Golf in Elkhart County

Anyone looking to spend time with a good friend or reconnect with some old ones can spend a few hours playing the lush greens of Elkhart County’s golf courses. If you’re rolling through in your RV and looking for a different way to spend the day or live nearby and just want to throw you clubs in the car and head over, we have the best links in the region to help you clear your head, center your mind, and work on your short game.

Whether you’re walking the course or cruising the greens in a cart, be prepared for a hole-in-wonderful experience.

Bristol Golf Courses

Elcona Country Club offers a relaxing retreat from a hectic life. Roll up, drop your bag at the door, then check in for one of the more creative courses you’ll play. Some experienced golfers have even described the greens as the best they’ve ever played.

Novice golfers and seasoned pros will find something they like when they tee off at Raber Golf Course in Bristol. The fairways are friendly, but you will find tricky challenges when you least expect. Talk with the helpful staff beforehand to get some tips for having your best round yet.

Golf in Elkhart

If you want to test your skills, then Bent Oak Golf Course in Elkhart is the spot for you. With tree-lined fairways and water hazards on seven holes, this course challenges your physical and mental game. After you’ve totaled your score, relive your round over cold beverages at the club’s restaurant.

Pro Tip: Brace yourself for the 13th hole. From a tee shot over the water to a dogleg and bunkered green, this will be the part of your day you’ll be talking about for a long time to come.

Golf in Goshen

Once a patch of rocky, swampy land, Maplecrest Country Club is now a jewel of Goshen. Visionaries saw what could be and, in true Elkhart County spirit, made it happen. Many of the original members actually helped clear the land that became this must-play course.

Golf in Middlebury

Beautiful and challenging are the words most often used to describe Meadow Valley Golf Club. Located smack dab in the heart of Amish country in Middlebury, you can get a feel of the local flavor before and after you stop for 18 holes. The undulating links provide a deceptive challenge that will up your game. Definitely a course you can play time and again and discover a new quirk with each round.

Pro Tip: Take your time reading the greens, you may shave a couple strokes off your score!

Golf in Nappanee

First timers to McCormick Creek Golf Course quickly become course veterans, thanks to well-maintained fairways and greens that keep you coming back. “Challenging” is often the word used after coming in from a round. A public course in Nappanee, it’s open to everyone and family friendly with programs for boys and girls. And, if you just want to hit a bucket of balls, the driving range is a must.

Pick a course at any of these golf courses in Elkhart County and book a tee time today!