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Join Indianwood Golf and Country Club As A Class "A" Member
Indianwood is truly a Golfers Golf Club. Our members are passionate about the game and even more so about the Club. The Old Course is one of the Great Classic Courses in America. We are one of only a hand full of clubs that can say we have never re-grassed, modified, or rebuilt our greens. They are exactly as they were in 1925. Old School as it gets the Old Course boosts, square tees, narrow fairways, small undulated greens (except for 18), no trees, fast and firm. The New Course is a modern gem, rated 2nd Best New Course of the Year in 1988 by Golf Digest. It is a tough New School, with big fairways, big greens, trees on many holes with water in play on several holes. Two completely different mindsets and two completely different playing experiences.
Class A members enjoy all that Indianwood offers in a traditional golf membership format with an initiation fee and monthly dues. The Class A membership is set up for the entire family, including spouses and children up to 25 living at home and attending university. This membership includes access to both the pool and fitness center and to all social events the club puts on. This includes access to all golf events, including The Piper Invitational, one of the biggest in the country, the Club Championship, and the Member-Member.
We also offer a Young Executive membership for those under 35 and a Senior membership for those over 65.
Indianwood Golf and Country Club prides itself on it's members.
Indianwood is one of the best deals in golf, with two distinctly different top-rated courses and a clubhouse that is among the best in the country; not to mention, Indianwood has never had any assessments. Call or email us for more Class A membership information and pricing.
A Message From The Aldridge Family
“We became caretakers of a unique and unrecognized piece of history. We wanted to make Indianwood more appealing so people could see it for what it was originally and is now again. There is a great pride for my family and the membership to be part of history like this. We are all proud of this grand old club.”
Voted One of America's great country clubs.
Indianwood is a historic treasure dating back to the 1920s, and the “Old” course is annually ranked in the top 100 classic golf courses in America. Indianwood has a proud history in which four major championships have been played on the “Old” course 1930 Western Open Gene Sarazen, 1989 Women’s US Open Betsy King, 1994 Women’s US Open Patty Sheehan, and 2012 US Senior Open Roger Chapman.