ZOLLNER GOLF COURSE (260) 665-4269
Indiana Golf Course Review
The Zollner Golf Course is an 18-hole facility located on the campus of Tri-State University, in Angola, Indiana (NE Indiana). The course plays over 6600 yards of extremely rolling terrain, with some outstanding views of the sports complexes and surrounding countryside.
There are plenty of elevated tees and raised green complexes, along tree lined, rye/bluegrass fairways that usually present ample room off the tee. The bent grass greens are medium in size and mild in undulation, but with back to front slopes that create a need to keep approaches below the hole.
Greenside mounding is mild and the greens are generally open in front, affording golfers with opportunities to use low running approaches and bump & run chips. There is sparse but strategic bunkering along the layout, with just 32 sand traps located near the landing zones or greenside. Water comes into play on 7 holes, including the beautiful par 4 finishing hole, which doglegs left around a pond.
Four sets of tee boxes play to distances and slopes measuring 6628 yards/129 slope, 6287 yards/127 slope, 5997 yards/126 slope and 5204 yards with a slope of 129 fro ladies hitting from the forward tee areas. Color coded flags indicate front, middle and back pin placements, and 100,150 and 200 yard markers are posted on the fairways on all par fours and fives.
Rates at Zollner are very reasonable, with walking allowed at all times. Memberships and multiple play passes are also available. Facilities on property include a targeted grass range and large practice green, plus a clubhouse with pro shop (club-fitting is available) and restaurant/snack area.
Golfers will encounter plenty of uphill and downhill approaches, with some significant elevation changes from tee to green. Partial cart paths allow for an efficient pace of play. For more info, visit our page for the course, with direct link to their website by clicking here.