Cart paths include markers from 100/150/200 yards measured to the center of the green. Sprinkler heads marked.
Daily hole location information on carts.
Kearney Hill was designed by Pete and P.B. Dye in 1989, and is one of the first upscale public facilities in the region. Kearney Hill hosts the Men and Women's US Public Links Championship, and PGA Jr. Series events. The course also has hosted the Senior PGA Tour's Bank One Classic for eight years, and has been recognized by Golf Digest, Golf Magazine, Links, and The Wall Street Journal.
The beautiful multi-level clubhouse features a fully stocked pro shop, locker rooms with showers, snack bar with grill, banquet facilities, a large patio outside, and observation decks on the second level of the clubhouse with a view of the course. The 10 acre practice facilities include a targeted grass range, two putting greens, and two chipping areas with sand bunkers. For a pictorial review of this course, click on the review link near the top of this page.
From downtown Lexington: Take Georgtown Rd/US 25 (about 4 miles) and turn left on Kearney Rd. Travel about 3/4 mile to the course on the right.