Paintsville Golf Course
Established in 1929 the historic Paintsville Golf Course offers a unique and challenging golfing experience for the novice to the most skilled golfer. A true Kentucky original, the Paintsville Golf Course was one of the first 18-hole golf courses in Eastern Kentucky. The course design was the vision of Dr. Paul B. Hall, a member of the Kentucky Golf Association Hall of Fame, and brothers C. Mitchel Hall and Dr. Lon C. Hall. The front 9 of the course boasts rolling fairways and several elevation changes, while the back 9 proves to be quite a challenge with two lakes, each adding difficulty to your play. At some point you will cross our famous swinging bridge as two tee shots (hole #10 and hole #17) will need to carry the Big Sandy River. The Paintsville Golf Course is situated conveniently between the Paintsville Lake State Park and the Jenny Wiley State Park and just minutes off the US 23 Country Music Highway. The natural beauty of the area only adds to the golfing experience. Our friendly staff will be glad to answer any questions that you may have or to schedule tee times.
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