Maple Creek Golf & Country Club
Previously known as Heather Hills Golf and Country Club
|Red (W)||72||5468 yards||73.4||134|
|Blue M: 72.7/141||347||395||340||339||180||540||376||188||535||3240||392||456||357||475||401||177||540||410||185||3393||6633|
|White M: 70.8/138||316||385||318||323||150||530||343||171||510||3046||375||412||340||464||380||157||515||391||160||3194||6240|
|Gold M: 68.8/128||308||342||301||312||135||415||305||160||450||2728||360||365||325||455||360||150||455||350||140||2960||5688|
|Red W: 73.4/134||306||342||301||309||120||410||257||157||415||2617||358||365||296||425||356||122||450||349||130||2851||5468|
I'll be a member for years to come.
I love this place, i played it when it was semi private in 2014. Now it's all private, but they offer very affordable membership packages. It has an old school feel but the members are all down-to-earth fun guys. A few younger members as well. The course is tree-lined and in pristine condition. The greens are some of the best rolling that you will play on in the city. it challenges you to think about your shots off of the tee, instead of just pulling out your driver and Swinging away. It is a shot Shapers course, and I'm sure that playing here frequently will vastly improve my mid-iron game. I can't wait till it greens up this spring. It's my Augusta National on the east side of Indy.
Short, but tight & tough rough --nice greens!
This might be Pete Dye's first course, but it reminds me of a Donald Ross; smallish greens with shallow greenside bunkers, and every fairway framed with trees (hence the name of Maple Creek due to all the maples#. Greens is great shape & I'm not just saying that because I had only 27-putts; but you do have to keep it outta the rough. The ball was tough to see in the bright glistening afternoon sun #no complaints here) and a lot of leaves, which they will get after next week. This course has a lot of grass, fairways & rough;; so we'll come back .....especially at the great GolfNow price.
Pete Dyes first 18 hole course but different than newer courses no pierd bunkers not that its easy, if you think it is move back to back tees. Many times going though narrow trees to greens or fairways.
really injoyed playing and will play again.
Course in nice shape, staff very friendly.
Tight course for me, great practice round. Really have to pick your clubs wisely and shape the ball. Very challenging, only drawback was that the bunkers were like cement. Too bad the GPS on the carts have been taken out.
Overrated course, not worth the money
I had very high hopes for Pete Dye's first 18-hole golf course, especially for an average rate of $59 per round. Luckily I only paid half that. The greens were slow, the fairway was not very well maintained, the layout was very confusing (no way to tell which way to get to next hole, sometimes a few hundred yards away). I can tell the course used to be nice, and we play all around the city and I can tell you there are other courses that are worth more than this one. Not one of Pete's best layouts, but due to the amount of mature trees, it makes it challenging. I bet Pete has not been here in years, otherwise he would be very embarassed to have his name associated with this course.
This course has narrow, close parallel fairways. For the first time visitor, few wrong turns lead to wrong tees. Markings on the ground would helpful
Ok course for specially reduced price. It would not be my choice course to play for full price.
Perfect example of a Pete Dye Course
Bring your ( A ) game!!! putting the ball in the fairway is a must, the rough is thick and juicy!! you will spend time looking for your ball for it will sit down deep. For a short course it is flat and narrow, but it is a test of your ball stikeing ability YOU BETTER HIT IT STRAIGHT!!! Truly a wonderful place to play!!!
Would recommend if you can find a good deal.
I would never pay the asking price for this course. The greens and fairways were in great shape when I played. The course is challenging because the fairways are tight and tree lined along with rough this time of the year that is HEALTHY. The pace of play was probably not the norm (at least I would hope not). We were stuck behind a 7-some! for the first 9 holes before they finally let us play through on #10. Any good course would not allow such a thing. If you can find a time for under $15 and are just looking to hit some balls, it's a good test.
Fun Course Will Play Again!!
This course is fun to play and if you want to work on some different strokes this is the course!
Flat but interesting.
Despite being rather flat, short, and without much water, this course is visually pleasing and requires some precision in shot selection and execution.