The driving range is usually open from 7:30 am until 6:00 pm, however weather conditions and maintenance to the range will occasionally cause hours to change
Please do not remove range balls from the driving range, and do not use our range balls for play on the course.
We have all new range balls, and are continually improving the grass on the tee line to replicate our fairway conditions of bermuda grass.
In order to insure our carts are properly cleaned and prepared for your safe rental, we require carts to be returned by 7:30 pm. Please respect our requirements for the safety of all who play at Thoroughbred Golf Club.
Covid-19 makes us takes cleaning and sanitizing seriously. We want carts in earlier to make sure that they are the cleanest they can be.
We maintain state and county licensing to sell alcohol on the premises. This means that no outside alcohol can be brought onto the property or consumed on the property. Please respect the state and local laws, and do not abuse the privileges we provide for serving beer, wine, and adult beverages.
Maintenance on the driving range is done on a weather-dependent basis. This means that there will be times that the range is closed when it might otherwise be open.
As we continue to improve all areas of the course, the driving range and tee line will be continually worked on, to provide a better overall experience when you use the range.
Additionally, we have experienced a tremendous and ongoing theft of range balls. If you are found with range balls any place other than the practice range, we will deal with the situation seriously and quickly. If you plan on playing, and are afraid of losing YOUR golf balls, please do not take and use/lose our range balls.
We have different specials at different times. Check it out, and find times that will either make pricing lower for you, or other specials offered from time to time. Or, give us suggestions to what would interest you!
Thoroughbred Golf Club has always been considered one of the best layouts around, and the actual playing conditions are continuing to mature. Memberships will reflect these improving conditions, with pricing that will allow us to continue to make the course better and better. Those earliest in will be able to take advantage of early pricing, and heritage benefits as well.
Questions and comments are always welcome. Suggestions for the betterment of all are also desired, to allow us to cater to the ever growing clientele of Thoroughbred Golf Club.
Thanks for your continued patronage!
Our dress code extends into all areas of the facility, including the driving range, putting green, clubhouse, and the golf course, as well as any other area, like the parking lots and patio. Please review the dress code, and dress accordingly.
During this very dangerous and uncharted time, we are taking extra measures to sanitize everything more extensively, and this requires us to place new limits on golf.
One of these restrictions is that no matter what time you start play, carts must
be returned to the pro shop by 7:30 pm. We tried to set 8 pm as a limit, but a few individuals kept carts well past this time. Unfortunately, we have to take this step to insure carts are properly cleaned for the next day's use.
Secondly, we are holding our rates to posted amounts, which were determined and
displayed back in December of last year. We are not artificially raising rates to take
advantage of the coronavirus situation.
This is called DYNAMIC PRICING, and once again,
the decision to utilize this valuable tool was determined last year.
This means that at times of high demand, the rates may be higher than rack rates,
and during less demand times, they may be lower.
Rack Rates - 18 holes
Weekday - $35
Weekend & Holidays - $45
Rack Rates - 9 holes
Weekday - $18
Weekend & Holidays - $25
18 Holes - $18 Weekdays - $25 Weekends
9 Holes $10 Weekdays - $12 Weekends
Please keep in mind that rates will vary, according to demand.
You may pay higher rates during high demand, and lower rates
at times when demand for the course is slower.
Please let us know if you have any questions about this policy
Update 6:00 pm Wednesday, 7/1
With some new policies, and some old policies as well, we will be open for business
as usual for the Labor Day weekend. We will have some restricitons, and we hope that by everyone working together, we can enjoy a great weekend of golf!
What we see as the most important issue is the matter of keeping a social distance of 6 feet from others at all times. If we ask you to step out of the pro shop or clubhouse, please do not take this as a personal afront - think of it as our staff looking out for the safety of everyone!
Thank you all for your continued support and understanding as we
continue to offer a great distraction and exercise while doing our best
to do so safely for all.
The 90 ͦ rule for carts means this:
Carts stay on cart paths for travel down the length of the hole that you are playing. When you get to the general area of where you are going to play your next shot, you can travel off the cart path at a 90 ͦ angle from the path, to your ball.
This should be done at a high point in the fairway, and avoid areas under construction or wet conditions. Once you've played your shot, you should return to the cart path on the same 90 ͦ direction to continue down the path to the hole.
The purpose of this rule is to minimize traffic on the turf on fairways.
Over the many years that I have been in the golf industry, I am always amazed to listen to the very golfers who continually drive down the fairways from tee to green, who complain about the condition of the fairways.
Controlling the traffic pattern of carts on maintained turf is done in a variety of ways, but the 90 ͦ rule makes it easier for the golfer to get to his or her ball without too much inconvenience, while allowing less compaction and wear on fairway turf.
Have a question about the practices of maintaining quality turf conditions on a golf course? Or any golf related questions in general?
Feel free to stop in the golf shop, drop us an email with the question, or attend one of the upcoming Q & A sessions scheduled to discuss what is happening at Thoroughbred Golf Club. We'd love to hear your input!
A husband & wife membership, with unlimited carts and starting time privileges the same as a full family membership - $1750
Not a husband & wife? We have you covered:
A "2-some" membership, with unlimited carts and starting time privileges the same as a full single membership - $2600
Add unlimited range membership to either membership above for only $225
Located in Nicholasville, KY
The course and driving range are open to the public seven days a week. Tee times suggested but not required.
Available by appointment.
Until the Covid-19 situation is more closely understood, our ability to provide our normal menu is limited.
We do offer a limited menu for take-out or while you are playing golf. Please give us a call to find out more.
The hours of operation of our grill will be limited to:
11:30 - 3:30 Monday thru Sunday
However, because of limits of purchases that constrain everyone, we may not be able to keep all hours, as we hope.
Please understand we will do our best to accommodate everyone to the best of our ability.
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