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Indian Hills Country Club is excited to announce the beginning of a new era for golf in Bowling Green. The club has converted to Tif Eagle Ultra-Dwarf Bermuda greens, a variety of turf that produces top quality putting conditions throughout the hot & humid Kentucky summers. Indian Hills is leading the way as the first private course in South Central Kentucky to convert to Tif-Eagle Bermuda Greens. Come out and see what we’re talking about, you don’t want to miss it! Call Cindy or Payton today at 270-842-0041. Indian Hills Country Club, it’s where you belong!

2022 Clark’s Pump-N-Shop Kentucky Amateur Championship

Indian Hills Country Club in Bowling Green, Ky. has been selected as the host for the 2022 Clark’s Pump-N-Shop Kentucky Amateur Championship. Along with the Kentucky Amateur, the club will also host all four KGA major championships in the next ten years, including the 2025 Kentucky Mid-Amateur, 2028 KGA Match Play Championship and 2030 Kentucky Senior Amateur Championship.

“The Kentucky Golf Association is truly excited to bring the 2022 Kentucky Amateur to Indian Hills Country Club, along with each of our major events over the next ten years,” said Dave Nicholas, President of the Kentucky Golf Association. “We are truly grateful for their support of our association and are privileged to have them as a Member Club. It is a tremendous facility and one that our players will undoubtedly enjoy.”

“We are thrilled to bring four KGA major championships to Indian Hills Country Club, beginning with the 2022 Kentucky Amateur Championship,” said Brent Paladino, Executive Director of Golf House Kentucky. “The golf course and facility will be an excellent venue and we are confident the course will provide a great test of golf for the state’s top amateur golfers.”

2022 will mark the first time that the state’s most prestigious amateur championship will visit Indian Hills Country Club. The club recently hosted the Kentucky PGA Professional Championship this past August and proved to be a stern test of golf for the state’s top professionals, with just four players breaking par over the two-day championship. The course measures 6,676 yards from the back tees, but demands accuracy off the tee and precise distance control into the green complexes.

“Indian Hills Country Club is honored to host the 2022 Kentucky State Amateur Championship,” said John Mullendore, Head PGA Professional. “We are excited to partner with the KGA and host the best players in the state at our beautiful facility. Our Board of Directors , members, and staff are looking forward to showing Kentucky what Indian Hills has to offer.”

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