terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level
Not far from Peru, Peru Municipal Golf Course offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens keep Peru Municipal Golf Course difficult yet friendly, and the staff can offer tips and tricks for playing your best round. Peru Municipal Golf Course is a terrific choice for your regular rounds of golf or a new destination for you and friends when visiting Peru.
We offer 18 holes of scenic golf for the walker as well as for those who like to ride. We have 32 gas golf cars purchased spring 2020 and adding more to this season.
We are a dawn to dusk course and have daily tee times available. Please call ahead and secure your tee time. We can be reached at 765-473-6806. We have many events throughout the year that are sponsored by our local business, The Men’s Golf Association, (i.e. The Ladies Golf Association, Indiana Professional Golfers’ Association – Pepsi Tour (for the Junior golfers) and the Indiana High School’s district meets.
Our course offers 6006 yards from the white tees for the men with a rating of 69.0 and a slope rating of 118 for a par 72, Men’s senior gold tees 5500 yards, rating of 67.4 and a slope rating of 112 for a par 72. Our Ladies’ tees offer 5560 yards for a rating of 72.0 and a slope rating of 120 for a par 73. We have rolling Blue Grass fairways and undulating Bent Grass greens.
On April 6, 1928 Peru Municipal Golf Course opened for play and since then many golfers have enjoyed the golf course, the exercise, the competition, and the friendships forged at the “Muni”. In 1928 the golf course was nine holes, there was no irrigation system, the golf season was April – September , the clubhouse was behind #9 green, and Chet Peel was the golf professional.
Since the opening season in 1928, many improvements have been made. The first water system was installed in 1930 to front nine greens only, the back 9 opened in 1934 along with the maintenance building left of #3 green. The current clubhouse was built in 1968, a fairway irrigation system was added in 1987, and cart paths were added throughout the 80s and 90s. During the 90s we enjoyed a paved parking lot, while all bridges were rebuilt to provide better access and safety, and various tees and drainage projects improved the course. The start of 2006 saw beautiful new bunkers culminating a three month effort involving golf course staff, crew and many golfer volunteers.
|Men’s Tees||6,006||69.2||119||Par 72|
|Senior Gold Tees||5,500||67.8||116||Par 72|
|Ladies’ Tees||5,560||71.5||123||Par 73|