Rock Hollow Golf Club was the perfect reclamation project for Rock Industries, Inc., an aggregate manufacturing company located in Peru, Indiana. Laid out over 300 acres of a mined-out gravel pit, Rock Hollow Golf Club has become one of the premier public tracks not only in Indiana but also throughout the Midwest. Designed by Indianapolis native Tim Liddy, protégé of world-renowned golf course architect Pete Dye, Rock Hollow boasts a terrain like none other in the Hoosier State.
Taking full advantage of its natural surroundings, Rock Hollow mixes old-growth forests, cattailed wetlands, beautiful boulders and rocks, and changes in elevation to produce dramatic scenery. Measuring 6944 yards from the tips, Rock Hollow not only caters to the scratch golfer but with three other sets of tees, it also provides an enjoyable round for golfers of any skill level.