Harbor Links Golf Club was originally designed and constructed by P.B. Dye in 2002 as a lake side, championship resort course open to the public. Since then the course has come under the ownership and operation of Kent’s Harbor and The Sagamore Resort as an integral component of the marina / golf resort.
While maintaining its 7,034 yard length from the long tees, Harbor Links has incorporated three sets of forward tees to suit and challenge a wider range of player skills. The par 72 course features a variety of undulating bent grass greens, many of them elevated, with four greens in direct proximity to Brookville Lake.
Indeed, vistas of Brookville Lake and the surrounding hillsides of the Whitewater River Valley come into play on every golf hole. The bent grass fairways meander around the natural terrain with only subtle earth work evident. The golf course is situated within a 17,000 acre state recreation area with few signs of the modern world other than the sounds of boats plying the lake.
Another of Harbor Links features is the recognition and utilization of the valley’s history. Dry stacked concrete slabs of old Indiana State Road 101 fortify greenside banks and shoreline. A disused county bridge once leading to Bath, Indiana is back in service on golf hole # 12. Par five # 5 features a tribute to old Sims Cemetery with its unique fairway bunker complex.
Harbor Links at the Sagamore Resort offers convenient Stay and Play options with the opportunity to include on-site boating or fishing in your stay. While less than 60 minutes from Cincinnati and under 90 from Indianapolis this championship golf course, crafted by a world renowned designer feels a world away.