Fort Benjamin Harrison State Park sits 9 miles east of downtown Indianapolis. This historical and majestic 1,700 acres provides some fantastic adventures and entertainment. Avid golfers will be excited when they play the 7,200 yard par 72 championship course known as The Fort at this Indiana State Park.
We take pause from talking about the golf courses that cover the great landscape of Indiana and take witness to a group that I have just recently learned about, and hope that you will join with me in being interested in their future growth. If you have yet to listen to Form Golf’s first podcastContinue reading “Are You a Veteran in Indiana who Likes Golf? Then Check Out The VGA of Indiana.”
Going down the hill into French Lick, Indiana is a surreal experience. Like most towns in Southern Indiana there are many routes to get here but none of them are easy nor flat. Unlike most towns in Southern Indiana there are many reasons to visit this small quiet town which has some of the bestContinue reading “Why You Must Play the Pete Dye at French Lick Resort”
The third course in our French Lick series was actually the first to be built. Prior to the original owner of French Lick Springs Hotel commissioning Donald Ross to build the Hill Course, Taggert commissioned Tom Bendelow to design the Valley Course near the Hotel. The years had not been kind to Bendelows’ original designContinue reading “Reasons You Should Play the First Course at French Lick Resort”
The “Hill Course” I will forever remember the Donald Ross Course at French Lick Resort as the Hill Course. Thankfully Mr. Cook came in and renovated and rebuilt the entire town of French Lick including the Donald Ross designed “Hill Course” in the early 2000’s. What stands with me to this day is how theContinue reading “French Lick Resorts: Golden Era Donald Ross”