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1742 Danville Rd Harrodsburg, KY 40330
1742 Danville RoadUSKentuckyHarrodsburg40330
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Straightforward lodging with an outdoor pool & seasonal restaurant, plus golf packages & free WiFi.- Google
"Kevin and everyone there take great care of us while we are here."
"The pool water then became cloudy and smelled like dirty feet."
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Les Snyder
5 months ago
More detailed review on trip advisor. Ran out of room on this one. Been going here with a group of 12 for the last 13 years. It has steadily declined, value for what you get is not there anymore. Golf course has minimum maintenance, sand traps are horrible and are not maintained. Greens were hard, tee boxes were so hard it was difficult to get tees in some. Hotel is overpriced (47 a night per person dbl) Food is great, as is service in lodging and restaurant. This used to be a place where there was value for what you got, reasonable prices, not a fancy course but a well maintained course that was fun to play. Prices have gone up and/or they have dropped what you get and course has steadily declined. Used to get 8 meals over 3 days for the Gold Leaf package, now you only get 6. If you are a golfer who likes to have a few beers on the course, you may be disappointed. If you are a drinker who likes to golf, this is the place for you.
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jimmy madden
a year ago
Been there three yrs now and love the atmosphere of staying on the grounds and walking out your door to play golf. Little disappointed with the course conditions this year. Way too many weeds on the course and not too good tee boxes. Overall a good experience for a group of guys from Cleve. Oh. Going back next year!
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Joseph Mueller
5 years ago
My family stayed at the Bright Leaf Golf Resort last month when visiting Harrodsburg, KY for a soccer tournament. We made a terrible mistake by believing the "resort" website and paying more money to stay there instead of the nearby budget motels. The Bright Leaf is nothing more than a dilapidated and outdated motor lodge - albeit with a large gold course. Since nobody in my family plays golf, this was of no interest to us. The rooms are small, out of date and uncomfortable. The hotel has displayed religious signs such as the Ten Commandments in each room, which made me, a non-Christian, a little put-off. There was a very musty and stale odor to the room that no amount of air freshener could seem to cover. Several light fixtures did not work, there was no toilet seat, and a used bar of soap festooned with what I believe to be a pubic hair was left on the floor in the extremely small bathroom. The room was equipped with a small refrigerator which was not located anywhere near an electrical outlet, the television lacked sound on several channels no coffee was provided for use in the provided coffee maker. We found a dirty flip-flop sandal in the ice machine. The hotel is plastered with signs warning people of potential extra charges, such as will be incurred if you use your room towel at the pool. The pool is way too small for the size of this motel and is not monitored by staff to prevent overcrowding. Our first day there, the pool had so much chlorine in it that my eyes burned until the next day, but that was better than when the pool became so overcrowded that the chlorine was overwhelmed. The pool water then became cloudy and smelled like dirty feet. My concerns were not greeted with anything but contempt from the extremely rude office staff. They seemed more irritated to be busy on this particular weekend than grateful for the business. I should also mention that the hotel charges a $10 deposit for keys to your room, but only returns $8 at checkout as a "processing fee". I was glad to leave this terrible place and warn others to look elsewhere if they are ever forced to visit Harrodsburg, KY.
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John Thomas
a year ago
Very poor management
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Bill Huff
a year ago
If you're a "breakfast buff" like my wife and I, during summer we eat weekend breakfast in their Hole 19 Restaurant. The compilation and preparation of a wholesome breakfast is enhanced as one slowly digests bacon and eggs with hot coffee with biscuits! Even better is being able to gaze upon a green inviting, manacured golf course through the open glass wall is awesome!
Jeff Green
2 years ago
Been coming here for about 13yrs, and we bring a group of about 24 golfers, and we all can't wait to come back. Kevin and everyone there take great care of us while we are here. We have blast!!! Tudor Group
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Jack Wilson
2 years ago
This place is far from a resort. It is way overpriced and you do not get what you pay for. I would suggest looking elsewhere for a place to stay.
A Google User
2 years ago
Since I have been waiting to tee off for the past 15 minutes I thought a review would be something helpful for potential visitors. The tee times are not managed whatsoever. Any time of the day carts are backed up at the first or tenth holes. Currently my group of 4 are waiting to tee off at the 5th and there is what appears to be a group of 4 on the green, group of 4 on the fairway, a group of 4 teeing off and a single player waiting behind them. Then after the solo player my group is waiting with a group of three behind us and another group behind them approaching the green on the 4th. Apparently its ok to send out groups of 12 or more as well and not take into consideration the group of 4 to go off in front of them. The course is nice and no complaints about it at all! Just managed poorly. Do not pay for unlimited golf cause you will only have time to golf one and half rounds. Its time to tee off now. As for the rooms not great
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