Renowned golf course designers Robert Trent Jones and Rees Jones created this magnificent 27-hole championship course in harmony with Southern Indiana's existing land. Utilizing the natural contours of the land ensures all golfers a great challenge. Jones has distinguished Otter Creek as a championship golf course unique to all others. Otter Creek, a public golf course always in tournament condition, has been rated among the top public courses in the U.S. since its inception in 1964. Located in the midst of a serene countryside, Robert Trent Jones Sr. created the original 18 holes of this championship course. His design harmonizes the gently rolling hills of southern Indiana with his incredible knowledge of the game by utilizing the existing contours of the land to ensure that each shot is as natural as it could possibly be. Robert's son, Rees Jones, was given the challenge of designing an additional 9 holes that would complement his father's original course. Opened in June of 1995, the result is a "Links" look that is as challenging as the original design.