Lindsey Golf Course
|Front (W)||72||5307 yards||70.2||123|
|Junior (W)||72||4538 yards||66.0||114|
|Championship M: 72.3/131||309||532||413||408||434||170||508||227||448||3449||254||538||164||398||479||394||415||187||518||3347||6796|
|Back M: 71.2/127||299||497||401||405||427||164||500||220||408||3321||204||530||155||386||476||384||385||182||476||3178||6499|
|Middle M: 69.1/124 W: 74.4/131||292||443||378||402||385||152||482||206||356||3096||190||515||148||361||470||302||371||173||417||2947||6043|
|Front M: 65.7/116 W: 70.2/123||242||437||300||320||381||140||430||146||326||2722||122||428||141||325||408||296||296||164||405||2585||5307|
|Junior M: 62.5/110 W: 66.0/114||191||386||301||283||312||122||347||124||288||2354||120||385||114||229||349||265||257||94||371||2184||4538|
Food & BeverageBar, Snacks, Grill
The course was in pretty good shape. Good looking fairways and greens, and a nice layout. Only real downside was how slow the greens were rolling.
The course was scenic and had interesting features
The diagrams on the scorecard did not designate creeks and lake edges which would have been extremely helpful.
Lindsey Golf Course
Course is in good shape.The length of par 4’s and 3’s were a little long from the whites. Visitors should allow 15 minutes to get a military visitor’s pass. Golf Now should double check the local time. They are on EDT not CDT as listed on one info page. I would have been an hour late. Thank you.
It is on the Army base so you have to get a visitor’s pass before you can enter the main gate. Just takes a few minutes. Otherwise very nice course in great condition.
worth the trip
the course is on Fort Knox Army base it's a great course great greens fairway and rough was mowed good a good course for the money the only bad thing is you got to get there early to go to the welcome center to get on the base it didn't take long well worth the trip
Decent Military Course with Several Blind Shots
I was visiting in the area and decided to play here after reading a few reviews. It’s a decent military course. The fairways were a little burned, and the some of the tee boxes were a little long. The fairway were firm, rolling and sloped. There were several blind tee shots and 2 shots on par 5s. Nothing that can’t be managed. I just think on a busy day, might have a couple of incoming balls if you don’t position your cart so the group behind you knows you are there. The greens rolled pretty true with not very much break. They have 2 200+ par 3s that are tough. I enjoyed the round and would play again it I were in the area.
The Lindsey Golf Course on the Fort Knox compound is a WONDERFUL opportunity. The layout has enough sand to make you nervous, enough water to make you concentrate, and enough trees to make your group pay attention. What it does NOT have is a lot of underbrush in the tree lines, weeds on the challenging greens, and an over abundance of rolling hills. Staff is friendly and carts are clean and in good shape. Well worth the 40 minute drive from Louisville.
Hidden Gem...Not Just for Military
Traveling to Louisville I was set to play a couple of top-rated courses in the area. Fortunately, I was turned on to Fort Knox's golf course. Lindsey Golf Course is open to all. It only takes a visitor's pass at the front gate, and it's worth the investment in time. The course is extremely well-maintained, has a number of challenging holes, and the staff is extraordinarily friendly. Conditions are ideal from tees through fairways to the greens, and the course is very walkable. I played another very highly rated course the day prior to this one and paid three times what I paid at Lindsey. If I'd known what I know now, I'd have skipped the other course and headed to Fort Knox. I thought the gold was stored in the depository at Knox. Turns out it's on the golf course. I'll be back!!!