NKY Golf Course Announces It Will Close
A Northern Kentucky golf course announced Tuesday that it would permanently closed.
Twin Bridges Golf Club, in the Campbell County community of California, will close for good on December 31, according to a Facebook post on the course's page.
In the statement, signed by Vic Dawn and Scott Schoulties, it was announced that 2019 memberships that have been purchased will be refunded.
Twin Bridges was founded in 1997 by a small group of investors, according to its website, and created on land that was originally used as a dairy farm.
The course was described on its website as "very challenging" and "home to one of the most difficult par-3s in the Northern Kentucky area." That was a reference to Hole 11.
Twin Bridges has been home to the Northern Kentucky Men's Amateur, the Northern Kentucky Junior and Senior Amateur, and the Northern Kentucky Senior Championship.
Starting next week, the course will be closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays but will be open the other five days of the week through the end of the year.
Photo via Twin Bridges Facebook page