Sports fans have long been flocking to Indiana thanks to its basketball, football and motorsports scenes, and Indiana golf holidays are increasingly popular.
The capital city Indianapolis provides quality golf courses such as at Purgatory Golf Club which claims to be The longest non-mountain par 72 in the world, if played from the back tees. Golfers face the challenge of over 120 bunkers on the course, hence the clubs name Purgatory. Although best suited for the experienced high handicap or scratch golfer, Purgatory will reward proper club selection and the ability to get out of the sand!
Bordered by Illinois, Michigan and Ohio, Indiana also has a great choice of museums, including the Indy 500 Museum where you can pander to your inner speed demon by taking a spin around the infamous speedway.
With over 1,000 lakes plus extensive marshlands, prairies, sand dunes, and rivers, Indiana boasts much beautiful, if somewhat bleak, natural beauty. It has a humid continental climate with cold winters (temperatures fall as low as -10C in the far north) and hot summers (the highest recorded temperature is 47C).
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