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If playing bucket list golf courses is your vibe then this adrenaline junkie speedway golf course is for you! This course in Indianapolis combines the excitement of auto racing with an amazing championship golf course.

Brickyard Crossing Golf Course

Brickyard Crossing is an 18-hole golf course which has a 4-hole loop on the infield of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway! The legendary Pete Dye who designed some amazing courses such as TPC at Sawgrass and the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island also happened to design this awesome golf course!

The course opened in 1929 and has been an iconic staple of Indianapolis for nearly a century. The layout first featured 27 holes with 18 outside and nine inside. That eventually morphed into nine holes inside and out, and then a 1993 redesign by Dye brought it to the current 14 inside and four outside configuration.

The Speedway Golf Course

The race track can be seen from many holes but If you need silence before hitting a shot then this course might not be for you because on practice days at the track you can hear the rumbling roar of race car engines throughout your round.

Brickyard Crossing has hosted LPGA, PGA and Champions Tour events throughout the years. The course can play as long as 7,180 yards from the back tees, with the drama starting when you enter a tunnel under the backstretch of the racetrack and emerge inside the oval where Ray Harroun won the first International 500-Mile Sweepstakes Race in 1911.

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