Your Guide to Golf in South Bend Mishawaka
There is a definite golf culture in South Bend Mishawaka, and it is felt in almost every corner of our community. Whether you are a beginner wanting to just practice your swing, or if you are a fanatic looking for a real challenge, one of the many courses in our community will work for you!
Commonly renowned as the #1 municipal course in the state of Indiana, Blackthorn is a favorite course of many local golfers. The picturesque landscaping and rolling hills make this one breathtaking experience.
As part of the Mishawaka parks system, this golf course offers 18-holes right along the St. Joseph River near downtown Mishawaka.
This 18-holes course boasts bent grass greens and bluegrass fairways. Located on the outskirts of the northwest side of South Bend, this course offers a tranquil retreat, while still being within minutes of dining and accommodations.
This course opened in 1925 and boasts a rich tradition of great golf through many generations. The 18-hole course boasts tree-lined blue grass fairways and a clubhouse that invited patrons to kick back and stay a while.
This course, located in nearby Granger, features many special deals throughout the week, and has a special dedication to junior and ladies golf.
This is 9-hole golf course is nestled on the southwest corner of campus, just north of downtown South Bend, and is open to the public.
Built in 1919, Studebaker is South Bend’s oldest golf course. This course boasts 9-holes of bent grass greens and bluegrass fairways with water hazards.
This public course on the north side of the Notre Dame campus offers a classic links design, featuring square tee boxes, undulating greens and thoughtfully trimmed native grasses.