|Kearney Hills Golf Links, Lexington, Fayette County|
Designed as a Scottish links-style course by Pete and P. B. Dye, Kearney Hills opened in 1989.
|The Welcoming Committee. This cat spends most of the day napping on the seats of the golf carts that are lined up|
and waiting for players to use. She probably won't move, so just choose a different cart.
|Tee it up.|
|Kearney Hills is an Audubon Certified Sanctuary, and you'll see lots of birds and other wildlife enjoying|
this beautiful course.
|Try to avoid the numerous often deep bunkers.|
|You can see horses grazing on an adjacent farm along the entire back edge of the course.|