Cambridge Golf Club first opened for play in 2000. The course was designed by Timothy Liddy.
Cambridge has 10 acres of water in nine in-play lakes and over 250 pot and flat bottom bunkers. The site, in the Cambridge Village Community, is well suited to its Scottish-style links design. Cambridge golf course is artfully etched into 170 acres of gently rolling Indiana farm land.
Multiple tees, target landing areas, in-play lakes, formidable grass mounds, demanding bunkers, and finely sculpted bent grass greens highlight this challenging Scottish-style links course. There is a risk/reward design philosophy throughout the venue.
The Cambridge layout places a premium on accurate tee shots, leaving the player better angles into the smallish greens, Cambridge's par 4's and 5's present numerous playing options and shots values, and a perfect balance of risk and reward, while the par 3's require precise shot making. The course, with its manicured open spaces and large expanses of green, adds beauty and form to the Cambridge Village Community.
Cambridge Golf Club facility plays to 7,011 yards from the back. The course rating is 74.6 with a slope rating of 137. 72 is par at Cambridge Golf Club.
$31 (cart included), played on Friday, May 2013 at 8am
I really like this course. But it's a real challenge to play in windy conditions and it's windy most of the time here. Some really nice holes and it is a challenge, but fair. Good price and a course that if you're in the Evansville area you might want to check out. Links style.
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