Home to Indiana’s Amen Corner
Harrison Hills Golf & Country Club has 200 rolling acres of spectacular views on a 6820 yard championship golf course. Bent grass tees, fairways and greens allow everyone to experience what the pro’s play on every week. With four sets of tee markers and the removal of 75% of the high grass around the course, we have made the golf course enjoyable for all skill levels. Do not have time for a round of golf? Come out and enjoy our bent grass driving range with a short game area and two putting greens. Here are some other reason to head for the hills..
Harrison Hills Golf and Country Club has hosted many events over the years.
State Open Qualifiers
US Senior Open Qualifier
Girl’s State Junior Amateur
Men’s State Am Qualifiers
Home to the IJGA tournament of champions for over 15 years
IGA Pro -Assistant
NCCGA Regional Qualifier
The Legacy of William B. Langford (course designer)
Harrison Hills has been recognized in an article by Mark Chalfant on the Architecture of William B. Langford.
The article can be viewed at http://www.golfclubatlas.com/in-my-opinion/mark-chalfant-the-architecture-of-william-b-langford/
From the early 1900’s to the 1930’s William Langford traveled throughout the Midwest putting his mark on the landscape. Harrison Hills is one of several great golf layouts, showcased in this article.
Just another good reason to “Head for the Hills”.
“Michael, thank you for a wonderful weekend at Harrison Hills. We all had such a blast, played some great golf, and really enjoyed the course. Thank you again for all that you did for us this weekend; things ran really smoothly thanks to all of your help! – Andrew Stineman (NCCGA) 9/25/2017
“I’m in sales and I travel all around the midwest and I golf a different course every week. I’ve never had someone clean my clubs and get my cart like that for me. This is the best golf experience I’ve had in a long time” – Justin Stokes 5/8/2015
“Best greens on which I have played in years. They were as good as, if not even better than, Arcadia Bluffs (Mich.)” – sent in by email – 6/30/2014