Ackerman Hills is being enhanced for the overall playability and enjoyment of all players. The course will remain a parkland style with hills and trees while improving greens,... learn more >>
The 7th hole on the Kampen Course is a short par 4 with two fairways and a horseshoe green. Which fairway you choose to play might be determined by the tee and hole location... learn more >>
Your round on the Ackerman Hills golf course takes you on a memorable journey through the trees and hills around the campus of Purdue University. Reserve your tee time today! learn more >>
The second par 3 on the front nine of the Pete Dye designed Kampen Course is a great example of the influence Scottish links courses had on his designs. Find out more about... learn more >>
The Pete Dye Clubhouse is the center of the Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex offering not only refreshments such as cold beer in the snack shop, but also the best selection... learn more >>
Ever played a round of golf through a natural bog that was used to grow celery? Play the Kampen Course and you’ll find out how unique of an experience it can be. Need a... learn more >>
Host your next golf event at the Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex and let our professional staff handle all of the details while you take all the glory! learn more >>
As a person who calls Indiana home, I am very pleased to have had the opportunity to build one of the finest university courses in the country at Purdue.
On-Campus, Championship Golf Sets Purdue Apart:
The Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex is located on the campus of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. Featuring two 18-hole championship golf courses with a first-class golf training center, we invite you to enjoy the Purdue Golf Experience!
In 1961, not only did a talented Purdue University Men's golf team win the NCAA Men's Golf Championship, they did it here on their home course! And thus began a tradition of hosting elite golf tournaments. Purdue University's Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex hosted the 2008 NCAA Men's Championships and the 2003 NCAA Women's Championships on the Pete Dye designed Kampen Course. The best part is that when the top collegiate golfers in the country are not competing on the courses, they are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Have you ever played Pinehurst No. 2 or Torrey Pines? If so, you know the special feeling...continue >>