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May 16, 2018

Morning!! The golf season is HERE!!

Below is an updated golf outing schedule. Please come out and support the following organizations. Contact the Pro Shop for more details.

Missy Kennedy Yatesville Lake Park Manager talks about park activities and special golf rates at a Louisa Rotary meeting.Missy Kennedy Yatesville Lake Park Manager talks about park activities and special golf rates at a Louisa Rotary meeting.If you do not want to play in the event but want to play that particular day please note that unless the golf outing has 16 groups the course is not closed. We accommodate all play and the golf outing when the golf course is not closed. If you have any question please call the Pro Shop!! 673-4300.



2018
GOLF OUTING
SCHEDULE
(Updated 5/13/2018)

9:00 a.m. Shotgun Start

May 19 – Lawrence County Tip-Off Club/LCHS Basketball
May 26 - Big Hurricane Baptist Church

June 2 - Harpers Hope (course closed till approx. 3:00 p.m.)
June 9 – LCMS Cheer
June 16 - Louisa United Methodist Church
June 23 - Peter’s Chapel Church

July 7 – LCHS Golf Team

August 31 (Friday) - Joe Damron Memorial (course closed till approx. 3:00)

 

 

 

See you at the course!!!!

Missy Kennedy,
PGA Head Golf Professional/Park Manager
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Eagle Ridge Golf Course
Yatesville Lake State Park
(606) 673-4300 Golf Pro Shop

 

 

May 10, 2018

Bill JacksonBill Jackson Eagle Ridge Golf League News

Tuesday Night was a beautiful evening for golf, but the scores were anything but beautiful

The golf league could not ask for better playing conditions on Tuesday. The course was in great shape although the greens are still rather slow. The conditions were just what league members want to post low scores. However, after the great birdie barrage of last week, it appeared as all the players had been replaced. No one broke par, and as a group, there were only 2 birdies for the night. On average, each player shot 5 strokes higher this week than last. After our initial start last week, the league is beginning to work quite smoothly, and Troy did not become frazzled. That is a good thing.

The league has added one new player and now stands at 26 members. If anyone out there is interested in joining the league, now is the time to make the commitment. I guarantee that it will be the best evening you can spend during the week. You will always be looking forward to Tuesday. It is still not too late to join.

If you believe you are too old to play, or you think your golf game is not quite good enough, be aware that the handicaps and the tee boxes are all adjusted for both age and score. These modifications will place everyone on equal footing. Age is not a factor because whether you are 20 or 80+, you will find players within that group.

Now for the scores and the highlights for May 8. No one was “on,” and the results reflect it.

 

Scores

Low Net Score (35) Bill Jackson

Low Gross Score (38) Troy Hughes

Longest Drive (#4) Brad Lafferty

 

Skills Competition

Closest to the pin, 2nd shot (#2) Troy Hughes

Longest Putt (#18) Troy Hughes

Par 3, Closest to pin (#3) Tom Copley

Par 3, Closest to pin (#17) Mike Hogan

Greens in Regulation (2)

{ Mike Hogan

{ Brad Lafferty

{ James Chaffin

Skins Troy Hughes-#5, #18

 

See you at the course.

Bill Jackson

Submitted: May 9, 2018

 

 

 

April 24, 2018

Confiscated items will go on sale at auction May 7, 2018 at KFW headquarters

FRANKFORT — The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will conduct its spring public auction of surplus and confiscated items May 7 at department headquarters in Frankfort.

Confiscated auction items include shotguns, rifles, pistols, bows, hunting and fishing equipment and more. Confiscated auction items include shotguns, rifles, pistols, bows, hunting and fishing equipment and more.

Surplus auction items include a Schaffer 16-foot aluminum boat, Mercury and Johnson boat motors, four-wheel-drive Chevy, Ford and Dodge trucks, a generator, office equipment and more. Bidding on surplus items is open to everyone.

Confiscated auction items include shotguns, rifles, pistols, bows, hunting and fishing equipment and more. Firearm brands being offered for sale include Smith and Wesson, Ruger, Beretta, Browning, Savage, Remington, Benelli and more. Under state law, only qualified Kentucky residents may bid on confiscated items.

A list of all items to be offered at auction is available online at finance.ky.gov, the Kentucky Finance and Administration website. Search under the keywords, “Upcoming public auctions.” Surplus items can be purchased with cash, checks or credit cards. Other terms and conditions are included with the list of auction items. All items are sold as is.

Viewing begins at 8 a.m. (Eastern), with bidding to begin at 10 a.m. The auction will be held near the Salato Wildlife Education Center, which is on the headquarters campus of Kentucky Fish and Wildlife at 1 Sportsman’s Lane.

Visitors may find the headquarters complex off U.S. 60 in Frankfort, approximately 1 ½ miles west of the intersection with U.S. 127. A bronze deer statue marks the entrance.

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