INDIANA, (WLFI) — The Indiana Office of Tourism Development is helping Hoosiers find things to do while the COVID-19 pandemic continues. They've released their 2020 list of locations that involve outdoor activities. One spot on the list is dedicated to the Pete Dye Golf Trail.
It's a collection of golf courses throughout the state designed by the late Paul Dye Junior, who is also known as Pete Dye. Two of them sit right next to Purdue's campus on Cherry Lane. Noelle Szydlyk, Director of Planning and Development, says it's important for people to get out into nature during the pandemic.
"It's something you could do alone or in a small group of people, especially your family. We've seen a lot more people pick up the game amidst what's going on right now. And giving people an opportunity to just get out in nature and see obviously some of the beautiful landscapes that we have around the state."
Noelle Szydlyk, Director of Planning and Development at Indiana Office of Tourism Development. Noelle encourages anyone who is interested to call the courses before showing up. While they are open, their regular hours may currently be modified.
You can find the full list here: https://visitindiana.com/blog/index.php/2020/06/02/2020-outdoor-adventure-in-indiana/