A drive through southern Indiana is pretty uneventful, a trail of quiet countryside and a few small towns between Indianapolis and Louisville. Until you reach French Lick. Dominating what passes for the skyline are two stately hotels, both obvious products of a bygone era. That they are still standing, and busy, speaks to what could be the biggest comeback in the golf-hospitality business of recent times. From the early s until about the s, French Lick Resort was a vacation hotspot, swells flocking to its spa and casino.
Jump to navigation. For groups of eight or more, please contact Alex Whiteman at awhiteman frenchlick. Experience the full gamut of golf — modern flair and traditional style — by playing two legendary courses designed by World Golf Hall of Fame architects. Enjoy a one-night stay at either resort hotel, a day of golf at The Pete Dye Course at French Lick, a day of golf at The Donald Ross Course at French Lick, unlimited practice facility usage, cart rental, bag storage and complimentary shuttle service to both courses. Unlimited use of range also included at each course on the day you play your round there. Donald Ross range located at Valley Links Course.
Ten reasons why French Lick, Indiana is a bucket-list golf destination
Jump to navigation. This par course maintains the park-like atmosphere of the Bendelow course with rolling fairways, Scottish-style fescue grasses and strategically placed bunkers. Experienced golfers are certain to take notice of the championship tee length of nearly 3, yards! The Valley Links Course at French Lick Resort gives golfers of all skill levels and ages a fun and challenging place to play.
Jump to navigation. Golf Newsletter. Nowhere else in the world can a golfer play courses designed by each of these noted and prolific designers at one resort destination. The rolling hills of southern Indiana provide a beautiful yet challenging golf destination. Playing golf in Indiana beats all other typical resort golf clubs.