16788 20 B Road,
Culver, Indiana 46511
Office+1 (574) 842 2687
Pro shop+1 (574) 842 2687
18 holes. Open parkland.
Open countryside and wetlands (Lake Maxinkuchee Wetland Conservation Area).
Father/son team of Pete & P.B. Dye.
6 mi SE of Culver / 102 mi SE of Chicago / 102 mi N of Indianapolis.
[As at July 2020 it would appear Mystic Hills is temporarily CLOSED. Some reports suggest a possible permanent closure. Check status with club before planning to visit].
[Original Where2Golf description]. Mystic Hills Golf Club at Culver, home to a pleasant open parkland layout, is located alongside the Lake Maxinkuchee Wetland area in northern Indiana. The course features 18 holes, played as two contrasting nine-hole loops on either side of the clubhouse.
The front-nine at Mystic Hills exhibits the character of a traditional links-style course with minimal trees, rolling terrain and larger greens. The back-nine could be said to possess the traits of a more modern golf course with a mix of tree-lined and more open holes, large sand traps, and long narrow greens.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Walking permitted. Golf carts available for hire.
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.
16788 20B Rd, Culver, Indiana 46511.
+1 (574) 842 2687Visit website
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