Cardinal Hills Golf Course, is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Selma, Indiana.
Cardinal Hills Golf Course first opened for play in 1949. The par-71 course was designed by William "Bill" Diddle. When the course first opened it was known as Green Hills Country Club. In the late 1970's it became Whispering Oaks Golf Course. In 1982 it was purchased by the Fehlinger Family and it became known as Cardinal Hills Golf Course.
Cardinal Hills is considered one of the best best layouts in East Central Indiana. Most of the greens are small, raised and mounded.
The front nine has just enough trees to keep you on your toes. With only two ponds and three sand traps, it is the friendlier side. The back nine, on the other hand, is a little more difficult. Every hole has its share of trees, some having many more then others. There are 8 sand traps and five of the nine holes are bordered by out of bounds. With three diffferent tee stations you can choose your difficulty. From the back tees, it brings quite a challenging course. The middle tees are challenging but much more modest. While the front tees are great for all ages to enjoy. The White River runs only yards away, and while it does not come into play, it brings nature and wildlife to your surroundings.
From the Blue tees, Cardinal Hills plays to 6,338 yards for a course rating of 70.2 and a slope rating of 125.
Blue tees: 6,338 yards, course rating 70,2, slope rating 125.
White tees: 5,596 yards, course rating 67,7, slope rating 121.
Gold tees: 4,784 yards.
(cart included), played on Sunday, July 2009 at 6am
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