French Lick Springs Hotel
What do the last two turns of the century have in common? The great American sport of leisure: Golf. French Lick Springs Hotel boasts three golf courses, all designed by a renowned golf course architect. Pete Dye, Donald Ross, and Tom Bendelow have all been notable architects and with these courses combined, the French Lick Resort guest is in for a spectacular experience.
Golf has always played an important role in the history of the French Lick Resorts. After the properties were purchased by the Cook Group, Incorporated, they spent a lot of money restoring and expanding the golf courses in order to turn French Lick into a world class destination for golf, thus contributing to the experience of French Lick Resorts as a true vacation spot. The Pete Dye Course is carved into the hills of the Hoosier National Forest. The terrain is rough, but the views are breathtaking.
Valley Links (designed by Tom Bendelow and commissioned by Thomas Taggart in 1907) and The Donald Ross Golf course, originally known as the Hill Course in 1917 has been redesigned to be a 9-hole, family-friendly course. Guests of all ages can enjoy this expansive pastime.
Guests of the West Baden and French Lick Springs can enjoy shuttle service between hotels and to the courses. Shuttle service includes trips to the casino, the stables, and anywhere else on site.
Explore the Golf Courses at French Lick Springs Hotel