Just played a course today that is definitely one of the best I've ever seen so far---in my top 5 for sure. It just opened this year in Carmel, just on the outskirts of Indianapolis. It's called Hazel Landing. Not much elevation change (not much up here does,) but pretty much everything else. One hole runs along a river about 370 to the pin; water the entire right side, fairway only about 25 or 30 feet wide the whole way, basket sits on a ridge only about 12 feet from a drop-off to the water. Several of the holes are wooded and the ones that are "open" have either a Buffalo Trace-like low ceiling or weedy rough on either side; none of the fairways are much more than 40' wide. A lot of it was reminiscent of a flatter, narrower Patoka Lake. Can't imagine it won't be one of the top-rated courses in Indiana when it's better discovered.