Indianola Country Club first opened for play in 1920. The course expanded from 9 to 18 holes when the new west nine was opened for play in the spring of 2004. The new west nine was designed by Mark Kerr.
The Indianola Country Club golf course consists of an older east 9 holes on the east side of Country Club Road and "new" west 9 holes, that opened for play in the spring of 2004, on the west side of Country Club Road. On most days, players play hole #1 of the east nine, cross Country Club Road where the new west nine is played as holes 2-10 of the 18 hole layout, and return to the older east side for holes 11-18. On Tuesdays only the course is played as two independent nines with the old east nine serving as the front nine and the new west nine as the back nine. The old east nine has been redesigned or revised numerous times over the years. The two most recent changes were the lengthening of hole #18 (#9 at the time) when a new green was built and the conversion of hole #11 (#2 at the time) from a par 3 to a par 4 by building a new tee back in the woods.
Par for Indianola Country Club is 71. From the back tees the course plays to 6,369 yards. The longest hole on the course is # 1, a par-5 that plays to 607 yards. The shortest hole on the course is # 16, a par-3 that plays to 120 yards from the back tees.
Watch out for # 1, the 607 yard par-5 challenge is the #1 handicap hole on at Indianola Country Club. The easiest hole is # 16, the 120 yard par-3.
Member (cart not included), played on Saturday, October 2011 at 8am
This is a great Private course for the price. It is challenging, but not long so it is good for the members. Relatively fast pace of play is a plus.
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