By Kyle Johnson on January 9, 2019
The Indiana courses in the top 25 are listed below, along with a sampling of what Golf Advisor users had to say about them.
23. Harbor Links at Sagamore Resort – Liberty, IN
Harbor Links came in at No. 23 on the list. Designed by P.B. Dye, the par 72, 7034-yard course is recommended by 97.9% of reviewers on Golf Advisor. One reviewer said, “This course is still my favorite course in the Cincinnati area. The scenic views are spectacular and the course was in absolutely the best condition I’ve seen this year.” Learn more about the course here.
8. Chariot Run – Laconia, IN
Chariot Run finished in the top 10, coming in at No. 8. The Bill Bergin design plays at 7246 yards and a par of 72. 98.8% of Golf Advisor reviewers recommend playing a round at the Harrison County course, and the website named Chariot Run the top overall course in Indiana for 2018. One reviewer said, “This course is FANTASTIC! From tee to green, it was in perfect condition. It rewards you for good shots in the fairway, but if you find yourself in the rough or the perfectly placed bunkers, you will struggle to make par.” Learn more about the course here.
1. The Fort Golf Resort – Indianapolis
One of seven courses on the Pete Dye Golf Trail, The Fort took the top spot on Golf Advisor’s list. Pete Dye took this 238-acre natural setting and created an 18-hole championship layout that is both beautiful and challenging. Located within Fort Harrison State Park, the 7,148-yard, par 72 design features tree-lined fairways, rolling hills, and the Dye trademark undulating greens. One reviewer said, “The Fort is my favorite layout in Indianapolis. I love the rustic feel and the state park being all around you. I like seeing wild life on the course that you generally don’t see in the rest of town. Learn more about The Fort.