The Trophy Club
|Black M: 75.3/138||483||576||445||212||369||464||421||214||576||3760||356||553||337||481||202||422||519||220||467||3557||7317|
|Blue M: 72.1/130||431||504||402||194||299||422||402||183||528||3365||327||501||314||431||163||401||481||191||406||3215||6580|
|White M: 69.6/124||389||456||370||160||270||383||350||150||492||3020||313||470||305||391||141||366||448||173||379||2986||6006|
|Green W: 69.3/118||293||399||317||124||215||323||302||107||431||2511||272||433||273||316||110||296||400||116||323||2539||5050|
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Overbooked with no Starter or time management. Could not even finish my round.
Pete Dye protege
One of my favorite courses in Indiana. Tim Liddy is a masterful architect. It's a fair course, but requires skill to shoot in the 80's. Turf is fantastic with rolling terrain and slick undulated putting surfaces. It's an incredible value for the price. This course ranks right along with Prarie View, Bearslide, Purgatory, Coyote Crossing, the Purdue courses, Plum Creek and all the top loops in Indiana. Driving range right next to clubhouse.
One of the best courses in the state of Indiana
One of the best courses in the state of Indiana. I would recommend this course to anyone this course is in great great great shape it's fun to play it's challenging but fun to play so go play it.
My absolute favorite course. Always in great condition, very challenging and fantastic value. Over an hour from me so I only get to play it 5-10 times a year.
Everything was great except the greens, they had recently been slit and were somewhat bumpy.
A Real Surprise
This was my first time playing a links course. It was so much fun. The fairways and greens were in wonderful shape. Challenging and easier holes are mixed together to keep you looking forward to the next surprise. I've never enjoyed playing a course for the first time as much as this.
One of my favorites in Indy
I've been coming to Indy every summer for a few years and always make sure to make the drive out and play Trophy Club a few times during my trip. It's my favorite track in Indy--along with Purgatory--and I've played most of them.. It's hard to beat for $32 at 3pm on a weekend, too. Fescue is dire during the summer, so keep it in play. Better to play short, than go long and through the fairway on a lot of the holes. But risk reward play abounds. Greens are pretty good and run smoothly and quickly enough to give you pause, especially with some of the tough pin locations that are often there . A lot of interesting holes--shortish par fives that beg you to go for it in two, but are incredibly tough. Great selection of par 3s. When the wind is up--and apparently that's pretty often, club selection can be 2-3 either way. I'd go back and play every day if it wasn't 40 mins from my place. $13 six packs of beer, too, has to be the cheapest I've ever seen on a golf course.. Can't recommend it enough.
6 hour round
yes, you read that correctly, a 6 hour round at 3:30 on a Sunday afternoon. Tee times were pretty full but they were still letting walk ons on. No ranger to police the course. No pairing of twosomes. Just poor course/player/booking management all around. I have played probably over 100 rounds on this course over the and have never been so disappointed. I won't be making the 30 min drive again any time soon. I also sent two emails to ask what the heck went wrong and not one response. In my book, that warrants a negative review.
This course is all about risk and reward
better to play this course tee to green the way it was designed to be played but there are many opportunities to make up a stroke or two if you get down. Reachable par 5's, a couple of drivable par 4's. all have a price you pay if you fail to pull it off. No two holes play remotely the same, well designed layout.
Great Test of Golf
Fun course! Better pack your A putting game. A lot of challenging greens. Great risk/reward situations. Love not seeing homes & a lot of other golfers throughout the round. It's worth the extra travel time from Carmel.
Beautiful course! Lots of sand bunkers make shot selection a key to playing good.Was my first time playing here due to the fact i heard it was expensive, but got a hot deal!
The course and clubhouse showed a lack of maintenance. It is usually an above average conditioned and maintained course but bunkers have had no attention and there appeared to be little staff working the course and only one individual working the clubhouse and beverage area. Bathrooms need attention. Maybe they are waiting for better weather and part-time staff to be employed once college kids are available. I was disappointed as this course is one of my first choices on GolfNow.
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