- Address1490 N Meridian Rd, Jasper, IN 47546, USA
Pete Dye designed Bulle Rock, which was named for what is believed to be the first thoroughbred horse to be brought to the United States. Tim Liddy, perhaps sensing an opportunity to one-up his mentor, designed Sultan’s Run, named for Supreme Sultan, who sired more world champion American saddlebred horses than any other.
This area of southern Indiana is noted for its horses (nearby to Louisville, KY) and it also offers an excellent array of golf options. Sultan’s Run was acquired by the French Lick Resort, which already hosts championship routes from Donald Ross and Pete Dye. This course requires less muscle to wrestle with than those two steeds (at “just” 6,900 yards) but offers a worthwhile warmup for those other courses.
Players will find a range of risk-reward holes with plenty of opportunity for penalty as well (water is an imminent threat on all four par three holes). That said, the water that inevitably gathers the most discussion is at the closing hole, although it’s unlikely to gather any shots. The clubhouse sits above the green and below the building there sits a massive waterfall installation that is sure to distract your approach.
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