Golf Hyatt

Overview

Numerous golf courses are located near Hyatt Regency Indianapolis. Peruse the list below or inquire with the Concierge if you are unsure which course to choose.

Coffin Golf Club
A challenging layout with dramatic elevation changes make this tree lined course along the scenic White River near downtown Indianapolis a must play. The course offers a view of the downtown skyline with the feeling of playing far from the hustle and bustle of the City. Coffin Golf Club is an Indy Parks Golf course.

Sarah Shank Golf Course
This Southside course offers open fairways, small greens, rolling terrain, bunkers and water hazards. A premium is placed on iron and wedge play. Holes number eight and 12 are two of the most difficult. Par these and you will have a great round.

Riverside Golf Course
Riverside Golf Course has been a staple to Indianapolis for over 100 years. This 18-hole public course hugs the White River and provides a relaxing round of golf. The course is easy to walk and the small greens will test your accuracy.

Brickyard Crossing Golf Course
Located on the grounds of the world-famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the Pete Dye-designed course features four holes inside the oval.  Brickyard Crossing is conveniently located just 10 minutes from the heart of downtown Indianapolis and the Indianapolis International Airport.  The course is ranked as one of America's Top 100 public courses by Golf Digest and is always in immaculate condition.

Pleasant Run Golf Course
Gently rolling terrain, tree-lined fairways and a meandering creek make this course a favorite. Opened in 1922, it is a classic design that has stood the test of time and offers a good test of golfing skills.

The Fort Golf Course
The Fort Golf Course showcases the best of what Indiana golf has to offer. Located just minutes from downtown Indianapolis, famed golf course architect Pete Dye took this 238-acre natural setting and created an 18-hole championship layout that is both beautiful and challenging

Eagle Creek Golf Club
Designed and built in 1975 by golf course architect Pete Dye, this 36-hole complex will serve area golfers for future decades. The Pines course offers a park like atmosphere, well-bunkered greens and generous landing areas. The Sycamore course offers tree-lined fairways, rolling terrain and numerous hazards while playing through some of the most scenic areas of Central Indiana.

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