Sketched on a napkin and carved into history, the challenging 18-hole Pete Dye Course sits on one of Indiana’s highest points. 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 lady golfers.
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.