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What makes Hamilton County a premier destination for Indiana golf? Could it be the collection of beautifully manicured, affordable public courses that can easily be bundled into a Stay & Play package?
Could it be the rave reviews of these central Indiana golf courses lavished upon the region's links by Golf Digest, Golf Magazine, Golf Week and Golf Chicago?
Could it be that the BMW Championship tees off September 6-11, 2016 at Carmel's historic Crooked Stick Golf Club?
It could be any of these things, and it could be them all. The only way to find out is to swing by and play one of Hamilton County's unforgettable courses for yourself. It's Indiana golf at its best!
Known across the state for its high level of difficulty, Bear Slide has been ranked by Golf Digest with four and a half stars. The front nine is a Scottish links-style, while the back is more
One of the nation’s “most unique links,” Brickyard Crossing invites golfers to play inside and outside the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Another Pete Dye masterpiece, this course has hosted
This gem in “Indiana’s Pete Dye Drive” offers a championship course and varying degrees of difficulty, allowing for all ranges of abilities to play. As a semi-private club, Plum Creek’s par-72
The area’s most awarded course, Prairie View challenges golfers with an open front and several holes surrounded by tall, native grasses. On the back nine, oak and sycamore trees line the fairways and
Covering 218 secluded acres, this sinfully long yet playable course provides a unique game for any skill level. Offering six sets of tees at every hole, Purgatory plays a short 4,200 yards or from
Tucked away alongside central Indiana’s largest waterway, the White River, River Glen’s tranquil setting takes you away from the busy outside world. River Glen features numerous water hazards and
Nestled in a scenic knoll of Historic Fort Harrison State Park, The Fort showcases the best of what Indiana golf has to offer. Consistently ranked as one of the top courses in the nation, this
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Voted the area’s most photogenic course by readers of a local magazine, Brookshire offers very challenging play on blue-rye fairways and bent grass greens. Cool Creek makes play difficult on 11
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