Broadmoor Country Club’s Donald Ross-designed course was inaugurated in 1922 and it still retains its Golden Age charm, despite the fact that playing corridors have narrowed somewhat by the growth of trees down the years.
Located within a 247-acre property on the outskirts of Lebanon, The Trophy Club course is a mid-1990s Tim Liddy design that’s routed around the meandering waters of Prairie Creek.
Founded in 1891, the Country Club of Indianapolis is one of the oldest clubs in the nation. The course in play on today's present site is a Tom Bendelow design from 1912 which was refashioned by Pete Dye in 1992.
Formed in 1916, South Bend Country Club was designed by Chicagoan George O’Neil and was host to the Western Open in 1935. In recent years the course has been chosen as the venue for a number of prestigious Indiana state events.
The Sycamore Hills Golf Club site undulates gently with the narrow Aboite River having been used to great effect. Mature sycamore, oak and fir trees frame many holes.
The Kampen course at the 36-hole Purdue University Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex is a Pete Dye design named in honor of Purdue supporter, Emerson Kampen, and it's one of the nation’s top collegiate courses.
The Sagamore Golf Club operates within a residential development situated close to Noblesville and the members’ course is a modern Jack Nicklaus design that debuted in 2003.
Bill Diddel established the 18-hole layout at Elcona Country Club in 1956, constructed within a large 342-acre property. The course has since undergone a renovation by Arthur Hills, when particular attention was paid to improving the home green.
Built by Tim Liddy, the course at Rock Hollow Golf Club sits on a 300-acre site that was reclaimed from an old gravel pit belonging to a local aggregate manufacturing company.
Architect Bill Diddel constructed the original 18-hole course at Woodland Country Club in the 1950s and this layout was given a full makeover by Pete Dye fifty years later.