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 Courses in Indiana
White Hawk has 4 nine hole courses
While this provides a nice variety of golf moving between each nine hole course can be quite a hike.
White Hawk’s Red & Grey Courses
I played White Hawk’s Red & Grey courses on 10/08/2020. Both nines were in excellent shape from tee to green. There are a variety of holes on both nines and the greens were quick and smooth. All staff was very courteous, from the time we showed up to the time we left. Last time I played here was over a year ago and I’m happy to say the conditions are still in excellent shape. A special shout out to starter Mike C. He was a great help to us from the time we got there to the time we teed off. I will be back.
Challenges everywhere. Who doesn't like that ? Make sure your bunker play is sound
Great public course
I played it twice and both times it defeated me. I don’t mind because it’s a nice course and it only makes you better. Good luck
Must Play in NWI
By far one of the best courses in NWI. Silver Hawk is HARD and really tests the top golfers. Hole layouts are creative, course conditions were good, scenery was beautiful… not much to complain about, other than all the balls that were lost.
Im no Pro
Went to white Hawk play golf 18 holes we were put on Black and Silver course. They were too difficult to play for a non daily golfer. It wasn't fun playing . We should of been told at purchase or check in that the normal course Red,& white were not available.
I'm very disappointed in White Hawk as i have played there before -never on the Black and Silver! Ill Never again play White Hawk if they put us on the two hardest courses they have.
Very very disappointed .
We played the red and silver 9 at white hawk. I loved the red 9. It was pretty much perfect. Good variety of holes. Nice par 3s. Fast greens. Thick rough all you’d want. Silver 9 was not great. It plays way too long from the white tees. There is a ton of forced carry off the tee and into the greens. Too much water on the course. I feel like the designer tried too hard on the silver 9 to make it borderline unplayable for the average golfer.
Other than that 9 I think the course is great. Staff is awesome. We had lots of fun
Always in great condition and worth the price!
I have played all 36 holes at White Hawk County Club over the past six years, and I have never been disappointed with the course conditions or the pin locations. White Hawk gives you the private course feel without the initiation fee, monthly dues, food and beverage minimums, or uptight people. If you are looking for a challenging 9 or 18 holes, play White Hawk; you won’t be disappointed.
Played the gray course first and some of the greens were beat up (lots of ball marks and footprints around the pin). Bunkers were hit or miss, some had a lot of powdery sand, some were harder and others were washed out.
Enjoyed the silver course for my second nine, definitely the better 9 and recommend you play it.