French Lick Golf

At French Lick Resort golfers can play on 3 beautiful courses designed by 3 different famous golf course designers!

Three Fantastic French Lick Golf Courses await you!

The Pete Dye Course

Renowned golf course designer Pete Dye created this 18-hole course on the hillside of one of the highest points in Indiana to offer incredible panoramic views. It opened in June 2009, and since then this course has hosted the 2010 PGA Professional National Championship, the 2015 Senior PGA Championship, as well as multiple LPGA Championships and Big Ten Conference Championships. 

The Donald Ross Course

First constructed in 1917 by the legendary Donald Ross, this 18-hole golf course hosted a PGA tournament in 1924. Located about 2 miles from the French Lick Springs Hotel, this beautiful public course still maintains many of its original design features.

The Valley Links Course

Designed by Tom Bendelow in 1917, this was an 18-hole golf course that was adjacent and original to the French Lick Springs Hotel. Many years later, 9 holes of this course were sacrificed for the creation of the casino, and it was redesigned to be more family-friendly. Now, this 9-hole course is perfect for golfers of all ages and skill levels, offering two sets of tee markers for different distances.

Pete Dye Golf Course at French Lick Resort
French Lick Golf Courses

With 3 challenging courses, French Lick Resort offers fun for all golfers – children and adults, beginners to experts!

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