Holiday Hours at Heartland Crossing
December 14-15: 11:00 AM until 5:00 PM
December 16-23: 12:00 PM until 6:00 PM
Christmas Eve: 11:00 AM until 4:00 PM
Closed Christmas Day!
December 26-31: 12:00 PM until 6:00 PM
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Play-All-Day Every Monday & Wednesday!
Unlimited Holes before 1:00 PM – $45
Unlimited Holes after 1:00 PM – $35
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⛳️PLAY FOR JUST $27 EVERY WEEKDAY FROM 12 – 2 PM! ⛳️
That’s Right! Play 18 holes with cart for just $27 every Monday – Friday from noon to 2:00 PM.
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We wanted to make everyone aware that our 2020 Membership rates have been posted under the “Membership” section of our website. If you are not a member and join today, you can play all of 2020 and the remaining time in 2019 on that membership. Included in your 2020 membership is unlimited cart and green fees, course bag tag, hat, handicap service, 20% off rack rate for any guest, 20% off event room rental, 10% off full price golf shop merchandise, reduced rate to join the men’s club/ladies club, and locker room facilities. 2020 would be a great time to join The Links at Heartland Crossing with all the changes and improvements in place. If you have not played this year and are interested in joining, contact our Head Golf Professional Ryan Maier for details and to schedule a tee time to check out the course for yourself!
TLHC Management Team
A significant responsibility all players have is to practice good course care and etiquette. We are asking for your help! Here is a list of 5 things that will help Heartland Crossing continue down the path of improvement:
– Fix your ball mark PLUS one on greens
– Replace or fill your divot. Sand bottles and sand buckets are provided in key areas for convenience.
– Pick up your tee after each hole, utilizing the provided cups for broken tees
– Keep carts on the paths when you’re near tees, greens, and for the duration of play on all par 3’s
– Rake your track when exiting bunkers. We agree that bunkers are not great, need lots of work, and more rakes. However, the practice of raking foot tracks and the spot you played from, will make the bunkers better for those playing behind you.
It’s understandable that when the course was in poor condition, it was difficult to care about these 5 player responsibilities. I’m certain I would have not have made them a routine while I played. It’s time to change that culture. Please help us present a good course for all that play, as this will enable us to entice new members, players, corporate groups, outings and so on. Your extra effort may very well be the determining factor in this clubs future.
Thank you for your time and support!
Golf Course Superintendent
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I’m Brad Allen, the new Golf Course Superintendent of The Links at Heartland Crossing! I’m very excited to be here and I am looking forward to great improvements throughout the facility over the next several seasons.
I’m originally from Danville IN. I received my turfgrass degree from Penn State University. I’m happily married to my wife Karly and we have twin boys, Logan and Carter, that are 3 1/2. This is my 12th year as a Superintendent and my 21st year working on a golf course.
When I look around TLHC I can see the years of neglect slowly melting away which will lead to a facility we can once again brag about. IT WILL TAKE TIME! Simply, our first year we will be focused on getting grass back, repairing the irrigation system, and fixing equipment we inherited that was seriously neglected. Our turf recovery plan focuses on thatch removal in greens and collars with aerification and topdressing, sodding or seeding dead spots, and keeping turf healthy.
We will be addressing bunkers, drainage, weeds, and course details as we go along during the season and into next year. However, we must have good turf before anything else.
We will be sending out updates, pictures, and progress reports as we go along. I look forward to meeting everyone and if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to reach out to me or stop me on the course.
Thank you for your support and patience in this process!