Located in the southern part of the state, Sultan’s Run is a favorite for Indiana golfers.
The course was named for Sultan Supreme. The land was formerly home to a horse that sired a record number of World Champion Saddlebred horses. Locals say you can still feel his presence to this day.
The course is built on over 200 acres of rolling terrain that features dense forest, wetlands, and plenty of wildlife.
Zoysia fairways are a dream to play off as the ball sits up. However, if you miss the short grass, the Bermuda rough proves penal.
Make sure you keep your focus to the end out here. The 18th signature hole is touted as the most dramatic hole in all of Indiana.
Suffice it to say, a round at Sultan’s Run is a day well spent.