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Designed by Indiana native architect Ron Kern, Purgatory Golf Club just north of Indianapolis has a links look with extensive bunkering, high fescue rough and large, undulating greens. With six sets of tees, it truly is a golf course for all levels of players.
Ranked among the best casino courses in America, Belterra Golf Course & Resort is also one of the best public courses in Indiana. As an amenity to the Belterra Casino and hotel, this Tom Fazio-designed gem is set among the natural rolling hillside of eastern Indiana, winding through lakes and more than 2,200 trees.
Long before Larry Bird honed his jump shot on hoops in nearby West Baden Springs, or Indiana native Pete Dye agreed to come back and build a new golf course on some of the state's highest mountaintop terrain, there was the Donald Ross Course at French Lick Springs Resort in southern Indiana. The Ross Course has indeed stood the test of time, Brandon Tucker writes.
Elevated tees, narrow ribbons of fairways and hardly a flat lie await golfers who take on the 8,000-yard beast that is the Pete Dye Course at French Lick Resort in Indiana.
With zoysia fairways and bentgrass greens, Champions Pointe Golf Club can be stretched to nearly 7,200 yards. But with five sets of tees, it's playable by all levels.
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