Shekinah On The Brandywine, is a Public, 9 hole golf course located in Greenfield, Indiana.
The course opened in 1994. The course was designed by Louis Holtzclaw.
The course plays to a 9-hole par of 28. All holes are par-3s except for #6, a 210 yard par-4. The course plays to a 9-hole distance of 1,211 yards.
As a golf course, the course closed in 2015.
The golf course has been converted by its owners to a soccer golf only course
Essentially, footgolf is golf played with a soccer ball utilizing mostly traditional golf rules. Instead of using clubs to hit a small dimpled golf ball toward the green, players kick a regulation soccer ball down the fairway and into a 21-inch wide cup, keeping count of their kicks along the way. Holes at the nine-hole Shekinah course are in the 150-yard range. And, unlike many footgolf courses, which maintain a regular golf course while placing the soccer-ball size cups off to the side of the green, Shekinah has gone all in on footgolf.
Sitting directly across from Brandywine Park, where hundreds of local youngsters descend each week for recreational and travel soccer leagues, Shekinah is in perfect position to convert some of the soccer crowd into footgolfers.
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