Sketched on a napkin and carved into history by Hall of Fame architect Pete Dye, this course hosted the Senior PGA Championship in 2015. Senior PGA champion Colin Montgomerie called it “one of the iconic courses” in America and one that golfers all over the world will want to play. 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. A robust 8,100 yards from the professional tees punctuate Dye’s signature sting from vista to vista.
Rough course here. I’ve never played the real course so maybe it’s truly like this but, tight fairways, if you miss left it’s OB on every hole on the front 9….there is a massive slope that even 10 yards left of fairway will run OB and you have to re-tee (no drops). Greens are tiny and to be expected with Dye crazy slopes that run off. Would not recommend this course if you want to have fun.