Best Golf Courses Near Bowling Green, KY
Known for its caves and Corvettes, Bowling Green is a university town that offers plenty of fun for residents and visitors alike. Bowling Green is where Chevrolet has been making its iconic sports car since 1981, which is why the National Corvette Museum, which has more than 80 models on display, is a must-see for any car enthusiast. The city is also home to Western Kentucky University, which besides its Hilltopper sports teams, offers arts, museums and a great college atmosphere. Baseball fans can enjoy watching the Bolwing Green Hot Rods minor league team. And Cavers will also find the area attractive with plenty to explore, including Lost River Cave, located beneath the city, as well as Mammoth Cave National Park, which is about 30 miles from downtown. The golf in Bowling Green is plentiful, too. Among the best is The Club at Old Stone, an Arthur Hills design that plays more than 7,300 yards.