Killbuck Golf Club offers quality golf at reasonable prices

As the days grow longer and winter finally relinquishes its grasp on the Midwest, golfers can finally take to the links again to renew their favorite pursuit. Players searching for an affordable round on a great golf course located in a secluded woodland setting unbounded by residential dwellings should look no further than Killbuck Golf Club when hunting for an ideal experience this spring.Killbuck Golf Club

Killbuck Golf Club, which gets its name from the creek that runs through the course, was originally owned by automobile giant General Motors but has since been purchased and is currently operated by a local family.

The Anderson layout, located a short drive from Indianapolis, is a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Club originally opened in 1968 and shared the location with an adjacent park that housed miniature golf, amusement rides and picnic areas. Now it’s just about golf at Killbuck.

“It’s a nice country setting and the course is kept up nice,” said Killbuck Golf Club manager Brachen McCurdy. “From what people tell us, if you come out and play the golf course you’ll be pleasantly surprised.”

The course is highlighted by rolling fairways, ponds that come into play on multiple holes, undulating greens and a number of distinctive elevation changes. Killbuck welcomes golfers of all ability levels with four different tees to accommodate everyone from beginner to scratch handicapper. But the most notable aspect of golf at Killbuck is the quality of the course compared to the reasonable price tag to play it.

Weekend rates only go as high as $35, including the use of a golf cart and players taking advantage of the walking rate will pay even less. Killbuck and nearby Yule Golf Club, which is just eight miles from Killbuck, are currently offering golfers a tremendous deal. For just $36 dollars you can ride on both courses. That’s only a dollar a hole. Killbuck also offers twilight rates that are even more affordable.
Seasonal rates are also available at Killbuck and Yule. At Killbuck, golfers can sign up for a season pass at the low price of $750. There is also a dual membership option that includes both courses for just $800. That’s two golf courses for the price of one. A third option is available that includes a fitness and indoor tennis center in addition to golf at the two great course for just $895.Killbuck Golf Club

Take into account these reasonable prices compared to courses closer to downtown Indianapolis and Killbuck’s price tag can’t be beat.

Killbuck’s signature hole is worth the price of admission by itself. The eighth hole is a beautiful par-3 that plays 154 from the white tees. Players are forced to carry their tee shots over a pond from an elevated tee box that sits above the green.

In addition to quality golf, Killbuck offers all the amenities you’d expect at a golf club including a fully-stocked clubhouse, driving range, putting green and snack bar.
Head out to Killbuck and see for yourself that this quality golf course in a secluded setting is the most affordable golf course in the area. For more information on Killbuck Golf Club please visit or call 765-643-1877.



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