Grab your clubs and hit the links. With nearly a dozen unique courses and driving ranges in the region, there are plenty of opportunities to get your golf game up to par. We have courses that continually rank as best to play in the country and the state, so you’ll definitely want to add a round in Southern Indiana to your bucket list.
French Lick has 45 holes of legendary golf. The Pete Dye Course at French Lick is a scenic course and hosted the 2015 Senior PGA Championship along with multiple Senior LPGA Championships and Big Ten Championships. The Donald Ross Course at French Lick was designed by world-renowned architect Donald Ross and has also hosted many tournaments, including the 1924 PGA Championship. The Valley Links Course is a regulation length nine-hole course, giving golfers a chance to play like a pro when hitting off from the championship tee with a length of almost 3,500 yards.
Sultan’s Run Golf Club in Jasper was designed by Tim Luddy, a disciple of architect Pete Dye, and has won many awards including 2022 GolfPass Golfers’ Choice US Top 50 Courses and 2022 GolfPass Golfers’ Choice Course Layout. In 2021, USA Today named Sultan’s Run one of the top ten must-visit golf destinations in the Midwest. If this isn’t enough to sway you, the course’s scenic rolling hills and the waterfall behind the 18th hole surely will.