$1 Million Hole-In-One

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FUTURE CAT, CARDS AND HOOSIERS STAND OUT AT BASKETBALL CLASSIC Louisville, KY. –  A crowd of 4,812 was on hand Saturday night at Freedom Hall as Team Lightning defeated Team Thunder 122-109 in the 44th Annual Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic presented by Papa John’s. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (University of Kentucky) was named Team Lightning MVP. WKU signee Taveion Hollingsworth was named MVP of Team Thunder. Xavier signee Naji Marshall was named the “Fan Favorite” in online voting by fans and spectators at the game. This year’s game featured top rated recruits from the nation’s top college basketball programs, including University of Louisville signees…


No Excuses to Do Nothing Today, Louisville. Here’s Your KDF Schedule

Louisville, Ky., – This is the schedule for TUESDAY’S Festival activities. Free Health Screenings for Families and Children: KENTUCKY DERBY FESTIVAL HEALTH FAIR PRESENTED BY WELLCARE HEALTH PLANS.  5 PM – 9 PM.  Kentucky Exposition Center, South Wing C. Admission is free with a 2015 Pegasus Pin®.  $8 KEC parking fee.  Promoting healthy lifestyles, there will be free health screenings for families. Sponsor: WellCare Health Plans. Contributing Sponsor:  KentuckyOne Health. Media Sponsor: WAKY 103.5. See the Parade before it marches down Broadway: REPUBLIC BANK KENTUCKY DERBY FESTIVAL PEGASUS PARADE PREVIEW PARTY. Private group tours 10 AM – 1 PM. Open…


Final Swings Today for KDF Hole-In-One Finals at Louisville’s Seneca Golf Course

Louisville, KY.  – 56 golfers will take a swing at $1 million in today’s Finals for the Stock Yards Bank Kentucky Derby Festival $1 Million Dollar Hole-In-One Golf Contest.  The Finals begin at 6 p.m. tonight (Tuesday, April 28) at Seneca Golf Course, Hole #8. Each Finalist gets one shot at the green, set up 150 yards away (135 yards for women finalists). If no finalist hits a hole in one, the participant hitting the ball closest to the pin will win $5,000. The Finals competition is exciting and free for spectators. In 2014, John Cook of Louisville came closest to the pin, hitting…