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Mystic Hills is a public golf course designed by Pete Dye and located in beautiful Culver, Indiana.

This leg of the trail gives travelers a taste of small-town Indiana. Culver is known for the many outdoor recreation activities available on Lake Maxinkuckee, the internationally renowned Culver Military Academy and the quiet nature of the Indiana countryside. Additionally, it is home to Mystic Hills Golf Club. Yet another Pete Dye design, this stunning 18-hole layout incorporates a links-style design on the front nine and a more traditional feel on the back nine. Prairie grasses guard the fairways as numerous sand bunkers protect each undulating green. The course offers golfers views of wetland areas, lush woods and rolling fairways. The Pro Shop is fully equipped with name-brand merchandise and a snack bar.

Stick around after your round to enjoy all that the Town of Culver and Marshall County have to offer. Feed your group while soaking in lakeside views, shop along Culver’s charming Main Street or venture out into the rolling countryside.

RATES: $25-$49
Tee Yardage Rating Slope
Black 6780 73.0 133
Blue 6239 70.6 128
Gold 5723 68.3 122
Red 4858 67.5 117
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Mystic Hills

16788 20 B Road
Culver, IN 46511

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Nearby the course are many outdoor recreation activities on Lake Maxinkuckee.
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Mystic Hills is known for its lush woods and rolling fairways.
The breeze blows through the prairie grasses that guard the fairways.
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Natural wetlands provide a beautiful backdrop as golfers play a round.
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Nearby the course are many outdoor recreation activities on Lake Maxinkuckee.
Prairie grasses guard the fairways as numerous sand bunkers protect each undulating green.

Pete's Take

“No other [golf course] designer continues to re-invent his architecture the way Pete Dye does.”

-Ron Whitten, Golf Digest

Culver in Marshall County

Classic small-town friendliness meets outdoor adventure in the lake-studded countryside of Marshall County. Resting on the shores of Lake Maxinkuckee, you will find the quaint town of Culver. Culver is often referred to as “The Cape Cod of the Midwest”, as it boasts the character of a small town, the amenities of a lake resort community and natural beauty.
Culver is often referred to as the “The Cape Cod of the Midwest.”
There are many things to do while visiting Culver. You can explore the quaint and unique shops on Culver's Main Street. Plan time to enjoy walking the 1600-acre campus of the Culver Academies, home to the Culver Military Academy, the Culver Girls Academy and of course the famous Black Horse Troop. It's the ideal way to unwind among spectacular architecture from another time - after a great round of golf and before enjoying a meal in downtown Culver.


Overnight accommodations range from bed and breakfast, to hotels and resorts. There are many options to satisfy your need when staying in Marshall County. Located on beautiful Lake Maxinkuckee, the Culver Cove Lakeside Condominiums offer two private beaches, indoor pool, hot tub and fitness center. Inn by the Lake is the perfect bed and breakfast with hotel amenities such as maid service and breakfast, just short walk to restaurants and the beach. The Black Horse B & B offers a relaxing & secluded retreat, located on 40 acres surrounded by nature. If you are looking for a hotel, Plymouth offers Holiday Inn Express, as well as Comfort Suites, just twenty minutes north of Culver.


As a 2017 Stellar Designee, Culver offers year round activities and events for all! From renting a boat to cruise Lake Maxinkuckee to enjoying the ice sculptures of our Winter Festival, there is something for everyone. There’s no better way to experience the culture and history of rural Northern Indiana than by hitting the road to travel through the gently rolling countryside. Connecting the communities throughout Marshall County, the Barn Quilt Trail features a series of large murals painted in a variety of quilt patterns on barns, businesses and public spaces in downtown areas including popular Culver and Plymouth. There are self-guided trail maps available.

Take time to explore the historical side of Marshall County. What will you discover? You will find fantastic museums, ranging from the Marshall County Historical Society Museum to the Culver Academy’s Museum. But our history is also all around us. It’s in the Bourbon Town Pump and the Bremen Water Tower and we are happy to share it with you!


You’ll be surprised by the dining options that Culver has to offer. Whether it is a small town diner or an upscale, 5-star gourmet restaurant you are looking for, Culver can accommodate you. The Lakehouse Grille offers a delicious menu with appetizers and well as main entrees for any appetite. Its dining room features a sailboat hanging from the ceiling, vintage memorabilia of Lake Maxinkuckee and many other interesting pieces! Lucrezia offers delicious Italian dishes with the freshest seafood, pastas and braised meats. A local favorite, CafeMax , once was a movie house! Its décor reflects the history of the community and offers a sinful French toast that anyone should devour before hitting the links. If you are looking for gourmet coffee, stop by The Culver Coffee Company and enjoy “Your Coffee Break by the Lake.”

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