See the Cabbage Patch Invitational Golf Tournament July 17
You’re invited to play golf for a great cause at one of the best courses in the country. Eat breakfast, have lunch and enjoy a cocktail reception at the Cabbage Patch Invitational. Oh, yeah. You’ll get to play lots of golf, too.
Cabbage Patch Invitational
The Cabbage Patch Settlement House provides services to at-risk children and families in Louisville. And this July, you can help them raise funds while you enjoy one of the most beautiful golf courses anywhere. “Golf Digest” rated Valhalla as one of the 100 Greatest Courses in America, which is a pretty big deal.
And you’ll have a big time playing in this invitational. Tickets cost $1,625 for individual players. Get a team of four and register for $6,500. The price includes breakfast, lunch and a cocktail reception. The proceeds help to support the Cabbage Patch.
Be at Valhalla Golf Course at 8 am to participate, and be ready to enjoy a full day on the course. The fun doesn’t end until 3 pm. Valhalla is at 15503 Shelbyville Road. After you play on the course that’s named for the Viking feasting hall, take a quick drive through a Heavenly neighborhood nearby: Lake Forest.
Looking Around at Lake Forest
If golf is your thing, Lake Forest should be your neighborhood. Lake Forest looks like a golf course with homes on it, and that's only partially because this neighborhood is home to a championship course designed by Arnold Palmer. The wide, green lawns, rolling hills and gorgeous landscaping are the perfect way to showcase the grand, luxury homes in Lake Forest.
Custom-designed and made for space, Lake Forest looks high-end because it is. The homes here are full of features like granite counters, hardwood floors, fireplaces, swimming pools, garages -- well, all the stuff you've probably dreamed of having in a home. Lake Forest is everything you've dreamed of in a neighborhood, too. This community has walking paths, swimming pools for the residents to use, even a posh clubhouse.
Lake Forest hosts community-wide events frequently for residents to enjoy, and the location can’t be better. This neighborhood is just minutes from Valhalla and close to all sorts of family-friendly attractions. Look around here for yourself in July, and you may be looking at your future home soon.
To learn about other fun things to do in the area, please visit our Louisville Real Estate website.