With more than 100 years of tradition, The Donald Ross Course at French Lick has been rated the #2 public course in Indiana by GolfWeek every year since 2011. This classic course designed by iconic architect Donald Ross underwent a $5 million restoration in 2006, returning it to Ross’ original vision. Eighty of Ross’ trademark bunkers with flat bottoms and deep, gnarly faces are once again in place along with square or rectangular shaped greens that severely undulate. Thirty-five bunkers are original to the course Ross constructed in 1917.
The course’s original clubhouse features a pro shop and a relaxing atmosphere for a cocktail or bite to eat — perfect for after a round or anytime. Inside, Hagen’s Club House Restaurant is named for legendary golfer Walter Hagen, who won the 1924 PGA Championship at this course.