White Hawk Country Club - Black Hawk Nine
There are 36 holes of championship golf available at White Hawk Country Club. The club's four nine-hole golf courses are named Grey Hawk, Black Hawk, Red Hawk, and Silver Hawk. The Black and Grey Courses formed the original 18-hole layout when the club first opened in 1996. The Black Hawk nine is the shortest of the four at 3,469 yards from the back tees. It has a more traditional links-style layout that is player friendly enough for beginners but still offers a challenge with strategically placed bunkers and water hazards. The club's signature hole is the par-3 sixth, which is known for its intimidating island green. White Hawk C.C. has been ranked as one of northwest Indiana's best golf courses and it is conveniently located less than an hour south of downtown Chicago.
|Gold (W)||36||2851 yards|
|Red (W)||36||2524 yards|
|Green M: 76.3/149||420||545||595||353||323||150||453||208||442||3489||7239|
|White M: 73.3/131||369||519||517||331||300||138||398||185||361||3118||6579|
|Gold M: 69.0/118 W: 73.9/136||326||488||494||289||276||112||378||163||325||2851||5825|
|Red W: 70.7/124||289||441||444||241||224||90||358||143||294||2524||5083|
Food & BeverageBar, Grill, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities, Showers, Lockers, Locker Rooms
Golf Advisor: Top 25 Off-course amenities in the U.S.
Golf Advisor: Top Courses in Indiana
72° = 5 hours 15 minutes
I know it was a nice day here in November, but a course with this many holes and options should not have taken over 5 hours on a Thursday. Not a ranger in site for the entire round. When you stack 2 and 2 and 4 and 2 and 4 and 2 on top of each other that's what happens. Here's an idea make some foursomes with all the two. Well I can say I played it once, that's enough for me... not heading back anytime soon.
Course was very well maintained, this helps your game. Fairways were beautiful, greens were very green but challenging. Loved this place.
perfect day ,but the second 9 holes was bad. no wonder no one wants to play silver.
Always worth a play
This course is always a joy to play. It can be difficult but fun if you are hitting your ball. Will play this at least once a year.
They have 4 courses.. Red, black,Grey & silver. We played grey & silver… not knowing silver was the most difficult & very long… But it was channeling. Very nice country club… nice bar, restaurant & food was delicious.
Always a pleasure playing and eating at White Hawk but the only criticism is that the bunkers weren’t in great shape
Avoid the silver hawk, it’s a gimmick 9. This review is only for silver hawk.
The other 3 9’s at white hawk are beautiful. Avoid playing the silver hawk. It’s an absolute waste of time. The layout is just silly. You’ll be disappointed with how dumb the setup is. If your not a single digit handicap you’ll be frustrated with this 9.