The Links at Novadell is an eighteen hole championship track
designed by architect Don Charles. This links-style course is
constructed over the rolling terrain of former Kentucky farmland. As
such, the fairways are generally open and easy to walk; however, the
wind plays a major factor in shot accuracy. This course was designed
with the average golfer in mind, and there are few forced carries.
The greens are large (averaging 7,000 square feet) and fast, with a
slight undulation and back to front slope of about two feet. Water
comes into play on nine holes in the form of four lakes and a few
creeks. The Links at Novadell plays from 5,003 to 6,886-yards, and
there are four sets of tees to challenge all skill levels.
Dress Code: Shirts with collars and sleeves are required.
Slacks, golf shorts or walking shorts are considered appropriate
Additional Facilities: Driving Range and Putting Green
Playing Season: Open all year
The Links at Novadell Course Map Below