The Sagamore Resort is known as a boating retreat for those living in either the Indianapolis or Cincinnati areas, however the wise decision was made at the onset of the millennium to introduce golf as an option for visitors.
Pete Dye is the best-known architect in the Indiana golfing community, however Sagamore has done itself no disservice by hiring his son P.B. Dye to handle the design of this project. Although the clubhouse is set apart from the main body of the resort, players at the Harbor Springs course will eventually find their way over Kent’s Harbor. The majority of the holes are within a stone’s throw from Brooksville Lake, almost a somewhat less glamorous version of the elder Dye’s Kiawah course.
Despite being a relatively new course, local golfers can take pride knowing that the route recycles parts of their past: Hole No. 11 is a Cape-style par four along the lake, and the wall holding it up from the water is made out of concrete slabs from the old Indiana State Road 101. Immediately following that green, players will cross a creek on a bridge previously used in the local road system.