RDGC Course Record – 77 (White James – tKOV)

Bixler Course Record – 60 (Marty – tKOVI)

Formerly, the opening round of The Kendallville Open at Cobblestone is now the home of Moving Day.  Measuring 6,351 yards, this course should challenge all facets of your game.  The signature par 3 #12 and vulnerable finishing #18 will decide your fate going into the final round. Will you be playing for the Bixler? Or in the Trash Flight?

Glendarin Hills

RDGC Course Record – 80 (Robinson – tKOXII)

Bixler Course Record – 63 (Kevin – tKOVII, Chris – tKOVIII)

The final round and the scramble are both played at Glendarin Hills.   This resort course may be easy on the eyes, but don’t get caught up in the wedding at the clubhouse sure to be taking place as the championship is being decided on the 18th green. Nathan started the tradition of the champion’s dip back at Noble Hawk, but it’s been carried over  (with Glen’s approval) to Keith’s Lake.

Noble Hawk

RDGC Course Record – 72 (White James – tKOXI)

Bixler Course Record – 61 (Asian James – tKOIX, Kevin – tKOXI)

What originally was the home of the final round of the Kendallville Open, Noble Hawk is now the opener. When it was location of the final round, Noble Hawk’s closing stretch provided some of the finest drama in all of sports. For my money, #15 through #18 are still the best finishing holes in the game. Period.


Lodging and breakfast provided by

Best Western Kendallville Inn

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