Nice 9 hole course, recovered well after last year. Friendly staff, good little course on southeast side.
Good for cheap practice but fairways suck and greens aren't kept up that well.
Nice little 9 hole golf course on the south east side of Indianapolis. I play over there often. It is a good course for the aspiring average golfer like me. There are some nice challenges on the course, the 3rd, 4th, and 5th holes can give me problems with water and tight greens. There are no sand bunkers which makes the course easier. Inexpensive as far as golf courses go. The people running the course are nice and the course is usually kept in good shape.
Despite taking golf lessons when I was 12 years old (lo so many years ago), I have never played anything other than miniature golf. I had my grandmother's old clubs (which were admired today by a couple on the course) and my allergies are finally under control, so I decided it was high time I put my old golf knowledge to use. The course was reasonably priced -- $13 per person with cart . I can't speak to the level of difficulty, because I was annoyed and hot and tired after 6 holes, but it seemed to challenge some of the more experienced golfers in our group. It didn't seem too hard that it wasn't fun, though. I appreciated that cold bottles of water were only $1 at the sixth hole, as I had already finished off my 32 oz bottle of water due to the heat.