(This is the third post in a three-part series showcasing Fort Wayne's city-owned golf courses. Read the other posts here.)

The courses at Fort Wayne's own McMillen Golf Course offer a game for everyone. Experienced golfers will enjoy the executive course featuring 18-holes, and a par 65. Those seeking a faster game can utilize the city's only short course, the Mad Anthony's III. This 9-hole, all par 3 course caters to beginning golfers, families, or those on a tight schedule. McMillen Golf Course features an old grove of trees and tight driving holes. The backside allows a more open game, with forgiving fairways and well-kept greens. On the full course, play nine holes for $10, or 18 holes for $16, on weekdays. Visiting Fort Wayne for the weekend? Play for only $11 or $17, respectively. On the short course pay $7 for nine holes, or children play for $4. Family rates are also available. If you golf during the twilight hours, take advantage of reduced rates after 6 p.m. For more information on specials visit McMillen Golf Course online. Electric carts are also available for a small fee. Hours of operation are from sunrise to sunset, but may be adjusted due to inclement weather. Call ahead to confirm. Schedule your tee time by calling 260.427.6710 or via an online portal. A variety of lesson packages are also available here to give your game an extra edge. McMillen Golf Course is located on the city's south side, at 3900 Hessen Cassel Road, and is operated and maintained by Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation. The course opened in 1963 as the first executive course in the area. The Little City golf tournament has also been held here since 1965. The course is located adjacent to McMillen Park, which features a children's playground, public pool and more. Established in 1937, McMillen Park is one of Fort Wayne's oldest green spaces.

(Read about Foster Golf Course and Shoaff Golf Course here.)