Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex
Stay and Play Packages
Experience Indiana Golf at its best with the challenge and beauty of five championship style golf courses, all in one place. Lafayette-West Lafayette is Indiana’s leader in golf stay and play offerings. Partner courses include the Ackerman-Allen and Kampen Courses at the Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex. Both of these courses are a Pete Dye design, with the Ackerman-Allen being completed by Pete Dye in 2016. Although these courses are just across the street from each other, Pete Dye designed them to feel as if you traveled from one continent to another with their unique designs! Lafayette-West Lafayette is also home to a famed Hale Irwin designed course, Coyote Crossing Golf Club, that is a favorite to out-of-town visitors as one of most enjoyable courses you will ever play! Battle Ground Golf Club and Harrison Hills Golf and Country Club offer rolling hills, spectacular views and championship layouts that will leave any adventurous golfer satisfied.
Visitors to Lafayette-West Lafayette are hosted during their stay at award-winning Hilton, Marriott and IHG brand hotels. Partner hotels are full-service hotels that offer everything from free breakfast, indoor pools and shuttle services. You will be treated by the friendliest and most accommodating staff in the industry…. big city amenities with warm, small town hospitality.
Purdue University offers a unique golf experience in the Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex.
The Ackerman-Allen Course, a Pete Dye design, is an 18-hole, parkland-style, par-72 championship golf course featuring large bent-grass greens, fairways and tees. The layout presents a challenge for golfers of all abilities with rolling hills, tree-lined fairways, white sand bunkers, and minimal water hazards. Ackerman-Allen offers five sets of tees with the championship tees playing over 7,500 yards and the forward tees playing at 5,300 yards.
The Kampen Course, a Pete Dye design, is an 18-hole, links-style, par-72 championship golf course featuring large bent-grass greens, fairways and tees. The layout presents a challenge for golfers of all abilities with vast sand bunkers, native grasslands, ponds and a natural celery bog. Kampen offers five sets of tees with the championship tees playing over 7,400 yards and the forward tees playing at 5,300 yards.
Kampen is rated one of the top collegiate courses in the nation and has been awarded 4.5 stars on Golf Digest’s “Places to Play.” Kampen receives high marks as it is ranked as one of the most difficult golf courses in Indiana. The course has also played host to a number of prestigious collegiate and public tournaments such as the 2000 Men’s Big Ten Championship, the 2003 Women’s NCAA Championship, the 2004 Indiana Open, the 2005 Women’s Western Amateur, and the 2008 Men’s NCAA Championship. The course is named in honor of Emerson Kampen and his support of Purdue Athletics. Mr. Kampen’s statue overlooks the first tee.
Kampen Tee Statistics
|Main||Black – Men’s||7465||75.9||143|
|Main||Blue – Men’s||6874||73.3||139|
|Main||White – Men’s||6411||71.4||135|
|Main||Gold – Men’s||6067||69.7||131|
|Main||Gold – Women’s||6067||74.9||132|
|Main||Silver – Women’s||5260||70.1||121|
Ackerman-Allen Tee Statistics
|Main||Black – Men’s||7546||76.8||137|
|Main||Blue – Men’s||6838||73.2||128|
|Main||White – Men’s||6363||70.9||125|
|Main||Gold – Men’s||6003||69.2||121|
|Main||Silver – Men’s||5255||65.9||114|
|Main||Gold – Women’s||6003||74.8||128|
|Main||Silver – Women’s||5255||70.6||119|