Iroquois Golf Course
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.
Golf carts are cleaned after every 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: Greg Basham
This serene 18-hole layout is hilly and lined with mature trees. The terrain of the bermuda course challenges golfers of all levels. Creeks come into play on seven of the holes. The tree-lined fairways of the front nine contrast nicely with the open layout (links style setting) of the back nine. The 8th is the signature hole at Iroquois. A par 4 that can play up to 405 yards, this hole doglegs to the left and is guarded by a bunker on each side. Iroquois does not have a driving range, but it does have a putting green and a chipping green available for practice and warm-up. Tee times are available daily, year-round. The entire family will be drawn to Iroquois Park’s seemingly endless amenities, including scenic overlooks, playgrounds, horse and hiking trails, exercise paths, a disc golf course, and the spectacular Iroquois Amphitheater.
Available to junior golfers at a discounted rate of $25.00 for a 30-minute session. Call for additional rates.