Otter Creek West/East CourseLocated in IN Region
11522 East 50 North
Columbus, IN 47203
Main Phone: (812)579-5227 Website:
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|The West/East Course of Otter Creek Golf Club offers 9 holes with key features such as mammoth bunkers, large green, and mounds. The fees are the same as the other courses: weekdays (M-F)-$79, weekends-$89, weekends afternoon-$59, senior special (Wednesday)-$49, junior-$39, and active military (any day)-$49. All day rates are also available. For more information, contact (812) 579-5227.
Otter Creek West/East Course Addtional Information & History
The 1st hole of the East course is an excellent introduction to the Scottish links look of the newest addition to Otter Creek. Lots of mammoth bunkers, mounds and large green are the key features of this course. The Hole #2 is the prettiest setting on the east course. This hole could easily be set on the original 18. A par three bordered by Otter Creek and trees on the right and a bunker as large as the green itself guards the left side of the green. From the tee bed, this 3rd hole is deceiving. A large landing zone allows for a missed shot to still be in play. But, this sets up your challenge. The 4th hole is the shortest par four on the east course and the second easiest hole is next to test your skill. The hole #5 is the first par five on the east course that provides several challenges. The left side of the fairway is bordered by trees from start to finishad Clifty Creek, the right side is well bordered with mounds all the way. The 6th hole is the easiest hole by handicap status. A par three that requires a well placed shot onto an elevated green completely surrounded by bunkers, five to be exact. The hole #7 is the longest par four on the east course. It hole starts a three hole stetch that will challenge your game. It requires the longest carry over water at Otter Creek. The 8th hole is the second par five on the east course provides the familiar surroundings of the original courses. Trees guard both sides of the fairway. The 9th hole is the formidable four par to end the east course demands both length and accuracy. A well placed fairway bunker the dogleg and a set of bunkers guarding the green could destroy any sanity.