1940 – Audubon member and park resident, Walter Cisco, won the Kentucky Amateur Championship.
1941 – Audubon golf professional, Bobby Craigs, was elected honorary life president of the Kentucky Section of the Professional Golfers Association of America. Craigs served as the Kentucky group’s first president and was an active leader up until a few years prior.
1942 – Audubon played host to an Army-Navy Relief Golf Tournament headlined by Bing Crosby. Audubon’s golf professional, Bobby Craigs, and Bing Crosby competed against Louisville Country Club’s golf professional, Jack Ryan, and U.S. Senator A.B. “Happy” Chandler, and were respectfully defeated. The event raised almost $2,500 for relief funds, a substantial amount for this time period.
1947 – Audubon held a prestigious match play event, the 41st Championship of the Southern Amateur Golf Association.
1948 – Audubon member, Walter Cisco, won his second Kentucky Amateur Championship.