Indiana Golf Courses: Hit the Links in the Hoosier State

Indiana golf courses span a wide range of styles, purposes, and prices. There are championship, 18 hole courses designed to challenge the most hardened golf veteran, open-ended golf fields that require tight ball control, link-based courses that can land you in bunkers, water hazards, or deep woods, family friendly golf courses.

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Indianapolis is home to several nice golf courses, many of which have received prestigious awards. No matter where you live in Indianapolis, if you’re a golf enthusiast, chances are there’s a course near you.

Greater Indy Golf Courses

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The north side is boasts an impressive collection of courses, including several designed by the legendary course architect, Pete Dye, from the Bridgewater Club and Crooked Stick Golf Club to the Dykeman Park Municipal Course in Anderson.

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For golf lovers on the east side there are golf courses that offer a good variety of beautiful and challenging courses. Whether its an 18-hole course with manicured fairways and tricky dog legs or courses with mature trees and bluegrass.

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The south side includes many Greenwood golf courses, in addition to courses in smaller towns like Camby, Edinburgh, Franklin and even Greensburg.

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If it’s the west side that interests you, then you’ll be happy to know there is no shortage of fun and scenic golf courses in such areas as Avon, Brownsburg, Danville, Pendleton and Mooresville.


Purgatory Golf Club has attained well deserved honors. Golf Week Magazine chose it as the top course in the state of Indiana. It made the United States‘ top 100 in Golf Digest Magazine’s Greatest Public Courses list, and ranked in the Top Fifty women’s golf courses in Golf for Women Magazine on several occasions.