Pleasant Run Golf Course
|Blue M: 68.7/128||372||374||517||321||122||547||191||323||290||3057||286||110||446||134||391||337||334||325||490||2853||5910|
|White M: 66.4/119||357||358||434||270||107||536||169||307||239||2777||257||110||368||121||356||320||321||296||471||2620||5397|
|Red M: 63.7/106 W: 67.4/113||342||349||424||155||97||421||143||258||180||2369||240||91||360||104||344||301||306||216||318||2280||4649|
|Gold M: 61.6/102 W: 63.8/106||257||275||333||155||97||421||143||258||180||2119||182||91||360||104||200||227||252||216||318||1950||4069|
Challenging city muni
Lived in Indianapolis 21 years and first time I've played here. Great classic park style design tight up and back fairways. Greens fast and sloped. Fairways well maintained. Great elevation changes on the course. By far the best and most challenging IndyParks Muni I've played. I'll be back for sure.
Fun course wit a good mix of holes
Plays a little longer than the card indicates. Some very difficult holes buy most are pretty easily manageable. Green have been great. A great place for beginner to intermediate players
The fairways are in awful shape. Some of the holes are odd. Short par 4’s less than 200 yds. The staff isn’t very friendly. Every time we play there they seem not interested in kids playing.
Fun older city course
Pleasant run is a good layout and a great example of an older city course. It has some interesting holes that make pin position really important. The course plays longer than the card says, and it offers quite a bit of elevation change especially for the time of construction. It is a great walking course and the greens are always in supreme shape. The staff is friendly, and the price for a course in the city is hard to beat. PR and its sister course Sarah Shank are a couple of staples in the Indy golf scene for anyone in the area.
The greens have some undulation and can have a sneaky amount of break to them. A good variety of holes with some short, some long, some tight and some open. Not overly difficult, but big numbers can be made without being accurate off the tee. The graveyard on 15 is a good feature you don't see everyday on a golf course.
Had a great time.
This course has everything I need, some challenging holes yet some that beginners can make par on. Course was nice maintenance seemed up to date and the staff was great didn't even mind we started our 18 a little late in the evening. If you are looking for a good course this was a great value.
Not a Bad Retro Course
It's a short course but has some challenges for all players. There is trouble if you spray on several holes in the form of woods or mature trees. A stream crosses a few holes, and there is a decent amount of elevation change to add to the challenge. A few greens, like 6 and 7 are extremely sloped from back to front, to the point that pin position placements have to be very limited. Watch out for the road right of 8, and the graveyard right of 15. Hole 12, the #1 handicap hole, would be a legit, tough hole on any course.
Overall, it was good to sneak out in February and play there while still out of season. It's not a knock-your-socks-off kind of course, and it's not in the best part of town, but it would make for a solid round any time of year.