Holliday Farms, designed by legendary architect Pete Dye, features unique holes

ZIONSVILLE, Ind. (WISH) — Holliday Farms features two incredible courses designed for all types of golfers.

Pete Dye, the world-renowned architect at the helm, designed the rolling golf sanctuary over two years. It’s the last course Dye would design before he died in January 2020.

The 18-hole championship course offers golfers an enjoyable and beautiful setting: Holes extend down valleys and carefully weave through woods so as to preserve the natural environments. Tree-lined areas are balanced by downhill holes, open fairways and interesting views throughout, providing a course that is enjoyable for all golfing abilities.

Steve Henke, the Holiday Farms developer, said Thursday, “Well, what really makes it so unique is that there are so many trees. There is so much topography. The topography is incredible. There is about 80 feet of elevation change from the highest point to the lowest point. Those are things you just don’t find in central Indiana.”


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