History of Pebble Brook Golf Club
Pebble Brook Golf Club is a 36 hole championship daily fee golf course facility conveniently located just minutes from Indianapolis on State Road 32 between Noblesville and Westfield. With two unique layouts, Pebble Brook offers an exceptional golfing experience for all. The South Course is a traditional course with mature tree lined fairways and the North Course is a modern Scottish links style design. Both courses offer multiple sets of tee markers to fit every golfer’s skill level. Pebble Brook prides itself on offering more available tee times than any other course in the Indy area. The friendly atmosphere and quality golf courses make Pebble Brook Indiana’s Premier 36 Hole Public Facility.
The Clubhouse was built in 1998 to accommodate all the needs of our members and guests. Under the shaker roof you will find a friendly staff and 10,000 square feet of room that includes: men’s and women’s locker rooms, grill, snack bar, meeting rooms, and a fully stocked golf shop. The clubhouse is centrally located to the courses, party pavilion and driving range. The clubhouse offers the option of indoor or outdoor dining with a beautiful view of the courses. For larger events that exceed the clubhouse capacity a party pavilion capable of hosting up to 300 guests is conveniently located next door. With the many facility amenities we are capable of meeting the needs of small and large size groups.
The South Course
The South Course is the original 18-hole course. The Par-72 layout was opened in June of 1972 to wide acclaim. Many of the blue grass fairways are lined with mature trees and an occasional fairway bunker. The South is loved by many golfers due to the variety of holes and classic layout. With four sets of tees the South can be enjoyed by all skill levels of men, women and juniors. There is a nice mix of short and long holes with just enough water to challenge a wayward shot. Many of the bent grass greens are flat as typical with older traditional layouts. Beware! The speedy greens do have a defense; just enough of a deceiving tilt to make the position of your approach shot and putt an important priority. Both the first and tenth tees are located in close proximity to the clubhouse for easy access to the snack bar and grill room. The South has history of hosting Indiana PGA Section Tournaments as well as the Annual Indiana Senior Golf Association Pro-Am. All three of our Ladies Golf Associations find it friendly to host their events on the South Course.
The North Course
The North Course was built in 1990 by famed architect Ron Kern. Its Scottish Links Style is very unique to the area and raved about by area golfers as being a very enjoyable experience. Beautiful native grasses and scenic lakes on the North add to the Scottish atmosphere. The fairways are a lush bent grass and have the Scottish rolling effect. . As with most modern courses the undulating greens and Scottish style bunkers can be challenging. However, with four sets of tees, the North can accommodate all skill levels; many corporate outings find the course a perfect fit for shotgun starts. To stay true to its links inspiration the 9th green and 10th tee are one of the farthest points away from the clubhouse on the property, so please grab a complimentary beverage cooler in the snack bar to take some drinks on your journey.