After purchasing Ohiopyle Golf Club, Kermit_713 transformed Kentuck Knob into one of the elite courses to open in 2020. Kentuck Knob, named for the famed residence designed by the American architect Frank Lloyd Wright in rural Pennsylvania, is Kermit's best example of golf course architecture to date. High atop the Pennsylvania Allegheny Mountains, Kentuck Knob offers extraordinary golf in a unique setting. The course has a USGA rating and slope of 74.7/138 from the championship tees. The rolling bucolic terrain is ideal to fully utilize Kermit's brilliant imagination in fashioning an outing that is both fun and challenging for golfers. The layout rivals the highest-rated golf courses in the country and is a perfect companion to other Allegheny Mountain courses, such as Nemacolin's PGA TOUR tested Mystic Rock.
|2020||Blue Moon Invitational||CC-E||Elliot Newman|
|2020||Blue Moon Invitational||CC-Z||Jeremy Bouchard|
|2020||Blue Moon Invitational||CC-F||Troy DeMay|
|2020||Blue Moon Invitational||CC-G||Andrew Kanewske|
|2020||Blue Moon Invitational||Beginner||Brad Martin|