The Pete Dye Golf Trail takes players from the scenic lakeside community of Culver through the bustling college town of West Lafayette Indiana. The hub of the trail revolves around the thriving suburbs of Hamilton County and the distinctly urban experience available in Indianapolis. Finally, the trail culminates at the breath-taking French Lick Resort. Unlike many golf getaways that take you away from the action, the Pete Dye Golf Trail is designed to put you in the middle of it all.
Along the way play some of the most unique courses in the USA. Pete Dye started his career in Indiana and his legacy is dotted across our landscape. The Pete Dye Course Golf Course at French Lick was named 2009’s Best New Course in America by Golf Digest. Originally conceived as a sketch by Pete Dye on a napkin at a nearby restaurant, this hilltop course (it’s built on the highest point in Indiana) offers 40-mile panoramic views of the breath-taking Hoosier National Forest. While the course stretches to over 8,100 yards from the tips, it features five sets of tees – beginning at 5,100 feet – making it playable by golfers of every skill level.