Redesign of Keth Memorial Golf Course reaches completion


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    The Keth Memorial Golf Course has been completely redesigned

  • Lovely Golf Course

    The project has been led by architect Todd Clark

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    The course will form part of the Mules National Golf Club

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    A new island green has been introduced on the eighteenth hole

Sean Dudley
By Sean Dudley

A redesign of the University of Central Missouri’s Keth Memorial Golf Course has reached completion.

GCA reported earlier this year that golf course architect Todd Clark of CE Golf Design had been selected to lead the project, which saw a total rebuild of the course.

Located in Warrensburg, Missouri, the project saw radical alterations to the course’s layout, tees, fairways and greens.

Keth Memorial now features zoysia fairways and tees, and bentgrass has also been introduced to the course’s greens. A new island green was also added to the course’s eighteenth hole.

Further elements of the project included the introduction of a new irrigation system and improvements to the course’s cart paths.

While the course itself will still be named Keth Memorial, a recent rebranding has seen the club’s name change to Mules National Golf Club. Collectively, the Keth Memorial Course, Audrey J. Walton Clubhouse, and Traditions Restaurant will fall under this moniker