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Horse-racing and golf - two sports that started for the privileged but have spread to the masses - have a few things in common. Ever tried a 'horse race' on a golf course? You can, writes Jason Scott Deegan.
Charlie Vettiner Golf Course near Louisville is one of the area's nine metropark golf courses. It's very affordable and a good value for the price. Many of the holes feature very tight fairways, especially the par-4 13th hole, which plays to a blind landing zone tightly sitting between trees.
Kentucky knows hoops and horse racing, but don't forget the golf scene, particularly in the city of Louisville and the surrounding area. From Jack Nicklaus' Valhalla to Fuzzy Zoeller's Covered Bridge to Heritage Hill -- the Bluegrass state has plenty of great golf.
Charlie Vettiner Golf Course, one of nine metropark courses in the greater Louisville area, is where the locals play. It's easy to see why the course gets a lot of repeat visitors. It's challenging, rated the seventh most difficult in Kentucky, and features a good amount of hole variety on gently rolling terrain, Brandon Tucker writes.
Louisville Golf CoursesWhen you think of Louisville two things come to mind horse racing and hoops. Add golf to the list. The Ville has some pretty impressive tracks and not just for horses. Start with Valhalla Golf Club, a Jack Nicklaus design that's home of the 2008 Ryder Cup and 2014 PGA Championship.