Harrison Hills Golf & Country Club
|Black M: 73.5/136||394||195||354||432||522||372||646||218||435||3568||432||306||195||523||321||356||411||151||557||3252||6820|
|Brown M: 71.6/133||372||188||337||401||472||357||592||185||402||3306||392||294||182||495||305||336||402||143||543||3092||6398|
|Green M: 70.2/131||361||181||324||380||456||344||555||170||380||3151||381||284||169||480||265||322||388||135||531||2955||6106|
|Green/White M: 67.9/123||340||158||324||324||456||295||487||129||380||2893||381||284||169||480||265||273||310||135||443||2740||5633|
|White M: 66.1/119 W: 70.9/123||340||158||259||324||413||295||487||129||335||2740||272||264||125||436||253||273||310||107||443||2483||5223|
Food & BeverageRestaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Meeting Facilities, Banquet Facilities
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Golf Advisor: Top Courses in Indiana
Photo submitted by u314160128301 on 07/14/2021
1st tee Photo submitted by HOTSPOTTS on 10/25/2018
2nd tee Photo submitted by HOTSPOTTS on 10/25/2018
9th hole approach Photo submitted by HOTSPOTTS on 10/25/2018
13th tee Photo submitted by HOTSPOTTS on 10/25/2018
15th Volcano approach Photo submitted by HOTSPOTTS on 10/25/2018
My son and I played this course on 9/11.
A tournament had just finished and almost no one was on course when we played, which was great. Fairways and greens were in very good conditions, most holes are a fairly lengthy, making it challenging.
I'm sure we will be back
Fun, challenging course
This course is a lot if fun. It has a unique back nine! Many hills and huge bunkers!
Course was in great shape. Greens were rolling very nice. Like the different difficulty of holes. Snack shop/bar needs better food. Golf experience was great though. Will play again.
Very challenging, extremely windy the day I played, par 5s are very long and seemed to be into the wind, fairways are narrow and balls are easily lost. My only complaint is that there were a lot of weeds out there compared to other courses, an over abundance of dandelions, definitely not used to seeing those on a golf course.
Great course for the value. Could use more yardage markers but sprinklers always work. A ball spotter would definitely help! Ha! Great course overall!
stay below hole and course plays much better.
greens were well manicured and fast. fairways in good shape and had some roll. had not played course in 10 years but had so much fun I returned 6 days later.
Good layout, but not a “Top 10 Course in Indiana”
Drove a pretty long way to play a “top 10 course in Indiana”. It is decent, but I would not call it that. It’s not close to being in the same arena as a Trophy Club, Bear Slide, or Rock Hollow. The layout was nice, specifically the back nine, but there were a few gimmicky holes throughout. The condition was not so much as advertised. Plenty of areas where propping your lie was necessary due to spotty turf and rough, and some of the bunkers were not playable. The ones that are playable have very thick pea gravel “sand” the same stuff of the “dunes” at the badlands over in Attica. The grounds keeping was just not up to par. Overall, it was worth the $25 hot deal round for a Sunday, and I would have been more disappointed if we drove that far and paid more than $25.
Anniversary member at Harrison
Since Harrison implemented their anniversary membership program under new management in 2020, the course was extremely crowded. Conditions of the course have declined slightly because of the tremendous increase in traffic. Still a nice course, but not as pristine as it once was, which is understandable due to increase in golf play.
What a Gem !!
I have played this course maybe 7 or 8 times. It gets better with each time I play. Always enjoyable and difficult. The 6200 yard tees have a slope rating of 130. I think the first times I played the course I was oblivious to the difficulty. I didn't score well and blamed it on a bad round. During the Virus protocol I have played it three times and find it is really a difficult golf course. I like to walk and it is a real challenge to walk with a push cart. The BBQ restaurant is even better than ever. Wow What a place.
One of the 10 best in Indiana
I have played many of what are considered to be Indiana's best courses. Harrison Hills ranks right there with the bulk of them. At the senior rate of $29, HH is especially appealing. Course conditions, especially now that the superintendent has decided to cut back on the native fescue, are great. The greens and tees are pristine and the course is very challenging with a variety of tee locations. The only downsides are a limited pro shop and the occasional problem with members cutting in on rounds and starting on #10.
Nice old course....
The original 9 here is almost a 100 years old, and it is iconic, and ranked in the Top 10 of public courses in Indiana annually.
If you're a fan of Langford & Moreau designs you absolutely must visit this out of the way track. It's outstanding. I don't allow 5 stars lightly. Go to golfatlas.com and read up on this place. 7 of the very best original 20's design holes the L&M team have ever built. As good as their masterpiece Lawsonia's holes. The rest of the course designed by Liddy is wonderful and meshes fairly well with what Bill & Ted originally did. The back nine I'd absolutely play every day. #1 and #2 both L&M's are a hoot. Get a par on the famous volcano green par 4 15th and you'll be smiling for weeks. 1924 historic restored old school Tudor Clubhouse with locker room/shower. Excellent value. $29 senior rate Tues/Friday. A steal. Make the trek to sleepy Attica this track and facilities will not disappoint.