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New Albany Springs Golf Course

New Albany Springs Golf Course

1702 Graybrook Ln New Albany, IN 47150

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The New Albany Springs Golf Course is a public, 9-hole facility tucked in the heart of historic New Albany, Indiana. This historic track provides a scenic, challenging and rewarding golfing experience for all its visitors. The course features 3,227 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. The course rating is 35.5 and it has a slope rating of 120. New Albany golf course opened in 1922.

Course Information for New Albany Springs Golf Course

Facility Information:
General: 9 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)

New Albany Springs Golf Course Information:
General: 9 hole regulation length course
Private Non-Equity golf course
36 par, 3,227 yards
35.5 rating, 120 slope
Just Golf facility

Staff: Contact: Cary Hammond, General Manager

Food & Beverage Available

Softspike Facility
PGA Facility

Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 In
Mens 410 190 397 476 320 140 290 367 515 3105
Ladies 392 150 387 419 310 122 280 307 392 2759
Par 4 3 4 5 4 3 4 4 5 36

New Albany, IN

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New Albany Springs Golf Course 3.3 5 20 20
New Albany Golf Would recommend to everyone, had a good time and play was fast and ran into no one the whole day even though parking lot was full August 8, 2014
What a Round! I played this course recently, and wow, what a day. The weather was beautiful, and the staff is top notch. I spoke with the course owner, Cary, and hey said they were going to be replacing all the sand in the bunkers, but he got a good deal on sod (excess from the University of Louisville's new soccer field playing surface) and had it already installed and being watered. It looks like great grass, and if it is good enough for competitive colelgiate athletics, I'd think it will hold up great to golfers like me. The rest of the course was playing well too. 9 Green is still coming along, maybe another winter will take care of it, but it is back open, which is fun to go after to finish. And it doesn't hurt that I shot the best score I have shot all year. Great day of golf. Thanks to the staff and the Grounds crew. August 7, 2014
Bring lunch, dinner, and a snack... Slow play... 4 twosomes, but singles must pair up. July 21, 2014
Value for money #18 green in bad shape. Overall for $15 a great value. July 16, 2014
Friendly course with nice layout features. Range of difficulties easy to trying. Good test for moderate golf ears. June 24, 2014
Great for beginners I am a beginner golfer and this course is close to home so I wanted to try it out. It's definitely not anything extraordinary but it gives you an idea of different terrain and obstacles on each hole. Fairways are very open so if you're like me and have a bit of a slice you can continue to play and not have to play best ball or drops. Overall a really good value for the money. April 27, 2014
Currently in terrible shape It is currently like playing in a cow pasture. uneven greens, bare earth comprise large spots of fairways, and generally unmaintained course. The course would definitely benefit from a few days of rain, but the fairways right now are completely dried out if there is even grass on them. April 26, 2014
great time Played this coarse 7 or 8 times last year. Greens were in surprisingly good shape for this early in the season. Fairways need some more sunshine, but nothing a few good weeks of spring won't cure! Had a great ,enjoyable time ! (I'LL BE BACK) April 4, 2014
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