Join Indianwood Golf and Country Club As A Family Fitness Member

Indianwood is a great place to socialize and spend time, even if you do not play golf. Our fitness facility is an alternative to the busy and undignified mass-market workout spaces that can seem overwhelming. Our fitness center is divided into two rooms and three sections. The main workout room has two sections, the weight machine and free weight area on one side and the cardio section that overlooks the pool on the other. We have a second room for fitness classes, stretching, pilates, and yoga. The fitness center is open all year, with hours from 5 am to 9 pm. This membership also has access to the pool and all the dining and social activities of the club. It also includes access to our Jr. Golf Program and two rounds on the New Course (guest fees apply). It is a yearly membership that runs until December 31st.

Indianwood Golf and Country Club prides itself on it's members.

If you are interested in becoming a Fitness Center member, please contact:

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.

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