By Josh Alsip on May 20, 2020
Visit Indiana Golf is highlighting the best 18 golf holes from 18 different public golf courses across the Hoosier State. Hole 2 on Indiana’s Signature 18 resides at The Pete Dye Course in French Lick. French Lick is nestled among the hills of the Hoosier National Forest in southern Indiana.
This championship golf course on one of Indiana’s highest elevation points, has narrow, immaculate fairways and rugged, intense terrain. The Pete Dye Course has gained national acclaim for its 40-mile panoramic views of the southern Indiana countryside, three man-made lakes, “volcano” bunkers and a variety of elevation changes.
The 2nd hole is a relatively short par 4 with a slight right-to-left twist to its layout. The most significant part of this hole is the series of “volcano” bunkers that dot the right side of the fairway. If your ball lands in one of the bunkers, your rescue shot could easily finish in another one if you are too ambitious.
The Pete Dye Course is one of seven different courses on Indiana’s Pete Dye Golf Trail. Pete Dye is considered one of the greatest golf architects and he called Indiana home. Take the Pete Dye Golf Trail Challenge for a special golf experience. Complete all seven courses on Indiana’s Pete Dye Golf Trail and receive an official pin flag – and bragging rights for life!
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