5 of the Best Places to Play Golf Locally
If you’re ready to hit the green in Central Indiana make sure you check out these courses for a fun and challenging round.
Prairie View Golf Club
This course is located on 206 acres in Hamilton County. The 18-hole course is surrounded by natural beauty, which provides a challenging course. It features a running stream through the course, with natural wetlands and five lakes placed strategically around the course.
Fox Prairie Golf Course
Fox Prairie is a mature, traditional style course located in Noblesville. The 18-hole course features sprawling trees, water on 14 holes and interesting sand bunkers. It’s a challenging course for all levels of players.
The Fort Golf Course
This course features the best of what Indiana golf has to offer. Located just a few minutes outside of downtown Indianapolis, one can expect the 238-acre and 18-hole course to provide quite the challenge. Players can expect tree-lined fairways, rolling hills and a natural setting.
Brickyard Crossing Golf Course
This course is not for the faint of heart. Located inside of the most famous racetrack in the world, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is this 18-hole course. Race fans can enjoy a view of the entire racetrack on the seventh tee box. Those lucky enough to score a tee time during May shouldn’t be bothered by loud noises.
Purgatory Golf Club
This Noblesville course offers a rewarding challenge for golfers at all levels. The course is 7,700 yards long, making it the longest course in Indiana. It features over 125 bunkers, a greater sense of privacy and “Hell’s Half Acre” where the green is an island in a sea of sand.
Before you schedule your tee time, call your Body One provider to make sure your swing is strong and your golf season is injury free.