Big Spring Country Club

Since 1926

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36 stunning holes of championship golf for every player

Big Spring Course

The golf course at Big Spring Country Club resides among rolling hills, mature trees and the serenity of Beargrass Creek. Big Spring Country Club was established in 1926, and is a traditional layout with tree lined fairways, and strategically placed fairway and greenside bunkers.

Playing over 7,100 yards from the back tees, the course itself features zoysia fairways and tees and bentgrass greens. The layout requires careful attention with placement of tee shots, with a premium placed on accuracy and putting the ball in the fairway for approach shots.  The green complexes require precise irons shots, as the greens are undulating, and have slopes that feed the ball to different green compartments.  These immaculate greens provide for hole locations that require the ball to be correctly placed on the right level in order for golfers to have reasonable attempts at the putts they face.

In 2004, the golf course experienced a complete redesign and renovation by renowned Golf Course Architect Rees Jones and the results provide a challenge for golfers of all skill levels.  In past Golf Digest “Best in State Rankings"  Big Spring has ranked as high as the #2 golf course in the state of Kentucky.

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Harmony Landing Course

The golf course at the Harmony Landing Campus is situated on the rolling bluffs above the Ohio River in Goshen, Kentucky.  The original nine-hole layout was a public golf course which opened for play in 1926.  The current 18-hole layout was created in 1952.  The course features a traditional parkland golf experience, with plush Zoysiagrass fairways being lined by many varieties of deciduous and evergreen trees.  The putting greens feature a variety of slopes while being protected by subtle yet strategic bunkering.

Playing over 6,700 yards from the back tees, the course itself features very few even lies.  The rolling terrain creates numerous blind shots and forced carries over deep valleys.  The green complexes require precise irons shots, with special attention being paid to keeping the ball below the hole.  Approach shots which finish over the green often result in the most difficult chips and pitches.

A 2013 Long Range Master Plan has guided many recent design updates, including the addition of native grass areas.  In 2023 the putting greens will be re-grassed, and several greens will be recontoured in order to provide additional hole locations.  New tee boxes will bring the total yardage to over 7000 yards from the back tees, while also improving playability from the shorter sets of tees. 

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