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Miller Memorial Golf Course

Featured in Golf Digest's Best Places to Play, Miller Memorial Golf Course presents a unique challenge for competitive and recreational golfers alike. Heralded as one of west Kentucky lakes regions finest golf courses Miller Memorial offers a variety of challenges for the most discriminating golfer. We pride ourselves in the quality of our golf course and recognize the importance of your satisfaction.

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