Tippecanoe Country Club

Monticello, Indiana

The Tippacanoe Country Club is a scenic Monticello golf course which has served as one of White County's oldest and most treasured attractions. Its scenic 18-holes and 6,850 yards are meticulously groomed and are considered one of the finest set of greens in the Indiana golf world. Formed in 1920, this course preceded the development of both lakes and dams. In 1922 the first club house was constructed. The Tippacanoe Country Club has since been updated and expanded several times. The most important change to the golf course was in 1961 when Indianapolis architect, Pete Dye, helped install greens and tees to bring the course up to 18 holes. Today, the beautiful 18 hole, par 72 course is a delight and challenge to all golfers.

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