Friday, 04 19, 2013
502-564-4270, ext 168
FRANKFORT, Ky. – The Kentucky State Parks Golf Trail is offering its golf discount card – a great way for golfers to get discounts at their local course.
The discount card is being sold at all 16 courses at Kentucky State Parks. The cards provide substantially discounted fees that include cart. The cards are course-specific and can be purchased for $20-$25.
A cardholder receives four discounted rounds including cart and the fifth round is free.
There are savings of more than $50 for 18-hole courses and more than $30 for nine-hole courses (including purchase price of card). The Golf Discount Card has both weekday and weekend pricing, and tee times are available five days in advance.
Cardholders will receive a 20 percent merchandise discount at state park pro shops. Golfers who live near state park courses can use this discount card for reduced rates on great golf. The card also makes for an excellent gift idea for your favorite golfer.
For more information, please contact your local state park golf course and inquire about details, or visit our website at www.parks.ky.gov/golftrail
Listed below are the Kentucky State Park golf courses and pro shop phone numbers:
Barren River Lake Golf Course 800-295-1876
Carter Caves Golf Course 606-286-8881
Dale Hollow Lake Golf Course 866-903-7888
General Burnside Island Golf Course 606-561-4104
General Butler Golf Course 502-732-4384
Grayson Lake “Hidden Cove Golf Course” 866-905-7888
John James Audubon Golf Course 270-826-5546
Kentucky Dam Village Golf Course 800-295-1877
Kincaid Lake Golf Course 859-654-8555
Lake Barkley “Boots Randolph Golf Course” 800-295-1878
Lincoln Homestead Golf Course 859-336-7461
Mineral Mound Golf Course 866-904-7888
My Old Kentucky Home Golf Course 502-349-6542
Pennyrile Forest Golf Course 866-427-7888
Pine Mountain “Wasioto Winds Golf Course” 800-814-8002
Yatesville Lake “Eagle Ridge Golf Course” 866-906-7888
The Kentucky State Park System is composed of 49 state parks plus an interstate park shared with Virginia. The Department of Parks, an agency of the Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet, operates 17 resort parks with lodges -- more than any other state. For more information on Kentucky parks, visit our website at http://www.parks.ky.gov