Our 18-hole golf course, the site of the 1935 Western Open, is deceptively challenging, and Tommy Armour labeled South Bend Country Club as “The sweetheart golf course of the Midwest.” Meticulously cared for, it plays 6500 yards over bent grass fairways and greens complemented by water, bunkers, and rolling, tree-studded hills.
Natural lakes come into play on seven holes and are visible on several more. An acre of bent grass practice tee area, a bunkered practice green and a large practice putting green are designed as part of the course’s backdrop.
Tee times are not required for member golf play. This provides the luxury of full use of the facilities without feeling crowded or having to schedule your leisure time.