The CoursesCanterbury Green Golf Course offers an executive par 59 golf course. With 13 par 3’s and 5 par 4’s, the golf course is appropriately challenging yet playable for golfers of any skill level. The course is comfortably walkable; however, they do offer golf cart rentals for your time on the course. Canterbury Green also announced their proud involvement with the PGA of America to provide golfers with access to the “experts in the business and game of golf.” Donald Ross Golf Club. Initially, the Donald Ross Golf Club was built in 1927 by its namesake and was a 9-hole course only. Then, in the ’70s, an additional nine was added to make it a regulation 18-hole course. The one and only Donald Ross transformed the American sports landscape in the first half of the century. Over 100 U.S. national championships have been played on his designs, and Fort Wayne is proud to have their very own course that was designed by the golf legend himself. Cherry Hill Golf Club. Cherry Hill Golf Club is a must-stop during your Fairway Drives Road Trip. The beautiful scenery, combined with bent grass tees, fairways, and greens, provide golfers with the perfect, tranquil setting. This par 72 layout winds itself through one of Fort Wayne’s most exclusive neighborhoods.
The AttractionsFort Wayne Museum of Art. Here you will find exhibitions of American fine and decorative art, including exhibitions exploring the cross-cultural connections between artworks and artists from diverse ethnic and national backgrounds. Are you road tripping with little ones who like to craft? Children will love diving into the Early Learning Center, a hands-on learning environment, as well as the Print and Drawing Center. Don’t forget to stop into the Paradigm Gallery shop where you will find original art and fine crafts of over 75 regional and national artists. Riverfront Fort Wayne’s Promenade Park. This park, a new Midwest destination located in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne, features many interactive elements including a treetop canopy trail that stretches 560 feet from the historic Wells Street Bridge to the Harrison Street Bridge, offering a treetop view of the park, the river, and the scenic Fort Wayne skyline. In addition, visitors will find 4.2 amazing acres of fun, including an accessible playground, interactive water features, amphitheater, dining garden with an on-site restaurant, ping pong, foosball and cornhole tables, kayaking and boat rides.
The EatsHoppy Gnome and Gnometown Brewing, focuses on using fresh ingredients in their kitchen as they create specialty tacos and other popular dishes. Their menu is always revolving around seafood, steak, and vegetarian options. This welcoming atmosphere is the perfect place to sip on a cold beer and relax after a long day out on the course. Ziffles Rib Bar for a lovely evening meal after a day full of fun in Fort Wayne. Ziffles is a family-owned, local favorite, and has been voted Fort Wayne’s best BBQ for 15 years straight! You will enjoy hand-cut fries, made from scratch pizzas, their delicious BBQ, $1 draft beers, and much more.
Overnight StayIndiana Fairway Drive to Fort Wayne and stay at the Hilton Fort Wayne at the Grant Wayne Center.
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