By Josh Alsip on May 24, 2020
Visit Indiana Golf is highlighting the best 18 golf holes from 18 different public golf courses across the Hoosier State. Plum Creek Golf Club in Carmel is home to hole 4 on Indiana’s Signature 18. Carmel is located just north of Indianapolis in Hamilton County.
From the intimidating championship tees to more forgiving forward tees, this unique Pete Dye designed course was specially designed with varying degrees of difficulty so the whole family could enjoy the game. Its par 72 layout features strategically placed bunkers, undulating greens, and multiple water features.
One of the highlight holes at Plum Creek is the 4th hole, which measures 423 yards from the championship tees and nearly 400 yards from the tournament and member tees. The hole is special because of its dual fairways – one is straight ahead and the other one veers left. The putting surface is guarded on its right flank by a sentry bunker.
The presence of the Lynnwood Farm barn on the premises of Plum Creek to the left of the 16th hole is a reminder of this property’s agricultural roots, a staple of the Hoosier economy and Indiana’s traditional way of life.
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