Description: This award-winning West Lafayette layout just celebrated its 10th anniversary, and each year it's been regarded as one of the best values in the Hoosier State. Designed by Hale Irwin, Coyote Crossing was named Indiana's 2005 Golf Course of the Year and was given 4.5 Stars by Golf Digest.
Signature Hole : No. 8 is a fun and challenging downhill par 3 that was carved into a beautiful setting. Off the tee you are confronted with a green that is guarded on two sides by a winding creek, and the other two by forest. Once you reach the putting surface you face extreme angulations that make two putting somewhat of a challenge.
Description: Originally built by William B. Langford and Theodore J. Moreau in 1924, this gem from the Golden Age of golf architecture if full of character and variety. The collection of par 3s at Harrison Hills is tremendous, and the condition and service only enhance this timeless layout. Situated about an hour southwest of Lafayette, Harrison Hills traverses rolling topography and features puzzling, undulating greens. Native grasses and heather rough give the course an old school feel.
Signature Hole : The 336-yard, par-4 15th begins with a dogleg right. A good drive leaves you with an uphill mid- to short-iron approach to a two-tiered green that's guarded on the right and left by two of the deepest bunkers you'll ever see. Par is a great score. If you get a birdie you better run to the 16th tee.
Description: Tippecanoe Country Club is a semi-private golf course that offers member benefits and allows the public to enjoy the lake setting. It's a resort-type tournament course designed by Pete Dye that features holes on Lake Shafer and many challenges along the way. Bent grass tees, fairways and greens are well manicured and provide an enjoying round. With Indiana Beach Resort only a mile from the course, Tippecanoe Country Club is a family destination for summer fun!
Signature Hole : Set on Lake Shafer, Tippecanoe's opening hole in guarded by lake on left and fairway bunker on right. A precise tee shot is required to a big two-tiered green. The approach shot to green is tough to judge with the lake backdrop to the left and back of the green.