Mayfield's Mini Golf Course Opens Friday
By WestKyStar Staff
MAYFIELD, KY - Mayor Teresa Cantrell and Graves County Judge-Executive Tony Smith are ready for business at Mayfield’s new miniature golf course, located on Highway 121 North, next to the Scott Thompson Tennis Courts.
A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at 9 am today and the course will officially open for business on Friday at 5 pm. The course is a joint project of the city and county in an effort to bring more family-type activities to Mayfield and Graves County.
The course will operate through the end of October for the following hours: 5-9 pm Monday through Friday, and 3-9 pm on Saturday. Guests will pay $2 per game – any age – and special toddler-size clubs and golf balls are available.
Cantrell said school, church, or other groups interested in playing during non-operating hours can be arranged by contacting the Mayor’s office at 251-6252.
The city and county would like to thank the following sponsors for their contributions: Laurel Oak Garden Club, Arby’s, WDDJ Electric 96.9, Elite Trucking, Fox & Company CPA, Gibson’s Auto, Global Auto World, Green Acres Healthcare Center, Healogics, Heath Building Material, Jackson Purchase Medical Center, James R. Cash Auction & Real Estate, James Smith Heating & Cooling, Lila Mason in memory of Danny Mason, Lourdes Wound Care Center, Doug Sims Insurance, Neely, Brien & Wilson, Paducah Housing Services, Inc., Riley’s RV World, Stone’s Healthmart, Sun Touch Massage Therapy, and the Eye Center of Paducah.