1964 Burning Tree Lane
Carmel, IN 46032
Head Pro: Tony
- Rolling terrain
Season: April 1 - November 1
Pro Shop : 7:00 AM
Tee Times: Required.
Guest Policy: Guests must be accompanied by a member.
Rental clubs: Available.
Practice areas: Putting Green, Chipping area, Driving range.
Food: Bar, restaurant.
Locker rooms: Yes, with showers.
Issues USGA handicaps: Yes.
Fees, Memberships, and Discounts:
About 225 members. Waiting list about 1 year long.
Membership: $39,000 initiation. $440 / month. $50 monthly minimum.
Description: Long Scottish-style links course but with
trees. One of Indianapolis' premiere courses and hailed as one of
Pete Dye's best designs.
Fairway grass: Bentgrass. Always in good shape.
Dress Code: No denim. Collared shirt. Bermuda shorts.
Shoes: Metal spikes not allowed.
President: Richard McBroom
Head Pro: Jim Ferriell Jr.
Architect: Pete Dye.
Tournaments, & Magazine Rankings:
Host of the 2007 USGA Women's Amateur.
Host of the 2005 Solheim Cup. Sept 9-11, 2005.
Golf Digest: Top Indiana Courses - #1
GolfWeek: America's Best Modern Courses - #46
Golf Magazine: U.S. Greatest Courses - #65
Golf Digest: America's Greatest Courses - #76
Hosted the PGA Championship in 1991. (That's of course the one John
Daly won as an alternate entry)
Hosted the LPGA U.S. Open in 1993.