Golf

Timber Ridge Golf Club


Location: 12507 County Road 44, Millersburg, Ind.
Built: 1988
Designer: Sam Schrock
Length: 6,363 yards from longest tees
Par: 72

The official tournament and practice home of Maple Leaf golf, Timber Ridge Golf Club is located just 15 from campus. Its narrow fairways and fast greens make for an exciting round of golf. Complete with driving range, chipping green, practice bunker, warm up putting green, and pro shop, Timber Ridge Golf Club is an ideal location for the Goshen College Golf Team.

Elcona Country Club


Location: 56784 County Road 21 Bristol, Ind.
Built: 1956
Designer: Bill Diddle
Length: 6,880 yards from longest tees
Par: 72

Throughout the last 50+ years Elcona CC has built a reputation for being one of the finest full-service, private clubs in Northern Indiana and throughout the Midwest.  The club has played host to numerous regional and state tournaments as well as national corporate events and exhibitions.  Through additional land purchases over the years, the acreage owned by Elcona has grown to over 350 acres and is now a fully certified member of The Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program.  Included in this land is a 15-acre practice facility and 168 acres of undeveloped grasslands, woods, and farmland. Tom Thome is the Head Golf Professional at Elcona Country Club. "Goshen College is very lucky to have the use of this private facility, and it will help to better improve players games with the championship practice facility," says Maple Leaf head coach Allison Bailey.

Highline Golf Course


Location: South end of the GC Athletic Complex
Built: 1988
Length: 3 holes, 450 yards from longest tees
Par: 9 per 3 holes, 18 hole total is 54.

Goshen College golf team members – as well as students, staff, faculty, and community members – don't have to go far to get in a few holes as the Highline Golf Course sits right on campus.

Three stand-alone par-3 holes stretch from the softball field to the south end of the GC Athletic Complex and around the south end of the soccer field. The small, elevated greens will test the accuracy of a player's short irons whether they are taking a lunch break or practicing for their next tournament round.