Louisville Parks and Recreation's 10 municipal golf courses will remain open for play. The department has taken several steps to ensure the safety of players and employees.
In the course clubhouses, food service will be limited to take out only. Tables and chairs will be removed to prevent social gathering, and patrons are discouraged from congregating inside them. Additionally, bathrooms and touch points will be cleaned multiple times daily, credit card terminals will be cleaned after every use, and clubhouse employees will use gloves during every transaction.
On the course, golf carts will be limited to a single rider per cart, with carts being thoroughly cleaned after each use. Golfers are encouraged to keep six feet away from each other during play, and flags are to be left in the holes at all times, based on guidance from the Department of Health and Wellness.
Pro: George “Moe” Demling
Founded in 1926, Crescent Hill Golf Course celebrates its 82nd year in 2008. This course has no water hazards and no bunkers, making it a perfect course for both novice and experienced golfers
The bermuda grass fairways with pronounced hills and unusual layout (3 par threes, 3 par fours, 3 par fives) of the course make it very fun to play. Its par five, 477-yard “quarry hole” is a challenge and highlight for all golfers. Centrally located, this scenic 9-hole course is one of the busiest in Metro Louisville. Adjoining the course is the indoor Mary T. Meagher Aquatic Center, tennis courts, and a picnic area for the family to enjoy. This course is first come, first served.