Experience 18 holes of golf in the lush, rolling hills of Bloomington.
Our Hoosier home in the hills of Southern Indiana offers four golf courses: Taylors' Par 3, Cascades Golf Course, The Golf Club at Eagle Pointe, and The Pfau Course at Indiana University.
The Pfau Course at Indiana University is Bloomington's most challenging and esteemed golf course. Designed by highly-acclaimed architect, Steve Smyers, and two-time Major winner, Fuzzy Zoeller, the Pfau Course is ranked in the Top 100 golf courses in North America by GOLF.com. This championship course puts players of all levels to the test, offering six tee options across 18 holes. It's an incredible, unforgettable experience for passionate golfers in the area — book a tee time for an outing any day between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm.
The Golf Club at Eagle Pointe offers a 6,700-yard, 18-hole championship course just off the shores of Monroe Lake. Course highlights include two waterfalls, over 100 sand bunkers, rolling hills, and tree-lined fairways. The course offers a challenge for golfers of all skill levels and offers four sets of tees to choose from. Book a tee time any day of the week between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm to put your golf skills to the test.
Cascades Golf Course sits on 200 acres of lush greenery, native trees, and rolling hills, offering three different nine-hole courses that can be combined to create three separate 18-hole options. It's a step up from Taylors' Par 3, but isn't so challenging that it's unapproachable for beginners and kids. Seasoned players will enjoy a relaxing day of fun play, while beginners will become acquainted with an 18-hole round. Cascades is open daily from dawn to dusk — tee time reservations are required.
Taylors' Par 3 offers the perfect environment for beginners, children, and those who want to practice their short game. The nine-hole, 1,159-yard course offers a flat-rate for an entire day's worth of golf — a deal you won't find anywhere else in the area. There are no tee times; simply show up to play any day between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm. The course is mostly flat, flanked by hills, and cut down the middle by a small creek, offering an approachable course for every type of player to fine-tune their skills.