Liberty Indiana Golf Courses

Liberty Country Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Liberty Country Club -- Great Condition and Layout
Review by: Ryan McCreary This course has a beautiful layout and hole construction. Similar to the old "country club" style courses, this smaller operation club gets the job done with what must be a low budget because the course is just in outstanding shape. The bent-grass fairways look good all year round and maintain their grass even in the hot summer afternoons of August. They also had great deals available for play during the week and for people wanting to have an outing. I'm definitely going to play at the Liberty Country Club again.
From Richmond, IN USA

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Parke County Golf Course -- Scenic Parke County Golf
Review by: Steve Runyon The Parke County Golf Course is an enjoyable course for players of all ability levels. Although the course has only nine greens, alternate tees provide eighteen holes of golf. Some of the holes change from par three to par four or par four to par five when playing the back nine. The fairways are well defined and the greens are some of the best in west-central Indiana. There are many changes in elevation from tee to green and trees line most of the fairways. Two creeks wind through the course and come into play on most every hole. The second hole is 590 yards and has two creeks that come into play. The green sets on top of a hill. The 189 yard par three number three hole is one on the best in Indiana. The finishing hole (par four) requires an approach shot over a creek that sits only a few yards from the edge of green. The golf course is also home to one Parke County's many covered bridges.
From Rockville, IN