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Peninsula Golf Resort

Peninsula Golf Resort

136 Clubhouse Dr Lancaster, KY 40444-7672 URL:   Course Website

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This 18 hole championship course is situated on 200 acres of rolling terrain. Built in 1997 by the renowned Pete Dye, it has already been the host of various professional and amateur events. Lush Bermuda fairways sweep through natural contours and elevations producing many breathtaking sights. Mr. Dye has strategically placed over 60 bunkers around the fairways and greens.

The bent grass greens of Peninsula are recognized as some of the best in the country. With their many undulations and swells, the challenge is not over until the last putt is holed. All the greens are surrounded by bent grass approaches and Dye`s famous "collection areas" for those wayward iron shots.

The championship tees, Playing almost 6700 yards, will provide even the scratch golfer with a most arduous task. The middle and front tees play 6100 and 5100 yards respectively. All players of every caliber will enjoy the Peninsula experience.

Course Information for Peninsula Golf Resort

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
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Peninsula Golf Resort Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by P.B. Dye, ASGCA
72 par, 6,647 yards
71.5 rating, 124 slope
Resort facility

Staff: Contact: Chase Haven, Head Professional


Amenities:
Food & Beverage Available
Rental Clubs
Lessons Available
Driving Range
Banquet Facilities


Lancaster, KY

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Peninsula Golf Resort 3.4 5 49 49
Peninsula Golf Greens were good. Very true roll with moderate speed. I would have liked a bit faster but over all very good. Fairways were good. Bunkers should be played as ground under repair or preferred lie in sand. Much of the sand has washed out with so much rain this year. Grounds crew should use this opportunity to remove the rocks and small boulders from traps. Course was extremely soft and it's deficiencies seem to be due to wet summer. I will play here again. July 22, 2015
golf with a good friend Shot 81 in some very wet conditions. Greens were rolling great though.no roll in the fairways because being wet from all the rain .but always enjoy playing peninsula . July 15, 2015
What could have been... Penninsula is a great challenging course and we are fortunate enough for it to be in Central KY. Too bad it's not what it once was! The bunkers are plentiful, but unplayable with dirt and rocks. The yardages are tough to figure which makes for some difficult approach shots. Where did the cart GPS systems go? The tee boxes, fairways and greens are in good shape. Front 9 always seems to be more challenging than the back. I don't claim a home course, but prefer to float around and hit up a handful of courses in Central KY each summer. Penninsula is definitely worth one trip to Lancaster each summer. July 7, 2015
R Turley Courses in good shape just needs sand in the bunkers but Course overalls in great shape July 6, 2015
pleasantly surprised Course was in much better condition than in the past. Other than the bunkers it was great. I would play again tomorrow. July 5, 2015
Course in good shape Had a very enjoyable round. The tee boxes and fairways were in good shape and the greens were in excellent shape. They were tricky at times with undulations and ridges making it challenging to make a proper read. The sand traps were not good. They were hard as a rock and full of rocks. The only other problem was finding the course. I had been there before; otherwise, I am not sure we would have been on time. June 29, 2015
Slow play There were several large groups playing the course near my tee time. It made for very slow play and there were no "rangers" on the course to keep play moving. June 19, 2015
First round here in a while, and disappointing When this course first opened I played here occasionally. It isn't close to my home, and was often hard to get a tee time. And it was challenging. Two of these circumstances are still true. But getting my tee time was easy, and now I know why. The tee boxes were abysmal, unlevel and hard ground underneath. Amazingly, many of the fairways were also rock-hard. But the bunkers were the real surprise. Most had decayed to hard pan with no sand at all, while others that I remembered from the past had been allowed to go back to grass. Pete Dye would be quite unhappy with what's happened to his creation. If word had gotten around about the current quality of this course, it had not reached me. On the plus side, the staff was quite friendly. We were caught up in a large contingent of stay-and-play guests who were all slow players, so we endured all of this for nearly five hours. I don't imagine I will make the trip to the Peninsula again for some time. June 14, 2015
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