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Experience the triumph of scoring at Hole #16 at the Warren Golf Course at Morris Inn.

The University of Notre Dame's 18-hole public championship Warren Golf Course opened in 1999, making it a recent addition to amenities for guests of the historic Morris Inn. The Morris Inn opened in 1952 and was inducted into Historic Hotels of America in 2016.

The course was designed by the Austin, Texas based architectural team of Coore and Crenshaw, headed by Bill Coore and PGA Tour veteran Ben Crenshaw. Coore began his design and construction career in 1972, working alongside noted course architect Pete Dye. The design of the Warren Golf Course is reminiscent of the classic, walkable Irish and American courses built in the late 1800s and early 1900s, with short distances between the greens and tees.

Winding its way through 250 wooded acres, the course incorporates traditional elements of the great golf courses of the early 1900s and – unlike many modern layouts – is built on subtleties rather than special effects.

Warren Golf Course's Hole #16 is the signature hole of the course. The tee shot must negotiate Juday Creek and heavy fairway bunkering to the left. Once across the creek, the short, uphill approach is to a severely undulating green featuring a front pot bunker. The 16th hole is as tough as it is beautiful.

The Warren Course at Notre Dame served as the opening hole for the 2019 U.S. Senior Open and it is where Emily Tubert closed out the 2010 U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship.

In addition to the featured 18 holes, the course offers a driving range, chipping green, and putting green.


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