Voters in the Lexington Road precinct will decide Dec. 23 on whether Old Bridge Golf Club can sell alcohol.
A petition with 145 signatures was submitted and approved by the Boyle County Clerk's office. The election date was set by Judge-Executive Tony Wilder.
The golf course would not be under the same restrictions as restaurants. For example, the course would not have to derive 70 percent of its revenue from food.
The law says that such local options were created to "promote economic development and tourism."
Because the 18-hole golf course is outside Danville city limits, where there is no liquor-by-the-drink, it would be the only business in that precinct able to get a license to sell alcohol.