601 S 900 E,
Zionsville, Indiana 46077
Office+1 (317) 769 5260
Pro shop+1 (317) 769 5260
18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland.
Woodland and open countryside.
7 mi N of Zionsville / 21 mi NW of Indianapolis.
Wolf Run Golf Club: GOLF COURSE PERMANENTLY CLOSED IN 2018, pending a residential development.
[Original Where2Golf description]: Developed as a private men-only golf club, women members are now being accepted at Wolf Run, as well as outside visitors on a restricted basis. This Steve Smyers design lays down a tough golfing challenge, where rifle straight shot-making will be needed to hit several narrow fairways.
At times exuding an open linksy feel, at others more tree-lined, plenty of stylish bunkering and several threatening water hazards also maintain the testing golf challenge at this quiet and wonderfully natural layout.
Check with club (if and when it reopens).
Wolf Run was conceived in the early 1980s by the late Jack Leer, a local dentist and amateur golfer, whose dream was to build a demanding golf course emulating the style of a 1920s design. To realise his vision he turned to Steve Smyers, a designer greatly influenced by the legendary architects of the 1920s and 30s ...the "Golden Age" of golf course design, when the likes of Harry Colt, Alister MacKenzie, James Braid, Albert W. Tillinghast, Donald Ross, Charles Blair Macdonald, William S. Flynn and Stanley Thompson set the bar. Since its founding in 1989 the Wolf Run course has been sold to new owners on at least two occasions.
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