Golf in Fort Wayne

Up to 53% Off at Dogwood Glen Golf Course

Warren

$116 $55

Astride a cart, golfers cruise 9-hole, 3,329-yard course twice for an 18-hole round

Up to 61% Off at Sauganash Golf Club

Three Rivers Michigan

$36 $17

Par 72 course spans 6,194 yd. of heavily wooded land next to the St. Joseph River

Up to 54% Off Golf Outing with Cart and Lunch

Fremont

$81 $39

Carts zoom across narrow fairways on this 18-hole, par 72 course that winds along hilly terrain peppered with intervening ponds and creeks

Half Off at Lake James Golf Club

Pleasant

$88 $44

Duos and quartets compete on a challenging 18-hole course; cart rental, hot dogs, and sodas included

Up to 50% Off a Nine-Hole Round of Golf

Westwood

$32 $18

Duos traverse a scenic nine-hole, 1,710-yard course in their own golf cart and bottles of water

Up to 58% Off at Whiteford Valley Golf Club

Whiteford

$70 $34

Twosomes and foursomes take to one of three courses, testing their mettle amid waterways, mature trees, and rolling terrain

Up to 56% Off at Quarry Ridge Golf Center

Sylvania

$41 $19

Twosomes and foursomes play a nine-hole circuit composed of six par 4s and three par 3s

Up to 56% Off at Cherrywood Golf Club

Whiteford

$34 $17

Nine-hole, par 35 course spans 2,765 yards of gently undulating terrain marked by mature trees and bucolic wooden fences

Up to 51% Off at Arbor Hills Golf Club

Spring Arbor

$70 $35

18-hole course designed by Arthur Hamm challenges golfers with difficult greens

Half Off at Country Town Golf

Springport

$32 $16

A 9-hole course features tree-lined terrain; a golf simulator offers virtual rounds at courses such as Augusta National and TPC Sawgrass

Up to 58% Off Private Golf Lessons

Multiple Locations

$110 $55

Lessons teach both the single-plane swing path of Canadian golf legend “Pipeline” Moe Norman and the Vardon grip

Up to 90% Off at Wood Wind Golf Club

Wood Wind Golf Club

$1,400 $145

Majestic bent-grass tee boxes, fairways and greens stretch across 6,507 yd. course peppered with 82 bunkers and water hazards on 15 holes

Gray Eagle Golf Course & Academy – Up to 53% Off

Gray Eagle

$90 $45

18-hole golf course with bentgrass greens and fairways; warm up buckets hold 55–60 range balls

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Named after the prolific course architect who sculpted its front nine in 1927, Donald Ross Golf Club offers an 18-hole, par 72 layout that cleaves through groves of towering trees. Though the longer of the two nines, the front eases golfers into the round with more straight-forward holes—three of the four opening holes are among the five easiest on the course. More difficult terrain awaits on the back nine, where golf balls may be lost or set free in a stream that cuts across six different holes.

The Club offers a practice green where golfers can get a feel for the speed of the course conditions by chipping, putting, and slip-and-sliding across its grassy surface. In the event of inclement weather, players can head inside, where a Foresight golf simulator offers digital recreations of rounds at Carnoustie, Cog Hill, and other world-famous courses.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 72 course
  • Length of 6,821 yards from the tips
  • Course rating of 72.5 from the tips
  • Slope rating of 126 from the tips
  • Four tee options

7102 S Calhoun St
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

Playing mini-golf at the Fun Center at Paige's Crossing is like stepping into a storybook. Three different 18-hole courses transport players to fantastic locales such as castles, Old West streets, or the giant loafer that's home to the Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe. Indeed, most of the attractions at Paige's Crossing lets its visitors escape into their imaginations. They can become racecar drivers at a go-kart track, conductors on a Runaway Train mini-rollercoaster, and PGA stars at the driving range.

Other activities take families indoors. A symphony of electronic beeps fills the arcade, where players shoot basketballs or collect redemption tickets from skee-ball machines. In colder months, these indoor spaces transform into a Winter Jumperland complete with inflated bounce castles and plenty of parking for reindeer.

2821 E Business 30
Columbia City,
IN
US

Back Nine Family Fun Center condenses fun into the small, dimpled orbs of golf balls. At its driving range, clubs propel these balls as players hone each aspect of their swing. A nearby mini-golf course offers opportunities for good-natured family competition and successful confrontations with a windmill, and a pro shop stocks used clubs.

9116 Lima Rd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

Noble Hawk Golf Links brings the haggis-flavored flair of Scottish course design to Northeast Indiana. Hole 1 (par four) is a moderate-length opener with gently rolling slopes that make it seem deceptively simple to bypass the fairway bunkers. From there, a round gets rowdier with diverse challenges such as a huge mound bisecting the green at Hole 5; a drive between water at Hole 4; a large, undulated green at Hole 15; and a narrow, three-tiered green at Hole 13. Click here to take an online tour of the course, or let the innovation, diversity, and deer napping on the luscious greenery surprise you while you play.

3005 Noble Hawk Dr
Kendallville,
IN
US

Picturesque landscaping and above-average speed greens mark the challenging 18 holes at Honeywell Golf Course. Established in 1944 as a private course situated on the elegant Honeywell estate, landscape architect Arthur Hills expanded the terrain through the family's formal gardens in 1980, blending the old and new styles as seamlessly as a miniskirt made from buffalo-head nickels. Bunkers shelter the undulating front nines from errant shots and scantily clad sunbathers, and emerald fairways wend through the old garden's flowering shrubs and trees toward short, tighter terrain. Swingers looking for a challenge will enjoy testing their club’s mettle on Hills's addition, confronting some of the only back-to-back par-3 holes in the state.

3360 W Division Rd
Wabash,
IN
US

The Pete Dye Golf Trail links seven courses throughput Indiana and reaches its northern terminus at the 18-hole Mystic Hills Golf Club, a challenging course set amongst wetlands and woodlands, presenting elements of links and parkland layouts. Here, the golf course design skills that made Pete Dye a household name manifest through fairways rolling through native prairie grasses and sand bunkers standing sentry to each green—difficult obstacles for golfers accustomed to only hitting into fairways with bumpers. Furthermore, players should be wary of getting too comfortable with playing the links-style front nine, as the back nine presents a more traditional layout stocked with trees and other organic hazards.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 71 course
  • Total length of 6,780 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 73 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 133 from the back tees
  • Five sets of tees per hole

16880 20B Rd
Culver,
IN
US