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The Hoosier State isn’t just a great golf destination, it’s also home to Peter Dye, celebrated golf course designer. If variety is the spice of life, Indiana serves up a truly spicy buffet for golfers of all ages and abilities.

The terrain is open in Indiana, the gently rolling farm and woodland soil rich and dark. Some 470 courses have been painted onto that canvas, creations of designers like Pete Dye, Jim Fazzio, Robert Trent Jones, and Donald Ross. They’ve seen to it that your time on the links will be challenging, enjoyable and relaxing all at the same time. Pleasantly unassuming, Indiana’s landscapes and people welcome you and you’re sure to welcome their hospitality.

Those driving through Indiana will most likely take either I-65 or I-69 on the North-South highways, or I-70 on the East-West axis. Any of these will take you into and through Indianapolis, the hub of the Hoosier State. There are flights into Indianapolis or Fort Wayne. Visitors of the northwest portion of the state may find flying into Chicago’s Midway airport and hiring ground transportation from there to be most practical.

Outside of the main cities, Indiana is primarily farming land, markedly rural and down-home friendly. If you don’t plan on remaining in the city the entire time, you’ll most likely need a car. The scenery is pleasant and the roads well maintained, making travel through the state a pleasure as well. The Hoosier State’s courses remain challenging while offering is a very pleasant, relaxing golf vacation destination.