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French Lick Resort, Ind.

In the wake of a $500 million makeover, this southern Indiana landmark reigns as the golf-and-gaming midway of the Midwest. Along with a pair of restored hotels, two spas, and a sprawling new casino, the resort, famed for its mineral springs, offers two completely different golf venues. The Pete Dye Course, opened in 2009, is an 8,102-yard world-beater carved into hilltops high above Hoosier National Forest. Its polar opposite is the Donald Ross Course (1917), a classic design that hosted the 1924 PGA Championship and was recently restored to Ross’s original plans.

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