Iroquois is a neighborhood on the south side of Louisville, Kentucky. The neighborhood is roughly bounded by Hazelwood Avenue, Beechmont, Third Street, Kenwood Drive, and Iroquois Park. The largely residential area was developed as a suburb after World War II and into the 1950s.
The area centerpiece, Iroquois Park, was planned by Frederick Law Olmsted as a "scenic reservation" of forested hillsides and breathtaking vistas. The park features the Iroquois Amphitheater, an open-air theater that accommodates 2,407 people. Additional park highlights include scenic overlooks, playgrounds, horse and hiking trails, exercise paths, a disc golf course, and the spectacular Iroquois Amphitheater.
Iroquois Golf Course offers an 18-hole course that challenges golfers of all levels. Creeks come into play on seven of the holes and the tree-lined fairways of the front nine contrast nicely with the open layout of the back nine. Iroquois does not have a driving range, but it does have a putting green and chipping green that are available for practice and warm-up.