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The Most Enjoyable Course in Indianapolis

The golf experience at CCI brings unparalleled offerings, including our Tom Bendelow Designed, Pete Dye Redesigned (1992), award winning 18-Hole Championship country club golf course. Regardless of experience level, golfers take to our country club golf course for a challenging but enjoyable experience. A pleasing setting, the course combines the natural beauty of the terrain with unique design. It challenges golfers of every skill, leaving a memorable impression and a desire to play it again and again!

Tournament History

1st Indiana State Amateur Championship

Women’s Western Amateur Golf Championships

USGA Women’s Open

1981 – 1988
LPGA Mayflower Classic

Indiana State Amateur Championship

Golf At It’s Finest

The Course

Our 18-Hole Championship Course will provide golfers with a very fun and enjoyable experience, while still providing a challenge. Each hole provides unique obstacles from play through densely wooded areas and rolling terrains.

Hole 1

Par 4
Distance 357-423
One of the most difficult starting holes in the state of Indiana. The tree-line, tight fairway is every bit as narrow as it looks, which causes a great deal of stress for first time players.

Hole 2

Par 4
Distance 245-400
Feathers a wonderful backdrop of beautiful old pine trees. The slope of the green is not as severe as it once was (1978 US Women’s Open) but still a challenge. This is a brief respite after Hole No. 1.

Hole 3

Par 4
Distance 277-355
There is no rest for the weary as you blind shot over the hill to the green on this short hole. Judging the distance to the hole from the top of the hill is challenging. Generally one less club is better.

Hole 4

Par 3
Distance 123-189
Turn up the difficulty, with five different tee boxes ranging from 123 to 189 yards, on this challenging uphill par 3. A miss to the left can put you in the proverbial golf jail and take par out of the picture.

Hole 5

Par 4
Distance 275-410
For many years the number 1 handicap hole despite being the only one without a sand bunker. Mario Creek must be cleared again on the approach shot. The Pinehurst-like green is slick and falls off to all sides.

Hole 6

Par 3
Distance 140-184
Mid-iron par 3 with a tree-line backdrop that creates an Amen Corner wind which swirls back toward the tee box. Arguably, the easier of the par 3s.

Hole 7

Par 4
Distance 304-419
A rolling, slightly left-to-right dogleg which requires a mid-iron second shot to the longest green (43 yards) on the course.

Hole 8

Par 5
Distance 482-541
By today’s standards a typical mid-500 yard par 5. Mario Creek, however, fronts the green by a mere 10 yards. The creek causes even some of the long hitters to lay up.

Hole 9

Par 4
Distance 291-425
In the 2000 and 2010 State Amateur Championships, this was the hardest hole to par. Uphill from tee to green and almost always into the prevailing westerly wind. This green is so undulating that it gives way to numerous three- and four-putts.

Hole 10

Par 4
Distance 408-472
If you enjoy a tree-line, 470-yard par 4, with out of bounds left, fairway bunker left, to a difficult rolling green, this hole is for you. Members have had to console each other more than once because of their difficulty in finding the fairway. This is truly one of Indiana’s toughest holes.

Hole 11

Par 5
Distance 422-523
The last of the two par 5s, just slightly shorter than Hole No. 8 With out of bounds left and an elevated green, two good shots are needed to set up for the 50-foot green. And if that sounds too easy, don’t worry the green sits on the top of a hill.

Hole 12

Par 4
Distance 313-412
Another 400-yard par 4, normally headed into a southerly wind with out of bounds on the left. Pin placement must be noted as this is the second-longest green on the course at 42 yards.

Hole 13

Par 3
Distance 128-232
The longest par 3 on the course with out of bounds left and a right hand, green-side, ball-collecting bunker. There is a large tree midway on the right which prevents a draw and encourages a fade.

Hole 14

Par 4
Distance 277-462
The fairway was named Danke Flats due to its bumps and modules. There never seems to be a level lie for a very challenging, uphill second shot. The green is often misread as it falls off severely towards Mario Creek.

Hole 15

Par 4
Distance 274-325
The easiest hole on the course, but don’t be overconfident. Fitting your tee shot between the bunkers on the left and trees on the right is not a sure thing. With bunkers front left and on the right side, a crisp second shot is needed to hold the green.

Hole 16

Par 3
Distance 108-193
A crisp mid-iron is needed to avoid the small pot bunker that guards the front of the green. The big tree at the right front of the green is certainly in play.

Hole 17

Par 4
Distance 282-391
The vision from the tee box suggests a wide fairway, but it is not as wide as it looks with out of bounds left. The green has a false front and longer approach shots race toward or off the back of the green.

Hole 18

Par 4
Distance 245-336
Gentle par 4 with trees left and right, pond left, and double bunkers guarding the front of the elevated green. Consequently, many final wagers might be settled with a birdie, par, or double bogey.

Golf Shop

Golf Apparel

When it comes to your apparel on the course, you want to feel good. CCI provides its members with merchandise brands such as Peter Millar, FootJoy, Nike, YETI, Bushnell, Winston Leather, Palm West, Sterling Cut Glassware, Oakley, Maui Jim, E.P. Pro, Titleist, Callaway, Ping, TaylorMade

John Trierweiler, PGA Head Golf Professional

Golf Historical Facts