The beautiful Honeywell Public Golf Course provides challenging and affordable golf for all. The front nine is a William Diddel design from the 1940s featuring longer, open holes to smaller, undulating greens. The back nine is a 1980s, Arthur Hills design, with shorter, narrower holes requiring more accuracy to the larger greens. This outstanding course recently underwent a bunker renovation project installing the Better Billy Bunkers. The course features four sets of tees measuring 5,021 yards from the front tees and 6,444 from the back.
The course is owned and operated by the Honeywell Public Golf Course Agency, an entity created through the joint efforts of the City of Wabash and The Honeywell Foundation. Managed by a seven member volunteer board of directors and its professional staff, the course provides a unique and memorable golfing experience, no matter what age or ability. Financial support of the golf course comes totally from daily operations and fundraising activities conducted throughout the year. The Honeywell Public Golf Course is not-for-profit, with donations tax deductible, and the giving is easy.
Honeywell Public Golf Course is to accomplish the following mission statements:
- Provide a well maintained and affordable public golf facility for the residents of Wabash and surrounding counties.
- Provide a compliment of quality services and programs to meet the ever changing demands of our golfing customers.
- Build a strong image within the community and the State of Indiana by offering a facility able to host quality tournaments accessible to all.