Kentucky PGA Releases 2023 Schedule

Kentucky PGA’s 2023 schedule set.

LOUISVILLE, KY (January 11, 2023) – The Kentucky PGA Section has completed its 2023 tournament schedule which features almost one event per week from the beginning of April through the end of October.

The year ahead is highlighted by the State Opens and Section Championships which occupy a significant chunk of the schedule from late June through the end of August. The most prestigious tournament in the state, the 104th Kentucky Open, will take place at Persimmon Ridge Golf Club for the third consecutive year on July 25-27. Preceding it, the Kentucky Senior Open will head to Frankfort Country Club for the second time in four years on June 26-27 while Elizabethtown Country Club will host the Kentucky Women’s Open for the first time on July 17-18.

Winchester Country Club will be the site of the Kentucky Senior PGA Professional Championship on July 31 – August 1 to start the Section Championship slate. Afterwards, the marquee competition for Kentucky PGA Members will visit Hunting Creek Country Club on August 21-22 to start the qualification process for the 2024 PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club. Indian Hills Country Club is set to welcome both Assistant Professionals and female Pros for the National Car Rental Kentucky Assistant PGA Professional Championship and Kentucky Women’s PGA Professional Championship on August 29.

In terms of changes from previous years, the most noticeable adjustment from the past is the departure of the Golf House Kentucky Classics. Those individual competitions have been replaced by three new team events.

The full schedule is listed below. All dates and venues are subject to change. Major tournaments are denoted by bold text. Qualifying events are italicized.




April 3-4

Kaiser Cup

Belterra Golf Club

April 10

Pro-Pro Shamble

University of Louisville Golf Club

April 17


Country Club of Paducah

April 24

HOPE for Heroes


May 1

Pro-Am Championship

Big Spring Country Club – Harmony Landing Course

May 8


Greenbrier Golf & Country Club

May 15


Big Spring Country Club

May 16

U.S. Open Local Qualifier

The Club at Olde Stone

May 22


Audubon Country Club

May 30

2x2 Pro-Am

Traditions Golf Club

June 5

Pro-Pro Challenge

University Club of Kentucky (Big Blue)

June 8


Oldham County Country Club

June 19

Bill Long Mega Pro-Am

Wildwood Country Club

June 26-27

Kentucky Senior Open

Frankfort Country Club

July 6

Barbasol Championship Pre-Qualifier

Cherry Blossom Golf Club

July 10

Barbasol Championship Monday Qualifier

Boone’s Trace National Golf Club

July 17-18

Kentucky Women’s Open

Elizabethtown Country Club

July 25-27

Kentucky Open

Persimmon Ridge Golf Club

July 31 – August 1

Kentucky Senior PGA Professional Championship

Winchester Country Club

August 7

ISCO Industries Youth on Course Kentucky Pro-Am

Valhalla Golf Club

August 14


Woodhaven Country Club

August 21-22

Kentucky PGA Professional Championship

Hunting Creek Country Club

August 29

National Car Rental Kentucky Assistant PGA Professional Championship

Indian Hills Country Club

August 29

Kentucky Women’s PGA Professional Championship

Indian Hills Country Club

September 6

Coomer Cup

The Club at Olde Stone

September 11

Titleist | FootJoy Team Championship

Gay Brewer, Jr. Golf Course at Picadome

September 18

Pro-Senior 2

Summit Hills Country Club

October 5

Feeders Supply Pro-Am

Lake Forest Country Club

October 10-11

Kentucky PGA Match Play Championships

Louisville Country Club

October 23-24

Pro-Pro Championship presented by Golf Pro Payments

Perry Park Golf Resort

October 30

Year-End Scramble

Woodhaven Country Club

Registration for all tournaments will open on Tuesday, March 7. Qualifying dates and locations for the 104th Kentucky Open will be released in early February.

About the Kentucky PGA:
The Kentucky PGA Section (KPGA) is one of 41 Sections across the country representing the PGA of America and its Members. It is also one of three organizations encompassed within Golf House Kentucky, which also includes the Kentucky Golf Association (KGA) and Kentucky Golf Foundation (KGF). The KPGA contains more than 275 Members and more than 30 Associates working in various roles across Kentucky; all of whom share the goal of bettering the game and its players. The KPGA and its Members assist with the organization of many chief growth-of-the-game initiatives including PGA HOPE and PGA Jr. League among others. The Section also operates more than thirty tournaments throughout the golf season, including the three State Open championships and qualifiers for the Barbasol Championship.

Media Contact:
Ethan Fisher, PGA | Golf House Kentucky | | (502) 792-9703

About Golf House Kentucky

Golf House Kentucky is the umbrella organization for Kentucky’s Family of Golf Organizations: Kentucky Golf Association, Kentucky PGA and Kentucky Golf Foundation. The vision of Kentucky’s golf leaders, Golf House Kentucky was founded in 1978, and is headquartered in a picturesque country setting in Louisville, Kentucky. Golf House Kentucky conducts competitions for golfers of all ages, gender and skill levels (amateur, professional and junior), and provides valuable services to Kentucky PGA professionals and member golf facilities. Working in partnership with the USGA, Golf House Kentucky provides individual golfers and member golf facilities with a wide range of services: Handicapping, USGA Course and Slope Rating, award programs, club consulting and golf management software. The family’s philanthropic affiliate, Kentucky Golf Foundation promotes the Kentucky Golf Hall of Fame, Kentucky golf museum and provides grant and scholarship programs for youth in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

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