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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.
An 18-hole championship course, the Beechwood Golf Course is located in northern Indiana in the city of La Porte. The course also features the Beechwood Pro Shop, several practice facilities, and the Beechwood Grille. Designed by William Diddle and constructed during the 1930s, the Beechwood Golf Course was donated to the City of La Porte by the Fox Family. The course also features a free green fee to members of the Beechwood Golf Course eClub on their birthday.
Plan your next spring or summer visit to Indiana. When you do so, make sure you bring your clubs along for the ride – there are some truly must-play courses to be found in the Hoosier State. Travel north into Goshen, and check out the challenging, yet fun, Black Squirrel Golf Course. Opened in 1989, Black Squirrel is 18 lush and well manicured holes. The course plays to a par of 72, features a slope rating of 115, and a course rating of 69.8. This Tom Zimmerman-designed course is southwest of downtown Goshen, along Plymouth Avenue, only minutes from Shanklin Park.
Take full advantage of your time in Muncie with 18 holes at the Crestview Golf Club. Drive in from Anderson – another charming Indianapolis area city – and keep your drives low and straight on this par-71 course. You'll find Crestview Golf Club south of downtown Muncie, not far from Highway 67. Plan a trip to Muncie and bring your clubs along – don't forget to call ahead and book a tee time at Crestview. Opened in 1955, Crestview Golf Course was designed by Bill Williamson. It features a slope rating of 120, a course rating of 69.5, and plays to 6,198 yards from the championship tees.
Designed by William J. Spear, the Forest Park Golf Course is a must-play course in Indiana. Your next trip to Indianapolis should yield 18 holes at the Forest Park, one of the premier courses near the Indianapolis metro area. Be sure to bring your clubs along for the ride and book a tee time soon at Forest Park Golf Course. You'll find Forest Park just west of Highway 37, not far off of Westfield Road. Opened in 1956, Forest Park Golf Course is 5,642 yards in length from the championship tees. It features a course rating of 67.2, and a slope rating of 114.
Enjoy a pleasant afternoon when you play the Highland Lake Golf Club in Richmond, IN. 18 manicured holes across nearly 7,000 yards from the championship tees, the Highland Lake Golf Club is a top destination for golfers of all skill sets in the Indianapolis Area. Designed by John Budzale, the course at Highland Lake Golf Club opened in 1972. It features a course rating of 71.5, and a slope rating of 118. When you travel through the eastern portion of metro Indianapolis, bring your clubs along for the ride and book a tee time at Highland Lake.
Appropriately set along Interstate 69, the I69 Golf Trail is located around four counties in northeast Indiana: Fort Wayne, Auburn, DeKalb, and Grant. Courses include Autumn Ridge, Walnut Creek, Cherry Hill, and Club Run. Six premiere golf courses occupy a 90-mile stretch of Interstate 69 from Angola to Gas City, offering the perfect opportunity to take a week-end road trip and play up to 108 rounds of golf (though you may be more comfortable with just 36 rounds).
Whether you've been through on multiple occasions, or if it's your first trek into French Lick, one thing is certain – pack your golf clubs. The Pete Dye Course is a marvel of golf course architecture, and one of the top courses in southern Indiana. It's so well regarded, in fact, it hosted the 2015 Senior PGA Championship.
Sprawled across some of the highest elevation points in the state, the Pete Dye Course features five different tee boxes – the reds play to 5,151 yards, while the championship gold tees play to 8,102 yards. The Pete Dye Course opened in 2009, is a par 72, and is just one of the many great courses found along the Pete Dye Golf Trail.
Touted as Indiana’s premier golf experience, the Pete Dye Golf Trail is comprised of seven courses from the northern Indiana community of Culver, through Indianapolis and the surrounding area, and then down to French Lick in southern Indiana. Players of all skill levels are challenged by courses like West LaFayette’s Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex and Plum Creek in Carmel. The Pete Dye Course at French Lick was even named Golf Digest’s 2009 Public Course of the Year.
Explore northern Indiana with your golf clubs in tow and check out Rock Hollow Golf Club. Ideal for your spring or summer visit to Peru, Rock Hollow Golf Club was designed by Tim Liddy over nearly 300 acres of pristine northern Indiana pastures. Rock Hollow Golf Club is 18 holes, measuring in at 6,944 yards from the tips (longest tee box). Drive in from Monticello and try for the course record.
You'll find excellent golfing conditions when you reserve your next tee time at Rock Hollow Golf Club. Rated at 4.5 stars by Golf Digest, and host of the 1996 and 1997 Indiana Open, Rock Hollow should prove to be exciting, challenging, and always entertaining.
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.
Tee it up and let it rip – experience a wealth of golfing pleasures on your next visit to Marion, north of the Indianapolis metro area. Discover the Walnut Creek Golf Courses when you visit. A short drive from nearby Gas City, the Walnut Creek Golf Courses offer a unique golf experience, as it combines two 18-hole courses side by side – Walnut Creek and Club Run.
Walnut Creek was opened in July of 1970 with 18 holes, and as of 2011, Golf Digest rates Walnut Creek with a four-star rating. In 1995, Club Run opened as a nine-hole, executive course, with the full fledged 18 holes finally opening in 1998. Walnut Creek features tall, mature trees with large greens, whereas Club Run is a more modern course, featuring smaller greens – you'll find both courses challenging and fun.
Enjoy a sterling day on the course with 18 holes at the Wooded View Golf Course. Journey into Clarksville, the charming southern Indiana suburb, and book your tee time now for an unmatched day of golf at Wooded View Golf Course. Wooded View is a well regarded, par-71 course which opened in 1978. Wooded View is 6,514 yards from the back tees, and features a slope rating of 126, and a course rating of 71.0. You'll find Wooded View Golf Course just south of Lapping Memorial Park, near the confluence of I-265 and I-65.