Bowling Green Golf Guide – Bowling Green Golf Trips

Bowling Green Golf Guide

Golfers who also happen to be fans of American muscle cars should build time into their trips to Bowling Green to visit the National Corvette Museum. More than 70 of these iconic tributes to speed and sleek design fill the 115,000-square-foot museum, including one-of-a-kind concept cars. But visitors need not just look, since interactive exhibits like the Pit-Crew Challenge and the Educational Driving Simulators allow automobile fans to rev their engines. Then true fans may want to visit the GM Corvette Assembly Plant, the only place in the world these cars are built.

Visitors to Bowling Green who want to experience something more outdoorsy can take Kentucky's only underground boat tour in Lost River Cave, and connoisseurs of history and local culture should not miss the Kentucky Museum. And fans of America's national pastime can take in a baseball game at Bowling Green Ballpark, home to the Bowling Green Hot Rods, a Class A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays.

Since golfers, however, are in the area to test-drive the local tracks, they may warm their engines at CrossWinds Golf Course, a muni that likely won't blow their wheels off, but then they can put the peddle down at the Club at Olde Stone, a spectacularly lush private club designed by Arthur Hill that offers stay-and-play packages.


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