Important Update

Important Update: At this time, our three hotels, dining venues and resort events are open to overnight guests only. French Lick Casino and all three resort golf courses are open to the public. Guests are required to wear masks in all indoor resort venues.

  • Pete Dye

    The Pete Dye Course

  • Donald Ross

    The Donald Ross Course

  • Valley Links

    The Valley Links Course

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 experience with 45 holes of legendary golf.

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The Pete Dye Course at French Lick

 

The Pete Dye Course hosted the 2015 Senior PGA Championship, won by Colin Montgomerie, along with multiple Senior LPGA Championships and Big Ten Conference Championships. Legendary designer Pete Dye carved the course into the hillside of one of the highest points in Indiana to create a unique and scenic Indiana golf experience.

 

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The Donald Ross Course at French Lick

 

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.

 

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The Valley Links Course

 

Valley Links Golf Course, adjacent to French Lick Springs Hotel, is a regulation length nine-hole course and a conversion of the original Tom Bendelow Valley Links established in 1907.

 

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Sultan's Run

Sultan’s Run Golf Club, located 30 minutes away in Jasper, adds yet another championship course to the world-class offerings at French Lick Resort. Play the Ross, Dye and Sultan's Run, all part of a great golf getaway.

 

Sultan’s Run was designed by Pete Dye disciple Tim Liddy and offers a tremendous parkland layout with rolling hills, wonderful bunkering and a waterfall behind the 18th green, making it one of Indiana’s most scenic layouts.

 

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