Top 10 courses in Kentucky according to Golf Advisor reviews in 2015

Home of the 2008 Ryder Cup Matches, the last time the U.S. won the event, Kentucky is a big-time golf state thanks mostly to Valhalla Golf Club . But there are a lot of unsung publics in the state worth recognizing as well. The top 10 Kentucky golf courses showcase the top-rated plays, according to golfers themselves. The ranking was gathered using a combination of a course's overall and subcategory rating to find which courses are delivering the best overall experience to golfers.

Kentucky's top-rated course of the year, General Burnside Island State Park , received national accolades this year, rated in the top 25 friendliest and best conditioned courses of the 2015 according to reviews, which is quite a feat for a state park golf course.

In the land of bluegrass and Blueblood basketball, these were rated the finest courses in 2015:

Top 10 courses in Kentucky


Richmond


Shepherdsville


Pineville


Paris


Eddyville


Prestonburg


Russellville


New Castle


Richmond


Burnside


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Top 10 courses in Kentucky according to Golf Advisor reviews in 2015
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