Pete Dye Course
French Lick, Indiana
The Pete Dye Course, designed by Pete Dye with Chris Lutzke on-site as project architect, is situated in some of Indiana’s highest elevations within the rugged terrain of French Lick in the southern half of the state. With 40-mile panoramic views, this championship course is rightly known as one of the best that Indiana has to offer.
This course features narrow, flawless fairways and intense terrain framed by the crisp, bright Indiana countryside.
Set in the historic golf club of French Lick, the course accentuates 3 man-made lakes, a number of changes in elevation, and a number of “volcano” bunkers. With a hefty 8,100 yards to play from the professional tees, this championship course is no walk in the park, even for PGA champion Colin Montgomerie who called the course “one of the most iconic courses” in America. With the intensity of the long shots played from the back tees, the Pete Dye course is a challenge even to the most skilled golfers.
The first of several long shots is featured on the very first hole, setting the tone for the 17 holes that follow and forcing players to be careful in their tee selection throughout the round.
Very challenging, scenic. A great golf experience. Greens rolled perfect.
Beautiful grounds and a view that goes for miles.
Great course. Outstanding. Beautiful. You are on top of the world.
Testimonials taken from course’s Google listing.