Brickyard Crossing Golf Course
This course has been updated and is pending approval. These changes must be approved before they will be available by external applications.
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4400 W 16th St
Indianapolis, IN 46222-2512, United States
All marketing hype aside, Brickyard Crossing really is one of the more unique golf experiences in the world, since four holes and two water hazards are located inside the famous 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The first golf course ("Speedway Golf Course") was developed by one-time owner and war hero Eddie Rickenbacker, and opened in 1929. That course actually hosted a PGA Tour event from 1960-68, coinciding with the annual 500 race. After the original course was bulldozed, Indiana native Pete Dye designed the current course, which opened in 1993 and hosted a Senior Tour event from 1994-2000, as well as the 1999 Indiana Open.
The course is located about five miles northwest of downtown Indianapolis. The standard rate (with cart) is $90.
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eric123 - 9/16/15
The course was absolutely in perfect condition, the fairways and greens were immaculate, rough was punishing but not unplayable. Make sure you play the proper tees or you will be destroyed. If you play the proper tees, you will have a blast. This course should be on everyone's bucket list.
Bobcat66j - 6/27/11
Great course...par 3's are very challenging. The course is a lot of fun to play...conditions of golf course were fantastic
etorsay - 6/23/07
Very unique course built around the Indianapolis 500 Speedway. Four holes inside the track with an unusual view. Beautiful course with a stream flowing through it.
jjasien - 7/23/13
GBogey - 7/9/13
elliottgaryusa - 9/5/12
Jetwerx - 5/24/10
stampy19 - 8/11/09
tadcalahan - 8/3/09
dandi63 - 6/2/09
Best Score: 69