If you’ve been out on the links-style grounds of Chariot Run lately, you’ve likely noticed the upgrade to the on-course transportation. All carts at Chariot Run include touchscreen Visage GPS capabilities which will vastly improve your golf experience throughout your round. Additionally, Chariot Run also acquired Tempo Walker buggies – complete with basic GPS – which will follow golfers who prefer to walk like a well-trained sheep dog.
Chariot Run’s award-winning track gives our players an Indiana golf experience unlike anything else and our friends at Golfweek have taken notice – for good reason.
Chariot Run Golf Club has a new Hoosier on the grounds after announcing the hiring of James Kittinger as the club’s new Head Golf Professional.
The health and safety of our staff and guests are the highest priority at Chariot Run. To that end, following the orders from Governor Holcomb and Harrison County officials, and out of an abundance of caution related to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Chariot Run has made the decision to extend the temporary closure through April 30.
Chariot Run Golf Club will have a familiar face maintaining the grounds, as home-grown product Brad Mercer was recently named superintendent. Mercer will be responsible for managing and maintaining the 254-acre property including day-to-day maintenance operations, course setup and aesthetic projects.