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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?
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!
One of the most difficult courses in the state, Bear Slide has been ranked by Golf Digest as one of America's top 75 affordable golf courses and the seventh best in the state. Golf Magazine lists it
Open mid-Mar - Nov, 18 hole. Often called the nation's most unique links, Brickyard Crossing has golfers playing inside and outside the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway's racing oval. The facility
Golf Center of Hamilton County is Indiana's newest indoor golf entertainment and training facility. Located in the Hamilton County Sports Complex, the facility features PGA Tour simulators by
Golf instruction that is focused on making each individual player the best they can be. No method is taught, rather each player is individually analyzed and a personal plan is put in front of the
Designed by nationally acclaimed golf architect Pete Dye, Plum Creek promises to be one of the premier semi-private clubs in the state. Site of the 2004 IWGA Mid-Amateur Championship and 2003 Indiana
Rated by readers of Great Lakes Golf magazine, Prairie View won accolades in Best Course, Best Par-3, Most Beautiful and other categories in 2002. As Indiana's only course designed by the renowned
Golf Digest describes Purgatory as, "what every course should be, a visual experience as well as a playing challenge." With six sets of tees at every hole, Purgatory provides a unique game for any
Open mid-Mar-Nov, 18 hole. This course with rolling hills and lots of water challenges golfers with many traps and difficult par-4s. The facility includes a driving range and snack bar.
Open mid-Mar-Nov., 18 hole. Famed golf course architect Pete Dye took this 238-acre natural setting and created an 18-hole championship layout that is both beautiful and challenging. The facility
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37 E. Main Street
Carmel, IN 46032