Little Bighorn Golf Club

Pierceton, Indiana     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Eric "Lefty" Brown › July 21, 2015
This place is closed. I heard it was fun when open.
-  +0 votes  + Aaron Scantlen › October 13, 2014
Pros: Very fun course that intertwines an 18 hole golf course. A mix of open and wooded holes. A fair amount of water hazards.

Cons: The numbers on the signs do not match the cards. I'm hoping to fix that soon. Also, the distances seemed to have changed since the printing of the signs. There is one section where you need to know which way to turn or you will miss three holes. Once you know where you're going, it's easy to navigate.
-  +0 votes  + Blair V › August 5, 2014
inbetween the golf course. Long course, did not get a cart, walked the whole thing. The $4/ day isn't bad, if you play multiple times. I love the baskets all have 4' tall flags on top of the baskets, very easy to find in the woods.
-  +0 votes  + Jon DeCapua › July 29, 2014
not really into pay to play and if you rent a cart playing here gets kinda pricey. some interesting holes here when you get into the woods, but mostly open RHBH shots. some elevation and solid use of land. scenic views. biggest con is that the baskets were almost right next to the tee pads (potential safety issue). stop by if your in the area but not a destination course, esp for the price.
-  +0 votes  + Rob DeHaan › August 27, 2013
-  +0 votes  + George Blessing › July 26, 2013
Great course with long distances. Good mix of elevation, water, woods, and other obstacles. Definitely in my top 20 list but not my top 10.

Pros: Great place for big arms to let loose. Well maintained! Disc Golf friendly staff. There are AM tees. Good signage.

Cons: $3 to play (well worth it but...), Not as challenging through out - 1/3 technical shots and 2/3 take the obvious straight path to the basket.

Other notes: Not lefty friendly but not horrible either. You can rent carts as well $10. Great locals to play with but not a lot of structure to get people together.
-  +0 votes  + Scott Bolinger › May 29, 2013
great course
-  +0 votes  + chris veich › July 21, 2011
-  +0 votes  + mark lincoln › October 22, 2010
the course is well kept in shape most holes are in the open for those great fly byes( what i call long distance tee off lol) a few water hazards which the first run i came really close to getting in it but stuck in the mud like an arrow lol. great luck on my part right. all in all though im making it one of the ones i will go to for a while.