Play Golf French Lick Resort
A golf enthusiast's paradise.
Few things get the blood pumping like the mention of Donald Ross, Pete Dye and Tom Bendelow in the same sentence. Nowhere else in the world can a golfer play courses designed by each of these noted and prolific designers at one resort destination. The rolling hills of southern Indiana provide a beautiful yet challenging golf destination. Playing golf in Indiana beats all other typical resort golf clubs. Come play a game and see for yourself!
The Pete Dye Course
Selected as the site for the 2010 PGA Professionals National Championship, The Pete Dye Course has been carved into the hillsides to create a unique and scenic Indiana golf experience. More on The Pete Dye Golf Course.
Lunch at the Pete Dye Mansion
Beginning November 8, 2011 enjoy the exquisite landscape from the club house of this magnificent world class course situated atop one of the highest points in Indiana. The view is breathtaking, the service is top notch and the food fantastic! 11am–3pm daily.
Reservations required. Call 888.936.9360, extension 4062 or extension 4044.
The Donald Ross Course
Originally constructed in 1917 by world-renowned architect Donald Ross, the legendary course has been home to many regional and national tournaments including the 1924 PGA Championship. More on The Donald Ross Golf Course.
The Valley Links Course
Dedicated golfers might look past a nine-hole golf course, but not when it is a conversion of the original 18-hole Tom Bendelow Valley Links adjacent to the French Lick Springs Hotel. More on The Valley Links.