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Built atop Peabody Coal Company's long-abandoned Victoria strip mine in southern Indiana, Victoria National was a simple routing for Tom Fazio.


“I see a hundred great golf holes, the challenge will be to pick eighteen,” said Fazio. He followed the corridors (the perfect width for fairways) that existed between mining spoil mounds (long since overgrown with trees) and some 40 acres of fingery lagoons that had formed as steam shovels carving out coal deposits hit the water table. The result encompasses 418 acres of bentgrass tees, fairways, and greens.


Hole 1

Darlington

290

Ayrshire

338

Chinook

390

Tecumseh

406

Victorian

432

Par 
(Men/Ladies)

4/4 

Handicap
(Men/Ladies)

 13/5



A wonderful Par 4 start-up hole that introduces the player to a “unique and totally satisfying golfing experience.” The tee shot is very forgiving. With a steady decline, the hole plays much shorter than the actual yardage. A mid-iron is usually the play on the second shot into a difficult green. Two bunkers guarding the right side of the green make the left center approach a common play. 

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