4400 West 16th St,
Indianapolis, Indiana 46222
18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Gently undulating terrain - easy to walk.
Suburban, residential and directly alongside Indianapolis Motorway Speedway Track.
Husband/wife team of Pete & Alice Dye
4 mi NW of downtown Indianapolis.
Brickyard Crossing Golf Course is a championship layout that ranks with some of the best in Indiana. Developed in 1929 it was originally called the Speedway Golf Course, becoming the venue for the PGA Tour's 500 Festival Open from 1960 until 1968. The event was held in conjunction with the Indy 500 race week. From 1994 to 2000 the course hosted the Brickyard Crossing Championship, a PGA Champions Tour event.
From 1991 to 1993 the course was completely revamped from a 27-hole layout (18 holes outside the race track and 9 inside) into an 18-hole championship course designed by legendary golf architect Pete Dye. The new course, renamed the Brickyard Crossing Golf Course now features 14 holes outside the speedway race track, and 4 holes inside, along with an infield lake.
This tree-lined and open parkland layout provides a wonderful test for your all-round game, with many attractive, skilfully crafted and challenging holes to enjoy. A must play if you are in the area.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2020].
Walking permitted at all times. Golf carts are fitted with GPS.
Excellent (including a double-ended driving range)
Brickyard Crosssing lies just outside and partly inside the USA's most famous oval racetrack, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The race track is home to the country's most famous Indy car race, the Indianapolis 500, and also the NASCAR's Brickyard 400.
PETE DYE GOLF TRAIL: Established in 2011 to showcase seven of the great man's courses in Indiana, the Pete Dye Golf Trail comprises: Birck Boilermaker (Kampen course), Brickyard Crossing, French Lick (Pete Dye course), Maple Creek, Mystic Hills, Plum Creek and The Fort.
Referred to by many as the father of modern golf course architecture, Pete Dye made an indelible mark on the game of golf. After carefully studying golf courses in the British Isles, he honed his craft in Indiana, before going on to produce a raft of stunning designs, including TPC Sawgrass, Whistling Straits and Harbor Town. Dye designs, created by Pete, his wife Alice and their family, now span the globe.
2019/20 Golf Digest rating: 7th best golf course in Indiana.
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