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Brickyard Crossing Golf Course
4400 W 16th St
Indianapolis, IN 46222-2512, United States


317.484.6572
All marketing hype aside, Brickyard Crossing really is one of the more unique golf experiences in the world, since four holes and two water hazards are located inside the famous 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

The first golf course ("Speedway Golf Course") was developed by one-time owner and war hero Eddie Rickenbacker, and opened in 1929. That course actually hosted a PGA Tour event from 1960-68, coinciding with the annual 500 race. After the original course was bulldozed, Indiana native Pete Dye designed the current course, which opened in 1993 and hosted a Senior Tour event from 1994-2000, as well as the 1999 Indiana Open.

The course is located about five miles northwest of downtown Indianapolis. The standard rate (with cart) is $90.

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Course Details

Type:Public
Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$75 - $99
   Weekend:$75 - $99
General Manager:Jeffrey Williams, PGA (DoG)
Superintendent:Jeff Stuart, GCSAA
Guest Policy:open
Season Start:March
Season End:November
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Short Game Practice:yes with sand bunker




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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
10/18/19 David StJohn 83
10/16/19 Michael Rudisill 85
9/4/19 Aubrey Johnson 90
8/28/19 woody2259 83
8/25/19 JOHN GORDON 91
8/10/19 Keith Rudolph 95
8/5/19 Terry Hammons 79
8/2/19 Sandeep Shroff 91
7/13/19 louthc@Gmail.com 90
7/1/19 Michael Hawkes 97
6/26/19 Michael Rudisill 75
6/7/19 Pat Schneider 85
5/31/19 Elizabeth Orsay 90
5/25/19 Randy Simmons 92
10/30/18 Doug Hawk 91
9/22/18 tolin43959 93
9/16/18 Michael Rudisill 86
9/14/18 George Kidd 90
8/24/18 Elizabeth Orsay 90
7/19/18 charles becker 87
7/10/18 fernandoludert 87
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Recent Reviews

  hawkes23 - 7/8/19
I played Brickyard Crossing twice within the same week. The first was a scramble event and it was so memorable that we went back to play as a foursome two days later. The course is immaculate and the opportunities to view the speedway both inside and out are amazing. The greens roll true and are not as fast as you may initially think. I would recommend this course for anyone visiting Indy.
  EricEngum - 9/16/15
The course was absolutely in perfect condition, the fairways and greens were immaculate, rough was punishing but not unplayable. Make sure you play the proper tees or you will be destroyed. If you play the proper tees, you will have a blast. This course should be on everyone's bucket list.
  markhunter - 8/6/12
its in great shape should be on your list of must play courses
  ChappyEight - 10/12/10
Beautiful course in an awesome location (4 holes inside of Indianapolis Motor Speedway). However, the cost, $90/rd is just way too high for a course in central Indiana.
  tandy10 - 6/23/07
Very unique course built around the Indianapolis 500 Speedway. Four holes inside the track with an unusual view. Beautiful course with a stream flowing through it.
  GolfNutBeth - 6/23/07
Very unique course built around the Indianapolis 500 Speedway. Four holes inside the track with an unusual view. Beautiful course with a stream flowing through it.
  OnePablo44 - 8/6/13
  GBOGEY - 7/9/13
  Rudisill - 7/7/13
  jsocas - 6/23/13
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