About Us

About Us

Jack Hart - Arbor Trace Golf Club - Owner & Manager

Arbor Trace Golf Club is located in Grant County just North of Marion, Indiana on 550 North, just off State Road 9. Established in 1966 as Hart Golf Course, it offically became Arbor Trace Golf Club in the year 2000. The club is owned and operated by Jack Hart who has spent countless hours enhancing the beauty and challenge of the course. Arbor Trace is a member of the Indiana Golf Association and is a large sponsor of the surrounding community. In 2004 a fourth set of tees were added and a new layout on the back nine was complete with the opening of a new hole. Arbor Trace has again expanded its facilities in 2005 by opening a new practice facility, including a driving range, a practice putting green, and a chipping green with a practice sand bunker. Arbor Trace offers four sets of tees from 4,700 to 6,700 yards for every skill level, a double-sided practice range with one end featuring bent grass, 130 yard short game practice area, a practice chipping green, two practice putting greens, golf carts with GPS, Spryte golf flag reflectors, along with the BEST coney dogs in town!

You are invited to discover Grant County and Arbor Trace Golf Club, voted "Greatest golf course" by Grant County's 2007, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016 Readers' Choice Awards by the Chronicle-Tribune. And is included in the 2008-2009 edition of Golf Digest's Best Places to Play!

We provide a fully stocked golf shop featuring Titleist, Taylor Made, Ping, and Callaway clubs and merchandise. Head Professional Doug Piper offers lessons as well as Titleist custom club fitting. We host the Insurance Management Tuesday Morning Scramble and the Raymond James Senior League open to any senior. Arbor Trace is home to the Indiana Wesleyan University Women’s golf team along with the Oak Hill and Eastbrook High School golf teams. Whether your group is small or large, we provide a fun, and stress-free experience for holding your fundraiser, family reunion, business/corporate outing, or whatever the occasion might be. Arbor Trace also serves as the 5th stop on the Grant County Garfield Trail, with its wooden carving of "Duffer Garfield" located inside the clubhouse.