USGA Rules of Golf
Course Road, Benton, Kentucky, 42025
(Send mail to:
PO Box 221)
Benton Golf Course Rating
(Courses re-rated every 10 years)
Public welcome, NO tee time required.
(Check tournaments for course closing, or call Pro
We carry clubs, bags, shoes, shirts,
gloves, towels, balls, tees, and accessories.
Sept. 1– Labor
Day Couples Scramble
Sign up now-(9:00)
Sept. 13-14 –Marshall County Tournament
Sept. 14– Men(Calvert)—Women(Benton)
Sign up at either club now(tee times)
Sept. 16— Tri-State Ladies Tournament
Sept. 20– Elk’s Benefit Tournament
4 person scramble(12;00)
Sept. 27- Exceptional School Benefit Tournament
Pairs Scramble (12:30)
Contact the pro shop for additional information
Thanks for your participation and cooperation
in making all of our events possible.
Progressive Discount Card - Play and save over $50!!!
(Begins April 15, 2014)
evenings 5:30, 9 hole scramble.
(Begins April 17, 2014)
Thursdays at 9:00a.m.
(Begins April 18,
Nine holes of
scramble golf, every Friday, 5:45p.m., Cost: $5/couple
Ladies Evening-Tuesdays at 5:30
Ladies Day-Thursdays at 9:00
Men’s Night- Thursdays at 5:30
Friday Night Couple’s Twilight Golf 5:45
Thanks for your
participation and cooperation
in making all of
our events possible.
YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR
THE GOLF BALL(S) YOU HIT, including for any damage to
property or injury to person caused by your shots. If
you hit a ball that strikes property or person you are
responsible to directly notify the property owner or
person of the incident. If the property owner is not
available or cannot be located you are to report the
incident to the pro shop where it will be logged of
record. Benton Country Club is not responsible for
damages or injuries resulting from the golf balls you
If you observe a golfer hit a shot striking property
or person, please report the incident to the pro shop at
the conclusion of play so it may be logged of record.
Benton Country Club is adjoined by several homes and
lawns where persons, including children, are often
present. Benton Country Club strongly discourages
players intentionally attempting shots which create a
heightened and unnecessary risk of the golf ball
striking property or person. Such shots include, but are
not limited to, #10 approach shot over creek and house
to left; #14 tee shot left toward house; #16 tee shot
over trees right; #17 approach shot over house.
Contact us at
Pro Shop Manager: Phillip Tynes
Superintendent, David Featherstone
with Clint Atwood as assistant superintendent
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