Putt for birdie in Indiana.
Play These Nine Indiana Golf Courses
All across Indiana, from the metropolis of Indianapolis, to the northern reaches of La Porte – you'll find exceptional golf courses, each yielding their own brand of challenges. When your Indiana visit has you in the south, head for the border and play a round in Clarksville. Wherever you play, be sure to keep your drives straight and mind those bunkers.
1. Beechwood Golf Course
Make your Indiana travel plans for the northern region and head for La Porte – you'll be able to enjoy a par 72 spread across 18 lush holes. Designed by William H. Diddel, and a short drive from nearby Chesterton and Valparaiso, Beechwood Golf Course plays to a max length of 6,627 yards.
2. Pete Dye Golf Trail
The Pete Dye Golf Trail is unique Indiana attraction. With seven spectacular courses stretching from as far north as the Mystic Hill Golf Club in Culver, to as far south as French Lick Resort Golf Course in the city of French Lick – with plenty of central Indiana courses peppered in.
3. Walnut Creek Golf Courses
Head into Marion, another charming and fun northern Indiana city, and check out Walnut Creek Golf Complex. You'll find 36 premier holes across two different courses – play one, or go for the full nine yards and play them both. Nearby Fort Wayne is a short drive away.
4. Rock hollow Golf club
Bring your A-game to Indiana and shoot for par.
In the city of Peru, find Rock Hollow Golf Club on your next visit. With a 4.5 star rating from Golf Digest, this 18-hole beauty hosted the 1996 and 1997 Indiana Open. Drive in from nearby Monticello.
5. Wooded View Golf Course
Opened in 1978, the Wooded View Golf Course is genuine triumph in Clarksville. When your next Indiana visit has you exploring the south, be sure to book a tee time for 18 incredible holes near New Albany.
6. Vincennes Golf CLub
In western Indiana, near the border, check out the Vincennes Golf Club. Your visit to the city of Vincennes should be met with top-flight golf – choose between the Vincennes Course, or the Vincennes Elks Course.
7. Forest Park Golf Course
At a par 71, and playing to a max distance of 6,012 yards from the back tees, the Forest Park Golf Course is premier attraction in Brazil, IN. Another premier course to play in southern Indiana, Forest Park Golf Course is 18 gorgeous holes designed by Pete Dye.
8. Highland Lake Golf Course
Designed by John Budzale, the Highland Lake Golf Course is found north of downtown Richmond, just off of I-70. You'll have access to the Highland Lake Golf Course pro shop and snack bar at this wonderful public course.
9. Crestview Golf Club
Challenging the golf community of Muncie since 1955, the Crestview Golf Club is 18 holes of fun. Shoot for par at this par-71 public course – an easy drive from nearby Anderson. With it's course rating of 69.5, and slope rating of 120, the Bill Williamson-designed course is an ideal choice for an exciting day outdoors.