Fox Prairie Golf Course, is a Public, 27 hole golf facility located in Noblesville, Indiana. The facility has three 9-hole golf courses, The East 9, The West 9, and The Central 9. These 9-hole courses can be combined into three different 18 hole combinations / pairings.
The oldest of the 9s is The West 9 which opened in 1970. The West 9 was designed by Steve Frazier. The West 9 plays to a par-36 and maximum distance of 3,364 yards.
Both The East 9 and The Central 9 were designed by William Newcomb. The Central 9 also opened for play in 1970. The East 9 opened 30 years later, in 2000. The Central 9 plays to 3,403 yards and a par-36. The East 9 measures 3,398 yards and plays to a par-35.
# 6 of the East course is the signature hole. # 6 East is an interesting par 4 measuring from 223 to 313 yards with three tee boxes and two criss-crossing landing zones. A creek and 2 sand bunkers make your downhill tee shot a critical choice.
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