Indiana is a great golf state.  With 3 distinct regions with multiple types of couse layouts in each, you don't need to travel far to mix up the weekend routine.  There is great golf not too far from Indianapolis, on campus at Purdue & Indiana, near Lake James, Lake Wawasee, & more lakes in Indiana.  Also, you can get courses on the rivers at the southern border of the state and also in the hills surrounding the area.  To the Northwest, there are many types of courses to play and is in close proximity to Chicago!


Central Indiana


Northern Indiana

Here at MGG, we are huge fans of Chestnut Hills in Fort Wayne.  It is very high quality, very affordable, and provides a great challenge to the average golfer.  The 9th Hole provides a fun & elevated tee shot.  Close to Lake James in Fremont, Indiana, the Zollner Course at Trine University  is a blast, and you can end your day at Pokagon State Park by Lake James.

Other notable courses in Northern Indiana include Noble Hawk Links in Kendallville, Brookwood in Fort Wayne, 

The Warren Course at Notre Dame, Glendarin Hills in Angola, Lost Marsh in Hammond, White Hawk in Crown Point, and Wawasee Golf Club near Lake Wawasee.


Southern Indiana

One of the newest courses in the state is the newly renovated Pfau Golf Course on campus at IU.  It is a major upgrade from the previous university course.  Other course I've been to include Belterra in Madison, Indiana which is also a casino resort & the French Lick Casino Resort.  A cheaper option in the Bloomington area is Cascades golf near IU,