The Pete Dye Course: Premier modern golf with historic charm
Sketched on a napkin and carved into history, the championship Pete Dye Course at French Lick is renowned for its challenging as well as breathtaking hilltop vistas. Forty-mile panoramic views of the countryside, three man-made lakes and a variety of elevation changes have been shaped into five sets of tees for golfers of varying skill levels. Play it as short as 5,151 yards or at a robust 8,100 yards from the professional tees. Pete may be a Hall of Fame designer, but his wife Alice made sure the course is friendly for ladies as well.
The course’s clubhouse is an early-1900's mansion built by Thomas Taggart, former owner of French Lick Springs Hotel. Impeccably restored, the mansion is available for lodging and small special events. The carriage house serves as a fully equipped pro shop. The rustic Pete Dye Pavilion can host large outings and events.