Sultan’s Run Golf Club is nestled in the heart of beautiful Southern Indiana and stretches over 224 rolling acres of woods, water and wildlife. The zoysia tee, fairways and green surrounds offer a world-class playing surface. The roughs are a bermuda and fescue blend, while the green surfaces are of bentgrass.
From Golf Digest “Places to Play Guide”
“A killer scenic layout…The waterfall behind #18 takes your breath away…Scenic, challenging, and worth the trip to Jasper…The views are all breathtaking and the 18th is the one of the best finishing holes in Indiana…an absolutely beautiful course!”
It was only a few years ago that this lush land was home to Supreme Sultan, a horse of history and literally a legend in his own time. It was over these hills and valleys of picturesque beauty that Supreme Sultan sired a record number of World Champion American Saddlebred horses. No place on earth can lay claim to this record.
Now, this same ground recalls the heritage of Supreme Sultan just as an engraved stone marks each unique and challenging tee box, memorializing the name of one of these World Champions. From its very beginning, this land was destined for greatness, but few would have predicted the creation of a world class golf course that would entice champions.
Sultan’s Run opened in 1992, but then embarked on an extensive remodeling project in 1996, taking the golf course to the pinnacle of public golf. Designer Tim Liddy, a disciple of world renowned architect Pete Dye, took what the land already offered, and enhanced it.
All 18 holes at Sultan’s Run Golf Course have been beautified in some shape or form from entirely new bunkering and reconstructed greens, to complete rework of several holes. The end result is that Sultan’s Run has become a world class golf facility that golfers will talk about long after their round is done.