Tournament play opens on Friday morning at Cobblestone Golf Course after Councilman Dasey's opening remarks. A tKO stalwart, Cobblestone is the only course that has remained in the rota for every tKO since the inaugural tournament in 2008. The nerves will most certainly hit on the first tee and we’ve seen a fair amount of championship hopes dashed in the first few shaky holes of the tournament. But as the easier course of the two, Cobblestone allows some birdie and eagle opportunities to make up some ground on the field.  As rounds 1 & 2 are staged here, making it through the grueling first day will position you for a spot in the championship flight, or the trash flight. You decide!

RDGC course record:  74

Andre Goodreau - tKO XIV

Bixler course record: 60

Marty Mason - tKO VI


Glendarin Hills

Introduced into the rota for tKOIII, Glendarin Hills has quickly become a fan favorite and home to the Kendallville Open's championship rounds and awards ceremony. Before trophies can be raised and blazers slipped over shoulders, a champion must withstand the many challenges laid out by Glendarin Hills.  What starts as a very open first hole quickly becomes a lot more challenging as the course weaves through tree lined fairways and dramatic elevation changes. Keeping your ball in play is vital as big scores are sure to be had. But as you come down the final few holes with a title in your sight, that’s where true champions are born!

RDGC course record:  80

Michael Robinson - tKOXII

Bixler course record:  63

Kevin Rousos - tKOVII

Chris Aschman - tKOVIII