Charlie Vettiner Golf Course is designated as a "Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses, an Audubon International program. To reach certification, a course must demonstrate a high degree of environmental quality in a number of areas including environmental Planning, wildlife and habitat management, outreach and education and water quality management.

This is a gorgeous golf course with rolling hills, bent grass greens, and zoysia fairways. If the 50 white sand bunkers and tree-lined fairways aren’t enough to get your attention, how about the creek that meanders through several holes, with ponds on #5, #14 and #18. This has been rated as the 7th most challenging course in Kentucky. However, there are enough different tee markers to either help or challenge every level of golfer. A fully stocked Pro Shop and snack bar will help round out any day at this beautiful course. Along with spectacular golf, Charlie Vettiner Park also features a fishing lake, fitness course, hiking trails, and playground for complete family entertainment.

You can find when MSD/Louisville is dumping raw sewage into our groundwater here: msdprojectwin.org/

Kentucky DEP advises fish consumption for bottom feeders (catfish) and panfish to one per week (in a healthy person), and one per month in sensitive people (kids, elderly, sick), and for predatory fish such as bass, one meal per month with Mercury listed as the contaminant. . water.ky.gov/waterquality/Pages/FishConsumption.aspx

Kentucky Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources details a bit better listing also Mercury and PCBs according to the body of water (note they do not measure or include perchlorates or arsenic here): fw.ky.gov/Fish/Pages/Fish-Consumption-Advisories.aspx