golfers often play above the clouds

Pete Dye routed a masterpiece across the top of some of Indiana’s highest points when he was well into his 80’s. Coupled with a Donald Ross gem that was the cornerstone to the historic French Lick Resort, and a major remodeling of the surroundings, the result has been the most critically acclaimed golf resort of the last decade. Golfers often play above the clouds here, well at least above the morning fog, and the dramatic vistas from almost every green and tee are spectacular. With Dye courses such as the Brickyard Crossing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (my first project working for Pete back in the day), two courses at Purdue University, and many more hidden treasures around Pete’s longtime headquarters of Indianapolis, French Lick is a short drive to all kinds of gritty golf challenges.