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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.
Opened in 1917, The Donald Ross Course continues to test the game's best a century later. View photos of this former PGA Championship and LPGA Championship host in southern Indiana.
If you're an avid golfer, French Lick, Indiana should be on your radar of bucket-list golf destinations. Mike Bailey offers 10 reasons why.
French Lick Golf CoursesGrant Boone reviews the long history of championship golf at French Lick, Indian which dates back to the 1924 PGA Championship and continues with the Senior LPGA Championship presented by Old National Bank.Golf Advisor's architecture expert Bradley S. Klein joins Matt Ginella to explain what you can experience with the new Golf Advisor Getaways.Golf Advisor provides a sneak peek of Indiana's spectacular and historic French Lick Resort, home to a 100-year-old Donald Ross course and newer Pete Dye course.A look back at the history of The Donald Ross Course at French Lick Resort, located in French Lick, Indiana.Brandon Tucker visited the French Lick Resort in Indiana for the centennial celebration of the Donald Ross Course. This famed Midwest getaway has a long history of doing things big.You will never stay at another hotel quite like French Lick Resort's West Baden Springs Hotel, whose enormous atrium could practically host a Major League Baseball game, and you will never play another course quite like the resort's Dye Course, which from day one could host a PGA event. It is no exaggeration to call French Lick, Ind. the most unique golf destination you've never heard of, Kiel Christianson writes. It is certainly worth the trip.