Sycamore Hills Golf Club
Consistently listed on Golf Digest’s yearly “Top 100 Courses in America” list, Sycamore Hills was designed by golf legend Jack Nicklaus in 1989, and since become one of Indiana’s most prestigious courses. From the championship tees, the course measures 7,275 yards in length, and features tall sycamores, burr oak, and spruce, skirting greens and fairways on each hole. A fully-equipped practice facility—driving range, putting greens and short game area—is located near the clubhouse.
Sycamore Hills Golf Club features a graceful clubhouse with a well-equipped pro shop, five meeting rooms, large banquet hall, full-service bar and spacious patio overlooking the 18th hole.
The championship course has hosted many national tournaments, including the USGA Open and Amateur Qualifiers, Indiana State Amateur, USGA Girls’ Junior Championships, Junior PGA Championships and Web.com Tour’s Hotel Fitness Championship.