Important Update

Important Update: At this time, our resort hotels are open to overnight guests only. French Lick Casino and our three golf courses are open to the public. Dining venues in hotels are open to hotel guests only, while Hagen's Club House Restaurant is open to the public Friday and Saturday nights by reservation. By state mandate, masks are required at all indoor resort venues. Your health and safety is our #1 priority, and you can click here to learn more about our enhanced safety protocols and other resort amenities. We are always here to answer your questions — feel free to give us a call at (888) 936-9360.

The Valley Links Course at French Lick Resort

History

History of The Valley Links Course at French Lick Resort

The Valley Links course was commissioned in 1907 by Thomas Taggart as one of his many improvements to French Lick Springs Hotel. Taggart hired storied course designer Tom Bendelow to design the first championship golf course at the hotel in 1907. At the time, it was known as The Valley Course and had eighteen holes. Later, after French Lick Springs Hotel was purchased by the COOK Group, Incorporated, The Valley Course was redesigned, through a partnership with US Kids Golf, into the family-friendly nine-hole course that exists today.