.
- Proper golf attire must be worn at all times.
- Out of bounds is defined by white lines or stakes, roads, walls, fences or parking lots bordering the golf course.
- Hazards: Lateral hazards defined by red lines or stakes.
- Regular hazards defined by yellow lines or stakes.
- Please keep up the pace of play with the group in front of you.
For Tee Times, Golf Lessons, or to schedule a Golf Outing, call (502) 943-9929 or (502) 624-2717, ext. 6.