Noblesville Opens Public Golf Courses For The 2019 Season



As the weather and outdoors begin to feel more like spring, Noblesville Parks’ golf courses will be open for the season on Monday, April 1. The City of Noblesville operates two public golf courses – Fox Prairie, 8465 E. 196th St., which is currently open for daily tee times and golf outings, and Forest Park, 701 Cicero Road.

“It's been a long winter that Mother Nature doesn't seem to want to let go of, but we are very excited to be able to have both golf courses open and we look forward to a great 2019,” said Noblesville Golf Director Gary Deakyne.

Fox Prairie Golf Course is a mature, traditional style course with 27 championship holes and is considered one of the top public facilities in Central Indiana. Built in 1970, the course includes a clubhouse, sandwich shop, fully stocked pro shop, practice green and driving range. Greens fees for a round of 18 holes start at $20 on weekdays and $34 on weekends and holidays. Special rates are available, including a weekday and evening weekend round with cart and twilight rate after 5:30 p.m.

Built in 1927, Forest Park Golf Course is Hamilton County’s oldest golf course. The nine-hole course features postage stamp greens, manicured fairways and challenging elevated tees and greens. The golf course is free of water hazards, which makes it enjoyable and playable for novice golfers, but its green contours make it a challenge for advanced players as well. All greens fees at Forest Park include carts and start at $14 for a round of nine holes on weekdays and $15 on weekends and holidays.

Season passes can be purchased for both courses and new member season passes start at $1,000 for Noblesville residents and $1,080 for non-residents. A 12-round punch pass also is available for those who pay up front for 10 rounds.

For more information or to book a tee time, call (317) 776-6357 for Fox Prairie and (317) 773-2881 for Forest Park. Tee times may be made online for either course at