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Hamilton County has a love affair with golf. One cannot drive across this golf enthusiastic county without seeing a flag stick somewhere along the way. Local golfers are willing to share the tee box! It’s easily done with 14 public access and seven private courses that distinguish Hamilton County. Midwesterners from all over take advantage of the area’s golfing hospitality. It’s called Stay and Play…and so many golfers do.
Minutes north of Indianapolis, Hamilton County is leading the way as Indiana's most exciting golf destination and one of the Midwest's best places to stay and play. Heading a group of championship level courses, and receiving accolades from publications like Golf Digest, Golf Magazine and Golf Week, are Bear Slide, Plum Creek, Prairie View, Purgatory, River Glen and Wood Wind. All come together to define Hamilton County as a golf lovers dream perfect for groups, couples and foursomes to play one or all.
Also home to the renowned Crooked Stick Golf Club, a Pete Dye design and a perennial top 100 course hosting six USGA National Championships, the 2012 BMW Championship, the 2005 Solheim Club and the 1991 PGA Championship won by John Daly.
A community dedicated to the sport of golf and its relaxing local gathering spots for after the 18th hole, Hamilton County, Indiana boasts several neighborhood eateries and traditional favorites. Stroll Carmel's sophisticated Arts & Design District for upscale shopping or enjoy Noblesville's charming downtown square and corner cafes. Whatever you're looking for, Hamilton County’s communities of Carmel, Noblesville, Fishers and Westfield are sure to satisfy. Comfortable, spacious, new hotels offer upscale amenities in the heart of golf country. Lifestyle malls, fashion and design centers, and art gallery districts bring it all together like nowhere else.