Somerset-Pulaski County is home to five beautiful and challenging golf courses within a 20-mile radius.
General Burnside Island State Park Golf Course
8801 S. U.S. 27
This newly designed Brian Ault Signature Series Golf Course is located on an island surrounded by Lake Cumberland and features a number of holes that overlook the lake plus the back nine holes offer a thrilling journey into some of the island’s untouched natural treasures. The par-71 course also features four sets of tees on each hole to accommodate different levels of play. A spacious driving range, a putting green, a chipping green and a practice sand trap have been added for pre-game warm-up and practice.
Woodson Bend Resort
14 Woodson Bend
Woodson Bend Resort offers an 18-hole Trevino-Bennett course. Located just minutes off U.S. 27 South, visitors can enjoy the beauty of Lake Cumberland while golfing at Woodson Bend Resort. This course also has a driving range and a pro shop.
Somerset Country Club
1216 N. Ky. 1247
Somerset Country Club is another challenging golf course in Pulaski County. Just minutes off Ky. 80, this semi-private club is a golfer’s delight, offering the setting of a country club. This 18-hole golf course has a pro shop on site.
Eagle’s Nest Country Club
Ky. 39 North
This 18-hole, par-71 golf course is one of the most challenging and scenic courses in the region. Eagle’s Nest is a semi-private course and is open to out-of-town visitors who want to enjoy. Opened in 1979, the course is the former home of the boys’ state high school tournament and a senior Kentucky golf association event. Click here for a visitor discount coupon.
Lake Cumberland Driving Range
499 Gibson Lane
Lake Cumberland Driving Range is open year-round and offers nighttime lighting for late-night practice.