A Premier Golf Experience…
Greensburg Golf Club was organized May 12, 1925 with 60 members. The club officially opened for play on August 12, 1926. It was composed of 6 holes with sand greens. After several years of sitting idle the club reopened in 1942 when the city of Greensburg acquired the deed to the property and eventually met with interested parties to lease the course to the members in 1953. The lease gave the country club license to make improvements. Plans were made to rebuild the course with 9 holes, grass greens, and irrigation. In 1964 the club purchased 64 acres to expand the course to 18 holes.
From those meager beginnings the members have created a premier golf experience!
Once a semi-private club Greensburg Country Club is now open to the public and has some of the finest golf facilities in the area. We offer a variety of membership options for families, individuals, and junior golfers. Monthly payment options are available. There is no initiation fee with many opportunities to lower your cost of membership. See some of those options in our membership rate section.
Greensburg Country Club hosts a variety of leagues and tournaments for all members including our ladies and senior golfers. The course is very distance-friendly with appropriate tee boxes that provide a competitive, yet fun, golf experience including our super seniors.
Greensburg Country Club is committed to promoting junior golf and is proud to host our local junior high and high school teams. We are also proud to host a PGA/IGA sponsored Junior Tour event in July where junior golfers from all over the State of Indiana participate. We continue to be a host site for the high school sectionals for both boys and girls. Greensburg Country Club in cooperation with Greensburg High School join together to host an elite high school girl’s golf tournament in the Fall, The Greensburg Invitational.
Before, during, or after a round of golf you can enjoy drinks and delicious food served up by our friendly staff.
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General Information and Local Rules
1. THE BALL should be played as it lies for accurate handicap reporting meaning a golfer may not improve his lie except for the situations listed below.
2. BUNKERS- Play the ball as it lies. Please rake the bunker when you are finished. Leave the rake in the bunker.
3. WATER HAZARDS- Holes 4, 5, 13, and 16 have water hazards. On #13, you can choose to play from the drop area or follow USGA rules on lateral hazards. Take the appropriate penalty.
4. NEW BALL IN PLAY-If a new ball is put in play during the round, a player must inform his playing partners of its identification marks. Please realize that USGA rules apply on changing a ball. A ball cannot be changed during the play of a holeunless it is damaged and agreed by competitors.
5. PROVISIONAL BALL: In the event a ball may be lost or out-of-bounds, play a provisional ball to save time going back to the tee. You must declare that you are playing a provisional ball.
6. IN CASE OF LIGHTNING, GET OFF OF THE COURSE IMMEDIATELY.
7. TEES: Black, Blue, White, and Red
8. GROUND UNDER REPAIR-Areas may not be marked however use your discretion.
9. PLEASE HELP-All members of the group should hunt for a lost ball.
10. SLOW PLAY- Try to keep up with the group in front of you and be aware of how much time you are taking to play your shots.
11. REPAIR ALL DIVOTS AND BALL MARKS.
12. EMBEDDED BALLS- Balls embedded may be lifted, cleaned and placed.
13. GUY-WIRES-Ball hitting telephone lines or guy wires must be replayed and hitwithout penalty.These must be on the hole you are playing. On hole 12 a local rule has established (USGA 33 8/33) that if a ball hits the telephone pole and support wires that reside at the end of the fence line to the right of the 150 yard marker the ball must be replayed. The pole and support wires are, by definition, OB. This has no bearing on replaying the shot even if the ball is OB after it hits the pole or support wires. The shot MUST be replayed.
14. FLOWER BEDS-Any ball hit into an existing flower bed or landscape bed may
be lifted and played as ground under repair.
15. RED, WHITE AND BLUE FLAGS – Indicate the location of pins (front,middle, and back).
16. RED, WHITE AND BLUE-Stakes in the fairways indicate 100, 150, and 200 yards to the middle of the green.
17. HOLES 9 AND 18-The road to the left of #9 and to the right of #18 is out of bounds. The white stakes coming up on #9 fairway are out of bounds. Please remember that the parking lot and the lane behind #9 green and #1 tee box are out of bounds.
18. STAKED TREES: If your ball lands in an area around or in these stakes and your swing is interfered with due to the stakes, you can take a free drop. There may be some holes dug that do not have a tree in them yet. That is a free drop. There are also some wooden indicators where we intend to plant a tree. You may take free relief from those as well.
19. There is an area of long grass in the right rough on #12 about 130 yards from the green. If your ball lands in that area and you find it you get a free drop. If you do not find it and are virtually certain the ball landed in that area you get a free drop.
20. The maintenance area left of hole #1 will be played as GUR unless your ball goes down the hill toward or into the lake. That area is OB. It is conceivable that you can hit a tee shot over the maintenance area and into # 3. If your ball is found there it may be played as it lies.
Hole 1 – The white stakes to the right on this hole are not OB.
Hole 4 – Drainage Ditch is played as Ground Under Repair.
Hole 5/6 – OB to the left of these holes.
Hole 9/18 – Ball hit across the road is out of bounds, the driveway going to the club, the parking lot, road behind 9 green, and the white stakes going up the right side of the fairway on 9 are all OB.
Hole 12 – OB to the right defined by stakes and fence line.
Hole 13 – OB immediately to the right. Lake is a lateral hazard for this hole.
Hole 16 – Out of bounds is row of white stakes on the right extending to gray post behind men’s #17 tee. Ball hit into the lake from tee must be hit again from the tee ground and may be re-tee’ed.
Hole 17 – OB on the right.
Hole 18 – OB stakes about 20 yards over the green.
TALL GRASS – Local Rule: Play as lateral hazards – left of hole 7, right of hole 8, left of hole 12, behind and left of hole 14, behind hole15, left of hole 17, and left of hole 18. Remember that your drop cannot be closer to the hole.