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Deer Creek Golf Club7143 S State Road 39
Clayton, IN 46118
Phone: (317)539-2013Fax: (317)539-2015
This course is located about fifteen minutes from the City of Indianapolis and is the best kept secret around. Some of the main features on this course are a couple of ravines, some narrow tree-lined fairways. Water hazards (ponds and a creek) come into play on fourteen holes. The signature hole is #10, a 373-yard, par 4, featuring a dogleg right fairway that plays to a peninsula green.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bent Grass|
|Greens Fees:||$20 or Less|
|Dress Code:||No tank tops or cutoffs|
|Season:||Mar 1 to Dec 31|
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Course reviews for Deer Creek Golf Club
Average Golfer Review (4.5 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 2
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| 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
deer creek, May 26, 2006
from clayton, In,USA
|this course is pretty difficult for the average (100) golfer. But for the lower handicapers it shouldnt be a huge challenge. The front nine is much harder than the newly numbered back nine. THe front has two par 5's #1 and #9 both reachable in two with good drives. #2 is the hardest hole on the front nine, there is a pond in the middle of the fairway about 250 out, you need to fly the ball 260 to carry the water. #3 is a medium par 3. #4 requires a good tee shot, it is a short par four but very little gap to the green iron would be a good play off the tee. #5&6 are about the two most boring holes on the course both birdie holes. # 7 is the 3rd hardest hole on the course there is water about 270 out but it is all down hill to the water so again driver isn't smart. Then to and uphill green you dont want to be long on this hole. #8 is a medium par 3 to a very elevated green with bunkers surrounding the green. #9 is a par 5 with an exceptional amount being able to be cut off, very eagleable hole. If you get through the fron 2 or 3 over than the back is a peice of cake.|
| 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
It's Great!, Apr 01, 2004
from Clayton, IN
|I golf for my school, and our home course is Deer Creek. It's a very challenging course, right from the start. Hole number one is a dog leg right, par five. Or, if you start on the back 9, #10 is also a dog leg right, with a green surrounded by water. The hardest hole on the course, (my opinion), is #15, but that one you'll have to try for yourself. ;-) All in all, it is a great course to golf at!|