1050 W 52nd St,
Indianapolis, Indiana 46228-2465
A 9-hole course was established on the “up land” of what is now known as Coffin Golf Course. A shed near the farmhouse of the Mayers family served as the Clubhouse, (where the Iron Skillet Restaurant is now). Empty cans were inserted in the ground at each green and the farmers in the area were all commissioned to keep the land manicured when they were not busy with their own farm chores.
In 1908 Highland was allotted additional ground, expanding the course to 18 holes, joining Indianapolis Country and Riverside clubs making the only 18-hole courses in the city at that time.
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