The season has been so bad, some central Indiana courses are facing significant financial losses—and perhaps ruin.
The country club on the northwest side foresees 46 houses on 25 acres and using money from the sale of the land to make crucial improvements to the private retreat.
A par-3 golf course on the city’s north side could be replaced by a $45 million apartment community with nearly 400 units, much to the chagrin of neighbors opposing the massive project.
Golf course and country club management firm Green Golf Partners launched four years ago, at a time the golf industry nationwide was deep in the rough.
The future of the Hawthorns Golf & Country Club in Fishers is expected to become clearer next week, when a bankruptcy court judge weighs in on the lender’s plan to take over operations.
Burned by the economic meltdown and the scorching summer of 2012, five Indiana golf courses are rolling out a new game this year in hopes of bringing a little more green to their greens.
The lender for the Hawthorns Golf & Country Club is an affiliate of California-based Concert Golf Partners, which hopes to convert its debt into ownership of the Fishers club.
The move comes after a lender filed a $4.8 million foreclosure lawsuit on the club and asked a Hamilton County court to appoint a receiver.
Luke Bielawski, a student from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, spent 96 days this summer teeing off from California to South Carolina to raise money for Providence Cristo Rey High School.
The Hoosier Tour will give high-handicappers the chance to compete for prize purses at top courses across the Indianapolis area. But participants could become ineligible for sanctioned events.
Don “Chip” Essig IV was the 2011 recipient of the PGA Golf Professional of the Year award.
Eagle Creek Golf Club received a long-awaited face-lift this year under a contract that will rescue the city from most of its expenses stemming from the previous operator’s loan default.
We'll be seeing a lot of water-bounded, bunker-laden Hole No. 18 as pro golf's best players compete at Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel through Sunday. Legendary course designer Pete Dye describes what he had in mind.