Christmas Lake Golf Course & Events Center
Christmas Lake Golf Course has earned an excellent reputation among golfers all over the world. Known for its rolling hills, valleys, and sparkling lakes, this well-manicured course is peaceful as well as beautiful. This full-service, par 72, championship golf course is open to the public and includes a practice putting green, full driving range, a Golf Shop, and the 19th Hole Restaurant for all your food and beverage needs.
They also specialize in Group and Corporate Outings. Event rooms available for functions with up to 100 people.
For tee times, call toll free 1-877-XMAS GOLF / (877) 962-7465.
Christmas Lake Golf Course is located off Highway 245, just 2 miles south of Santa Claus, Indiana.
Attraction hours may vary.
Click here to see the hours of operation for local attractions and restaurants.
Christmas (Lake) Golf in JulyReviewed 08-06-18
Played this lovely course on July 22, 2018. Our group stayed at the St Meinrad Abby. Never been to Santa Claus IN and found it to be a real gem - Amusement Park is in the top 10 in the US and the... Read More
An interesting place to play golfReviewed 11-02-16
This 18-hole golf course is located in Santa Claus IN. The off-season low rates made this a good golfing experience, as did the course itself. The first nine holes weren't very interesting, but the... Read More
Great Golf Course!Reviewed 03-29-16
This course is a true gem. I have always loved playing this course. It is a great value, and one of the best kept courses in this part of Southern Indiana. The large tiered greens are some of the... Read More
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On the map below, you'll find Christmas Lake Golf Course & Events Center, as well as a few of the lodging, dining, and activities that are close by.
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