Indianapolis golf courses are scattered throughout and around the city, making golf one of Indy’s most accessible recreational sports. Saddlebrook Golf Club captures the picturesque beauty of nearby Eagle Creek with its tree-lined holes, plentiful ponds, and shady walkways. A bit further northwest in Lebanon, Golf Club of Indiana stretches more than 7,000 yards on 175 wooded acres, a setting that once earned the praise of Jack Nicklaus. For those willing to trek a bit further, Indiana golf courses beckon players all over the state. In Bloomington, for example, the IU Golf Course almost resembles a nature preserve with its mature trees, not to mention the white-tailed deer who sometimes come close enough to challenge your short game.