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French Lick, IN




Tried of all those lessons that don’t work. Well now is your chance to spend 2-3-5 days with one of the country’s hottest award winning instructors, Mitchell A. Crum. Mitch has been teaching for 20 years, all over the world. President of the World PGTCA, Mitch will make you a better player and teach you the fundamentals of improvement learning, from the putting to the driver.
This summer at French Lick he is back for a limited time for private and group VIP golf schools.



French Lick Resort recently completed a $500 million historic restoration and expansion. In addition to the restoration—including 686 guest rooms, a new conference and event center, retail shops, golf courses and public areas—we are proud to announce the addition of the French Lick Casino. And, with the reopening of the luxurious West Baden Springs Hotel, French Lick Resort is a premier resort destination.



Every element at French Lick Resort provides guests with an experience that reflects our legacy of excellence. Luxurious accommodations, pampering spa treatments, exhilarating Pete Dye-designed golf and state-of-the-art conference and event facilities make French Lick Resort the ultimate getaway.



Catch the excitement. The casino at French Lick Resort is a 51,000 square foot Vegas-style gaming facility all on one floor with soaring 27-foot ceilings. A newly expanded non-smoking gaming area offers the latest state-of-the-art slot machines and live-action blackjack, roulette and craps tables.

The overall design, which compliments the resort’s historic lobby, is of the Beaux Arts architectural style, an eclectic Neoclassical style known for its grandiosity and ornate masonry work.






    • Most Underrated Golf Resort in Midwest, Travel & Leisure Golf Magazine, 2007

    • Excellent Rating, Zagat Survey Guide to America’s Top Golf Courses,2007/2008

    • Best Courses You Can Play, Golfweek Magazine, 2008 (The Donald Ross Course)

    • #1 Value among courses in Indiana and Kentucky, GOLF Magazine, 2007 (The Donald Ross Course)

    • Runner Up: 2007 Renovation of the Year, GOLF Magazine, 2007 (The Donald Ross Course)

    • Runner Up: Best Remodel in America, Golf Digest Magazine, 2007 (The Donald Ross Course)

    • “18 Best Holes in Indiana,” Indiana Business Magazine, 2008 (The Donald Ross Course)

  • America’s Top 30 Casino Courses, Golfweek Magazine, 2008 (The Donald Ross Course)


A golf enthusiast’s paradise.

Few things get the blood pumping like the mention of Donald Ross, Pete Dye and Tom Bendelow in the same sentence. Nowhere else in the world can a golfer play courses designed by each of these noted and prolific designers at one resort destination.


Selected as the site for the 2010 PGA Professionals National Championship, The Pete Dye Course has been carved into the hillsides to create a unique and scenic golf experience.

World-renowned golf course designer Pete Dye, often called the “Greatest Modern Day Architect,” sketched his early vision for a special sort of golf course in French Lick on a napkin at a local restaurant.

His vision is now being etched into the hilltops near West Baden Springs Hotel, and in 2009 the 18-hole Pete Dye Course at French Lick will open as one of the premier championship courses in the Midwest.

Having built courses all over the world including great coastal sites, this course arguably could be considered Dye’s best inland site offering golfers 30-mile panoramic views of the countryside in all directions.

Selected as the site for the 2010 PGA Professionals National Championship, the Pete Dye Course is being carved into the hillsides. Dye aims for this to be a “walkable” course, but golfers are sure to feel Dye’s signature sting as they tee off from vista to vista on this 18-hole masterpiece.


With the course located in the rolling hills of French Lick, construction crews are clearing land, changing grades as much as 50 feet and strategically routing holes to effectively construct the course on this severe terrain.

Thomas Taggart’s turn-of-the-century mansion will serve as the course’s clubhouse and full service pro shop. Taggart was the famed owner of the French Lick Springs Hotel and Chairman of the National Democratic Party. The mansion is perched atop the area’s highest point at almost 1,000 feet above sea level.


