Golf in Indiana

Up to 55% Off at Donald Ross Golf Club

Fort Wayne

$132 $59

Legendary course architect Donald Ross designed the front nine of this 6,821-yard course that features tree-lined fairways

Up to 58% Off Golf Lesson Packages

Tee Time Golf Complex

$225 $95

Golf lesson packages include club fitting, private golf lesson, 6-week course with follow-up lessons, and an optional short game lesson

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

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 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

Up to 52% Off Round of Golf in North Manchester

North Manchester

$78 $39

18-hole course sprawls out across 100 acres characterized by two creeks, three ponds, and farmland in all directions

Up to 45% Off 18 Holes of Golf with Cart in Crete

Crete

$88 $48.50

Lush green fairways situated around pine and oak trees make up 6,225 yards of golf course designed by John Ellis in 1960

51% Off Golf with Cart at Country Oaks Golf Club

Washington

$160 $79

18 holes wind over 140 acres of former farmland still marked by a white silo, white-picket-fence border, and dairy barn

Up to 78% Off at Morningstar Golf Club

Southeast Warren

$800 $179

Play an 18-hole round on a course with fairways, undulating greens, water hazards, and bunkers

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

41% Off at Riverside Golf Academy

Indianapolis

$150 $89

Using Foresight technology, a certified PGA pro analyzes your swing or fits clubs to your body and technique to up your game

Up to 52% Off at Thatcher Golf Course

Thatcher Golf Course

$103 $49

Narrow, tree-lined fairways on nine-hole course force players to rely on accuracy rather than distance

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Encompassing 5 acres of family-centric fun, Greatimes Family Fun Park's attractions provide safe jollity for children and adults. While most outdoor attractions—such as bumper boats and mini-golf—require agreeable weather, the center's 22,000-square-foot indoor play haven grants rain-or-shine merriment, as well as an arcade and prize-redemption games that include classic skee-ball. As pintsize family members ramble through the playland, three ball pits urge energetic jumping, and slides and tunnels add varying terrain to afternoon play. Pizzas and sub sandwiches from the play center's restaurant also supply noshes for family meals celebrating go-kart victories or the long-awaited engagement of Pac-Man to Ms. Pac-Man.

5341 Elmwood Avenue
Indianapolis,
IN
US

The flowing waters of the Maumee River gird the northernmost fairways of River City Links' 18-hole putting course, inviting misaimed golf balls to plop alongside the aquatic artery’s cargo ships floating to Lake Erie. The waterway nestles alongside the course without cutting through it, enabling the course to maintain its straightforward layout. This, in turn, lets golfers focus on the fundamentals of their game without the distraction of elaborate hazards such as lava pits and ball-eating goats. After a relaxing day on the course, players can lounge on the clubhouse’s white wraparound deck and look out over the river, listening to the breeze that whispers through the weeping willows.

4735 Honey Oak Run
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

The gauntlet of ramps, windmill blades, and dastardly drawbridges at Midget Links Golf has been challenging players for more than half a century. Originally opened in 1947, the 18-hole course is most famously known for the goldfish-filled, 1,500-gallon aquarium that serves as the focal point of the course’s circular layout. Other noteworthy course features include the unofficial 19th hole, which gives players the chance to win free rounds, prizes, and the polite applause of onlooking goldfish. With so much history embedded in its greens, Miget Links Golf even plays host to the annual Indiana State Open, a tour event for the putt-putt pros of the United States Miniature Golf Association.

1215 E Morgan Ave
Evansville,
IN
US

Salt Creek Golf Retreat's spacious swath hosts 18 challenging golf holes with an overall par of 71. Mounted astride their GPS-equipped rolling steeds, heroes will zigzag across Salt Creek seven times as they chase the elusive dream of a perfect plaid outfit across 18 greens, zinging dimpled enemy spheres across sparkling lakes, white sand bunkers, and—hopefully—into small dark holes (a $34.50–$44.50 value/person). After besting a bevy of balls, players can retire to the clubhouse to feast on a lunch of a hot dog, soda, and chips (a $6 value/person) while eye-eating Salt Creek's scenic greensward, which borders the lush forests of noted photo-bait Brown County State Park. Today's deal also keeps quadruplets in the loop—fraternal foursomes can procure fairway togetherness by purchasing two Groupons.

551 Highway 46
Nashville,
IN
US

As a member of the U.S. Golf Association, both of GolfTEC's golf tech centers are staffed by experienced PGA golfing professionals and computers who’ve been programmed in compliance with the Three Laws of Golfing Robotics, particularly the First (a robot must not move the ball from where it lies or, through inaction, allow a ball to be moved). Motion sensors and high-speed cameras monitor your swing and break down your form on a high-definition video display. GolfTEC’s PGA specialists will then point out flaws, emphasize strengths, and coach you on how to permanently improve your game from tee to green. Their sensors will chirp with approval when you finally execute a perfect stroke or crack an especially witty putting pun.

9873 North Michigan Road
Carmel,
IN
US

Ben and Ari's accommodates competitors of all levels with a full arcade and pizza kitchen flanked by two 18-hole miniature-golf courses. Both courses mimic the terrain of their larger long-game counterparts, but eschew the giant windmills in favor of dips, bends, and wandering streams that swallow wayward golf balls. The fairways also wind around the centerpiece of a working waterfall, which trickles in the background of live bands during summer festivals and fundraisers. During the winter months, players stay warm in the glow of the arcade, which houses 45 nonviolent video games that allow kids to enjoy simulated road races. The arcade also encompasses a pair of scaled-down bowling alleys that make strikes and spares a feasible goal for pint-sized rollers.

13875 Trade Center Dr
Fishers,
IN
US