Broadmoor Country Club - Indiana - USA

Broadmoor Country Club,
2155 Kessler Blvd West Drive,
Indianapolis,
Indiana (IN) 46228,
USA


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The course at Broadmoor Country Club is an early 1920s design from Donald Ross which staged the first six editions of the Comfort Classic (then known as the GTE North Classic) on the Champions Tour, starting in 1988 when Gary Player won the inaugural tournament.

“Long underrated on the national level,” is how Daniel Wexler describes the course in The American Private Golf Club Guide. He also says that the layout “benefits from two of Donald Ross’s standard strengths (a widely acclaimed routing and intricate green complexes) as well as two relative Ross rarities: profuse bunkering and a very low degree of alteration.”

The author continues: “though laid out on flat terrain, Broadmoor is seldom uninteresting… the main thing preventing Broadmoor from playing precisely as Ross intended is a degree of tree growth so invasive that lines of play are occasionally blocked, even from the edges of fairways – a problem currently being addressed by a long range removal plan.”

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