Before traveling, be sure that you follow all guidelines laid out in the Back on Track Indiana plan. Avoid large groups and take precautions recommended by the CDC to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Indiana is home to more than 400 diverse golf courses throughout the state that showcase diverse topography with river views, exquisite greens, picturesque bluffs, and rolling hills. With temperatures rising, Visit Indiana Golf is highlighting the best 18 golf holes from 18 different public golf courses across the Hoosier State.
Indiana’s Signature 18, just like all Indiana golf courses, has something for everyone from Scottish links to rolling hillsides. A hole on the “Dream 18” will be featured every other day on VisitIndianaGolf.com, starting May 18 and ending June 21. You can also follow on Facebook and Instagram to see every hole as it is unveiled.
For golfers, there are so many reasons to hit the links in Indiana. Our golf history spans for more than a century, with one name standing above the rest: Pete Dye. Referred to by many as the father of modern golf course architecture, Mr. Dye has left an indelible mark on the game of golf. Pete honed his craft here in Indiana, resulting in the Indiana-based Pete Dye Golf Trail. This trail brings together a combination of challenging golf experiences and unique destinations. Some of the featured holes on Indiana’s Signature 18 were designed by Pete Dye himself! If you want to read more about the Pete Dye Golf Trail and other Indiana courses, you can order your free Indiana Golf Guide here.
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