Description: Belterra Golf Club is contoured with diverse bunkering and water hazards set amid picturesque views of majestic ridges, the Ohio River and Log Lick Creek. These are just a few of the reasons Golfweek not only ranked this Tom Fazio masterpiece among the country's top 30 casino golf courses, but also placed it on the Best You Can Play list for 2009 and why Zagat named it among America's top golf courses. The roughs are real Kentucky bluegrass, and the tee boxes, fairways, and greens are pure Bent grass.
Signature Hole: No. 18, a 522-yard par 5, is a challenging and exciting finishing hole with the beautiful 608-room Belterra hotel and casino in the background. Longer hitters can reach this behemoth par 5 in two with a couple incredible shots; the second being all carry over a water hazard into an undulating two-tiered green.
Description: Located amidst woodlands overlooking Monroe Reservoir, Eagle Pointe's rolling terrain and scenic views give reason to visit the full-service resort. With upwards of 100 bunkers dotted throughout the hills, the demand for accuracy is at a premium.
Signature Hole: No matter if you play No. 10 from the back tees or middle, this par 3 is set apart with its striking views. Playing 205 yards from the championship markers, a cascading waterfall running across your target line leads to a pond protecting the left of this kidney-shaped green.
Description: Renowned golf course designers Robert Trent Jones and Rees Jones created this magnificent 27-hole championship course in harmony with Southern Indiana's existing countryside. Utilizing the natural contours of the land ensures all golfers a great challenge. The father-son team has distinguished Otter Creek as a championship golf course.
Signature Hole : Robert Trent Jones referred to the 185-yard, par-3 4th hole as Alcatraz. The trouble on this par 3 sits right in front of you. Tee shots short and right of the green almost certainly find the creek. The green is twice bunkered and will take more than a casual read.