Otter Creek North/East Course Addtional Information & History

"Otter Creek Golf Course was built in 1964 and have been ranked on top 25 public golf course in the United States. It is located in the midst of a serene countryside, Robert Trent Jones Sr. created the original 18 holes championship holes. His designed bring a harmonized rolling hills of Southern Indiana with adding his incredible knowledge of the game. His Son, Rees Jones continue the designed by adding a 9-holes the brings compliment to his father original course. Robert Trent Jones and Rees Jones are the renowned golf course designers. They both created the 27-hole magnificent championship course. Otter Creek Golf Course utilized the natural contours of the land ensures all golfers a great challenge on different skill levels. Otter Creek is a public golf course with always in tournament condition. And it was opened in June of 1995. The hole #1 of North Course is an excellent starting hole that can result in a well-played par or an easily acquired double energy. The 2nd hole can be one of the toughest on the course in spite of its apparent casual layout. It is basically straight and simple appearing but this is a facade. The pretty par three with large pine trees enhancing the background and water spouting from Otter Pond in the left front. The hole #5 is the longest hole on the course. It offers unlimited shot making opportunities, trees, sand, water, undulating fairway, tiered green, and challenges contributing to its number one handicap setting. The 6th is the the short par four and a dogled to boot. The dogled is guarded by a cluster of trees and two fairways bunkers that elbow the dogleg. The 7th hole course is a pleasurable hole and quite typical of others on the north course. The hole #8 North Course is consider as the easiest hole at Otter Creek and one has given up its share of hole in ones. Straight, with no water or trees and bunkers that although deep appear no more intimidating than other thus far. The 9th hole is a formidable four par to end the north course demanding length and accuracy. Two well placed fairway bunkers and a cluster of trees call for a drive to the left.

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