Can I tell you the first 9 holes of this course make it in my opinion the best golf course I have played in Indiana. Overall, the back 9 loses some sparkle, but makes up for it with an island green Par 3 a la TPC at Sawgrass, and a vast Par 5 18th that literally swallows you up with vastness and terrain. This course was designed by Tim Liddy, protege of Pete Dye, the famous golf course designer from Indiana (who designed TPC at Sawgrass). This course has everything: vast park type holes, classic meandering links holes, clever Par 3's, challenging holes that force the player over water, uphill, and over chasms, and just some nearly perfect par 5's that seem to swallow you up and hide you away from the world. Did I mention the green fees are very reasonable too? Despite the somewhat remote location, around 40 miles south of Indianapolis, this course is worth the trip. Try it for yourself.