100, 150 and 200 yard markers plus sprinkler heads measured to the center of the green on all par fours and fives.
Pin placement sheets are provided
Laid out over 300 acres of a mined-out stone quarry, the course was designed by Indianapolis native Tim Liddy, protege Pete Dye and boasts a terrain like none other in the Hoosier State. Taking full advantage of its natural surroundings, Rock Hollow mixes old-growth forests with cattailed wetlands and a plethora of thoughtfully placed rocks to make each round a tough, yet fair challenge.
The clubhouse features a pro shop, snack bar, and an out door pavilion. Practice facilities include a targeted range, and a large putting and chipping green. For a pictorial review of this course, click on the review link near the top of this page.
Proceed on U.S. 31 going South. As you get close to Peru and just past the HWY 24 Bypass Interchange, turn LEFT onto E. Division Road/Blair Pike Road. Go 0.3 miles. Turn Right onto CR-250 West and go 0.7 miles. The golf course entrance is on the left.