Greenbelt Golf Course, is a Public, 9 hole golf course located in Columbus, Indiana.
Greenbelt golf course, originally named Columbus Golf Club was established in the 1930's. The course was redesigned in 1972 by Pete Dye.
This course is a favorite among local golfers. The signature hole is #7, a 472-yard, par 5, featuring a double dogleg fairway and requiring an approach shot over water to an hourglass-shaped green. Shot accuracy is essential because out-of-bounds areas come into play on four holes.
Blue tees: par-36, 3,085 yards, 34.0 / 114
White tees: par-36, 2,563 yards, 32.0 / 108
Red tees: par-36, 2,429 yards, 33.3 / 108
$10 (cart not included), played on Wednesday, July 2016 at 12:45 PM
Down here on business and was told about a 9 hole Pete Dye course down the street that wasn't too bad. So for $10 / walking, 3,155yds(Sky Caddie yardage), Par 36/114, I took it on shooting 40/18putts under 2hrs. Greens were in great shape (Soft & true), fairways not too bad and 50% of the back tee boxes were kinda rough. Starts out with two (2) easy par 4's for warm-ups and then things get interesting. Slight doglegs with good carries to the corners with hardwood tree lined fairways add some excitement to holes #3-#7. The #6 par 4 @ 455yds being the #1 hcp, makes the 2nd shot a very tight landing spot around the green. This made me look a little different at passing up on the 9 hole tracks for short afternoon tune-ups with a nice brisk walk. Worth stopping and playing, if not busy with Seniors that mostly play in the AM, so I was told.
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