Golf & Country Club
1050 W 52nd St
Indianapolis, Indiana 46228-2465
- Grass Tees (28)
- Bays with Mats (5)
- Accurate Yardage Measurements on Tees to Targets
- Short Game Practice Area
- Lighting for Night Use
- Synthetic Putting Green
- Grass Putting Green
- Covered Areas
- Golf Shop (950 sq. ft.)
- Heated Bays (5)
- Indoor Simulator
- Ball Flight Monitor
- 3,200 sq. ft. indoor short game room that allows for putting, chipping & pitching
Type of Range Targets:
- Fairway Cuts
Number of PGA Professional Instructors: 4
Clubfitting services provided.
Total number of visits to range per year: 30,000
Number of range balls dispensed on range per year: 1,050,000
Number of range balls in inventory: 15,000
New balls are acquired: 3-4 annually
Best range promotion:
While we offer a variety of programs for all ages & abilities at the Club, one of our most unique and fun programs we offer from a practice facility standpoint is our “Divot Diva” program. This self-named group of women who are either beginners or brand new to the game meet 2-3 times a month to learn the basics of the game, socialize, and basically have a good time. Our entire staff will work with the women as we usually have 20-35 attendees each week. These women, many of which did not know each other at all when joining the program, are now good friends and look at this program as their “night at the Club”. We spend 90 minutes with the women each week and cover full swing, short game, putting, and even take them on the course to discuss some basic rules and etiquette. This program also takes place inside our golf academy and uses our simulators and short game area to improve their skills in the offseason.
When building the golf academy, our club also founded our Highland Golf Academy Foundation. The Foundation serves as our vehicle to provide clinics and game improvement opportunities for several segments of the local community that otherwise would probably not have the opportunity. We have 3 separate initiatives that we support…
1. PGA HOPE – Serving disabled veterans in the larger central Indiana area, we are currently hosting our 7th clinic where we average 15-25 veterans each session.
2. FIRST TEE – Host two clinics each winter (20-25 kids in each session) through the First Tee of Indiana which serves some of the under privileged youth in our area while teaching the 9 core values of the Program
3. Washington Township Junior Development Program – Highland’s own program serving our local school district; we aim to give aspiring 7th – 11th graders the opportunity to work on their games in the winter months and get a head start on the upcoming golf season. The 15-week program is provided free of charge to the children and their families.