By Josh Alsip on June 11, 2020
Visit Indiana Golf is highlighting the best 18 golf holes from 18 different public golf courses across the Hoosier State. Hole 13 on Indiana’s Signature 18 is situated at Chariot Run Golf Club in Laconia, Indiana. Laconia is a town in Harrison County, on the southernmost tip of Indiana.
Chariot Run Golf Club is considered one of the region’s top public championship courses and was ranked in 2018 as Indiana’s #4 Best Course You Can Play in Golfweek. Chariot Run is a spectacular equestrian-themed golf course with 180 holes and more than 7,200 yards of exciting golf. The course features bent grass greens, sparkling lakes, lush fairways, and beautiful trees. Both the serious player and the novice will appreciate Chariot Run’s stirring beauty and unique challenges.
The 13th hole at Chariot Run is a short par 4 that requires a pinpoint drive. The fairway of this right-to-left uphill dogleg is divided by a sand bunker, which means the primary goal is to the left or right of that trap. From the fairway, you have a short, blind shot to an elevated green. If you go pin-seeking from the tee with a driver, avoid the bunker that is greenside left. It takes more brains than brawn to play this hole.
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