The “Golden Age” of golf course architecture is generally considered between the early 20th century until the outbreak of World War II.
Rolling Hills Country Club (formerly known as Lake View Country Club) located in Paducah, Kentucky was designed by American golf course architect and founding member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects, Perry Maxwell. Opening its doors on September 1, 1926, Rolling Hills Country Club was designed by Maxwell knew that the character and contour of the land would provide the perfect setting to create one of the finest golf courses in Kentucky.
Nearly 100 years later, Rolling Hills Country Club has become a staple in the community. From birthdays to weddings, Rolling Hills Country Club provides the perfect venue for your event and can help create memories that will last a lifetime.