United States Indiana Indianapolis Indianapolis Guide Things To Do Restaurants Events All Indianapolis Top 5 Golf Courses in Indianapolis Hit the Links at These Favorites! Written by Tiffany Dailey Tiffany Dailey is a freelance writer who has worked for the Indianapolis Convention and Visitors Center. Tripsavvy's Editorial Guidelines Tiffany Dailey Updated 06/03/19 Share Pin Email Indianapolis has a lot of golf courses to offer. Whether you're a skilled golfer or a beginner, there are plenty of places to hone your skills. These courses (both private and public) are some of the best around. Before you head out for a round of golf, consider trying one of these courses. 01 of 05 Purgatory Golf Club Purgatory Golf Club has received many honors, including being named the #1 course in Indiana by Golf Week magazine. Designed by Ron Kern, this par-72 course is the longest in Indiana - 7,700 yards from the back tees. Purgatory spreads across 218 acres and is for the experienced golfer. There are six different tees to play off of for different skill levels. One of Purgatory's noted amenities are the three on-course restrooms. The course includes a state-of-the-art practice facility that is 300 hundred yards long, with up to 40 tee stations. The greens at the practice facility are constructed just like the greens on the course. To play Purgatory during the week will cost you $60 for 18 holes with a cart, $75 during weekends and holidays. Purgatory Golf Club12160 East 216th StreetNoblesville, IN 46060 02 of 05 Crooked Stick Golf Club Crooked Stick is a par-72 18-hole course, designed by Pete Dye. Crooked Stick has hosted several championship golf tournaments throughout its history, including the USGA Junior and Senior Championships, the U.S. Women's Open, the Solheim Cup and the USGA Women's Amateur Championship. Crooked Stick has something to offer players of every skill level. This private course, located in Carmel, is by invitation only. Crooked Stick Golf Club1964 Burning Tree LaneCarmel, IN 46032 03 of 05 Sagamore Golf Club Designed by Jack Nicklaus, this championship 18-hole golf course is par-72. It is considered a difficult course. The practice facilities include a driving range, putting green and practice bunker. The recreation facilities include tennis courts, swim facility, and a fitness center. It is a private course, so you must be a member or a guest of a member to play the course. Sagamore Golf Club10900 Golden Bear WayNoblesville, IN 46060 04 of 05 Hickory Stick Golf Club Golfers who prefer playing courses with a European flair, will enjoy the Irish links-style of Hickory Stick Golf Club. The course, designed by Tim Liddy, offers four sets of tees from which to play. Par is 71 at Hickory Stick. Rates to play the course range in price, depending on day of the week and time. Cost range from $18 to $49. Hickory Stick Golf Club4422 Hickory Stick BoulevardGreenwood, IN 46143 Continue to 5 of 5 below. 05 of 05 Twin Bridges Golf Club Twin Bridges was designed by Robert Lohmann and has received a four-star rating from Golf Digest magazine. This 18 hole par-72 course runs alongside the White Lick Creek and spreads across over 250 acres. Rates range in price from $39-$47 to play 18 holes with a cart. Twin Bridges Golf Club1001 Cartersburg RoadDanville, IN 46122 Was this page helpful? Thanks for letting us know! Share Pin Email Tell us why! Submit Play a Round of Golf at the Caribbean's Best Golf Courses and Resorts Tee off at One of the Top Las Vegas Golf Courses Top 10 Golf Courses In and Near Vancouver The Gasparilla Inn Golf Course: A Best-Kept Secret These Public Golf Courses in San Diego Are a Hole in One The Top 10 Golf Courses in Tucson, AZ The Top Golf Courses and Resorts in Naples, Florida Henry Horton State Park: The Complete Guide The Best Beach in Every State Places to Golf in Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill Top 10 Public Golf Courses in Arizona The Reynolds Plantation in Greensboro, Georgia 18 Holes of Golf Without Hitting Your Credit Limit About Golf Travel Guide to Golf Courses and Resorts in West Palm Beach Tee Off at These Public Golf Courses in Ontario Tee Off at the Best Golf Resorts in the D.R.