Kenton County Golf Courses features two distinct layouts – The Pioneer course and the Willows course. Pioneer is the more forgiving of the two while Willows provides a true test of your game.
Pioneer: As the name indicates, it was the first course built at the Kenton County complex in 1968. The Pioneer course is 5,880 yards with a rating of 68.4, a slope of 115, and a par of 70. It is like most mid-western courses, slightly sloping on the front nine with increasing slopes on the back.
Willows: The Willows course plays to 6,697 yards from the championship tees. Rated in the top 10 public golf courses in Kentucky. Par 72, and the course rating is 72.6 and the slope is 137. It was designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan. The Willows is a real challenge of golf, for any level player.