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John Schwarb

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Destination Hotels: West Baden Springs

Trade birdies for the breathtaking golf-course vistas two hours south of Indy.

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Speed Read: Best Pit Stop Ever

Unless you’re a member of the Hulman-George family, an Indy 500 winner, or—now—the holder of a new, top-level $1,000 membership at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum, you’re never getting into “the basement.” We did. Here’s what we found.

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Which Public Pete Dye Course Is for You?

Which public-access course on Indiana’s Pete Dye Golf Trail suits you best?

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Pete Dye’s Missing Link

Chatham Hills is the latest Pete Dye masterpiece. Oddly, three local courses all claim to be the first.

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Golf’s Last Great Architect

Indiana’s golf scene doesn’t have Michigan’s 800-plus courses, Chicago’s history as a tournament site, or the cachet of Florida, California, and Arizona. But we have something those places don’t: Pete Dye.

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Traveler: Chasing Big-Name Golf in Orlando

More than 170 golf courses and 20 golf academies are in fierce competition for you (and your money).

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Angie Hicks: The Woman Behind Angie's List

With her understated demeanor, Hicks’ approach is a far cry from the styles of other top businesswomen—Oprah, Martha—who market themselves by their first names.

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Tony Stewart Is Wheeling and Dealing

He passed Dale Earnhardt Jr. in merchandise sales—a remarkable feat considering Earnhardt’s legacy and loyal spectators.

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When We Build It, Will They Come?

The Indianapolis Colts, a winning team on the field, would not be financially viable in the modern NFL if they had to spend another two decades in the Hoosier Dome.

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