Featured Indiana Golf Courses
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The The Donald Ross Golf Course at French Lick
Originally constructed in 1917 by world-renowned architect Donald Ross, this legendary golf course has been home to many regional and national tournaments, including the 1924 PGA Championship. The course underwent an incredible transformation in collaboration with the Donald Ross Society.
French Lick Resort is the Midwest's premier resort, spa and golf destination, offering two world-class luxury hotels: West Baden Springs Hotel and French Lick Springs Hotel.
Few things get the blood pumping like the mention of Donald Ross, Pete Dye and Tom Bendelow in the same sentence. Nowhere else in the world can a golfer play courses designed by each of these noted and prolific designers at one resort destination. The rolling hills of southern Indiana provide a beautiful yet challenging golf destination. Playing golf in Indiana beats all other typical resort golf clubs. Come play a game and see for yourself!
If you're searching for premier golf courses in the Indianapolis area, look no further than Hamilton County. In Golf Digest's best course by state rankings 7 of the 15 courses named are located in or partnered with Hamilton County. With countless other endorsements from Golf Week, Golf Magazine, and more; it's no wonder that Hamilton County is Indiana's true premier golf destination!
Covered Bridge is a Fuzzy Zoeller designed 18-hole course nestled on a gently rolling plain at the foot of Southern Indiana's famous Floyds Knobs. Each hole has been laid out to emphasize the natural beauty of the landscape and panorama. The par 72 circuit features five lakes, a meandering creek and is pleasantly forested. Greens are gently contoured and trap placement is challenging but not punishing. Paved cart paths connect all tees and carts can be driven anywhere on the course's Zoysia grass fairways. Each hole offers a choice of four separate tees matching the course to the ability level of any player.
"Indiana's Most Inviting golf course that you don't have to be an expert to play" ~ Midwest Living
The Walnut Creek course opened July 1970 and the Club Run course was completed in 1998. Our designs have incorporated hills, woods, water and flatland to give challenging and interesting tests of golf. The new Club Run course is designed as a shot maker's course. It is not long but is strategic, as you will notice by the slope. It is a one of a kind golf course. The large selection of teeing areas on each course allows golfers of all abilities to appreciate the courses. The two courses are more natural in design than most golf facilities in Indiana.
Golf is a culture in South Bend Mishawaka, and for good reason. Our courses are well-renowned and varied, and visitors and locals alike take to the links year-round, and sometimes even indoors. Experience it yourself with any one of these great STAY & PLAY packages our local courses and hotels are offering.
Champions Pointe is a Fuzzy Zoeller/Clyde Johnston-designed 18-hole golf course carved through the gorgeous landscape of southern Indiana. Each hole of this par 72 layout offers a new and exciting challenge from tee to green. Paved cart paths bring these 18 holes together connecting tee boxes for every golfer's skill level to the Zoysia grass fairways throughout the course. Multiple lakes and strategically placed bunkers add to the beauty of the slightly undulated greens. Champions Pointe is a demanding yet fair test for every golfer.
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The Links is Southern Indiana's only Scottish links-style golf course. Our Tim Liddy designed gem features gently rolling bent grass fairways & greens nestled among traditional long waste bunkers, winding lakes, heather rough & panoramic views of the Ohio River Valley.
Noble Hawk is Northeast Indiana's most unique public golf facility. "The Hawk" features a design that is the perfect combination of links & traditional golf with a variety of beautiful holes. Some are pure up-north with dramatic contours and trees on all sides. Others appear to be transplanted from Florida with sand and water everywhere. Still others are picture postcards from a traditional Scottish links-land course.
Beautiful Brown County in Nashville, Indiana has so much to offer...Brown County State Park, art galleries, zip lining, shopping and so much more! One place you won't want to miss during your travels to southern Indiana is Salt Creek Golf Retreat. Located right off of State Road 46, this convenient location and easy drive from Interstate 65 makes it the perfect spot to stop during your travels.
Lafayette-West Lafayette is your next stop for a perfect golf getaway! We offer world-class golf, affordable packages and an unforgettable experience; making us a premiere golf destination. Lafayette-West Lafayette has been recognized by Golf Digest, the PGA and Golf Advisor as having unparalleled courses that will make any golfer's trip memorable.
Cobblestone Golf Course was selected as one of "America's Best New Courses" for 1999 and "Places to Play" in 2002 and 2003. This classic 18-hole layout features bent grass tees, fairways and greens, with multiple hazards to challenge each and every shot.
Harbor Links Golf Club at The Sagamore Resort was designed and constructed by P.B. Dye in 2002 as a lake side, championship resort course open to the public. While maintaining its 7,024 yard length from the long tees, Harbor Links has incorporated three sets of forward tees to suit and challenge a wider range of player skills. The par 72 course features a variety of undulating bent grass greens, many of them elevated, with four greens in direct proximity to Brookville Lake.
Ranked by GolfWeek Magazine 2nd best affordable golf course in Indiana!
Harrison Hills has been the site for many local and state events over the years. It is the home site for the Indiana Pepsi Junior Tours final Mountain Dew Tour Championship.
Tucked in the beautiful rolling hills of Southern Indiana are some great golf courses! You will want to play Sultan's Run, voted #1 Golf Course in the State of Indiana in 2015 by the Indiana Golf Owners Association. A great photo op is by the water fall on the 18th green.