Originally completed in 1917 by world-renowned architect Donald Ross, this legendary course has been home to many regional and national tournaments, including the 1924 PGA Championship. The course underwent an incredible transformation in collaboration with the Donald Ross Society.
Course Highlights

Course Highlights:

    • The return of 35 original bunkers featuring Ross’ trademark flat bottoms and deep, gnarly faces

    • Greens expanded to their original square or rectangular shapes – a size increase of 25%-30%.

    • Medal Tees. The course plays to 7,000 yards. The length coupled with the original Par 70 will test even the game’s best players.

    • Additional native area doubles the current native area to 60 acres, increasing the penalty for an errant shot

  • 7-foot-wide cart paths and extensive irrigation system


Swing. Love. Strike.


Dedicated golfers might look past a nine-hole golf course, but not when it is a conversion of the original 18-hole Tom Bendelow Valley Links adjacent to the French Lick Springs Hotel. Golfers are certain to take notice of the championship tee length of nearly 3,500 yards! The Valley Links gives golfers of all skill levels and ages a fun and challenging place to play in the hotel backyard.


Fun for the entire family.


French Lick Resort partnered with U.S. Kids Golf, the premier junior golf company in the country, to develop a Family Course program. The course is the second of its kind in Indiana. The course is for families wanting to enjoy a round of golf together without pressure or intimidation from other golfers. It’s designed specifically for kids and beginners by cutting the yardage in half. There are two sets of tee markers: level one measures 1,100 yards and the yellow tees measure 1,900 yards. The course also includes two par 3′s, five par 4′s and two par 5′s.
Course Highlights


    • 443 guest rooms and suites

    • Pool complex with indoor/outdoor pools and hot tub

    • Conference & Event Center

    • Championship-level golf courses

    • Spa, salon and fitness center

    • Casual and fine dining options

    • The Promenade Shoppes

    • Just for Adults & Just for Kids events

    • Riding stables

    • Historic tours

    • 24-hour Casino

    • Shuttle service to West Baden Springs Hotel, The Stables, and golf courses.

    • Pet friendly (advance notice required)

  • Valet and concierge services
























Loved everything about my stay

“During my stay at the hotel, I had every chance to enjoy myself at the hotel and at the casino. It was a treat for me to enjoy a very clean and elegant bedroom as well as a gorgeous bathroom. Plus, the staff was very helpful whenever I approached them for assistance. Overall, it was a great experience.” – Rina

Great hotel and casino

“Everything about the hotel oozed with fun and excitement, and the room itself was relaxing, comfortable, and very clean.” – Barney L.

We’ve got the games you want to play! From blackjack to slots, you’ll find all the action here, 24 hours a day. Grand Biloxi’s all-new casino floor brings you 800 slots and 35 table games – and we bring you ways to win beyond your wildest dreams. From the latest games to the best casino classics, there’s no shortage of action on our casino floor!

Casino Golf Schools is excited with the addition of 2″Time Teacher Of The Year”, Mitchell Crum and French Lick Springs Resort and Casino to it’s collection of world class PGA, LPGA and PGTCA Instructors and golf facilities. Mitchell Crum, a Master Class A member of the Professional Golf Teacher of America, is the Director of Instruction for Casino Golf Schools in French Lick. IN is has been teaching golf for over 25 years worldwide. Mitchell enjoys teaching all types of players and has had success with PGA Tour Players, LPGA Tour Players, Top Junior Golfers, and players of all levels. Students get ready for the golf vacation of your life.

Casino Golf Schools All Inclusive Rates

French Lick Resort & Casino – French Lick, IN
Packages 1 on 1 – Commuter
10% Off – 2 People
1 to 1 Ratio
2 to 1 Ratio
Quad Rate
4 to 1 Ratio
2 Day / 2 Night $1099.00 $1699.00 $1399.00 $1349.00
3 Day / 3 Night $1649.00 $2549.00 $2049.00 $1949.00
4 Day / 4 Night $2199.00 $3399.00 $2749.00 $2599.00
5 Day / 5 Night $2749.00 $4247.00 $3449.00 $3249.00
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