The 8th at the Donald Ross Course is one of the most talked about holes in Indiana golf. Hole 8 is a perfect 90 degree dogleg. The ideal tee shot is to the right edge of the fairway bunker. 230 yards in that direction gets you in perfect position to cross the deep ravine to the green. The green slopes 9 and a half feet from back to front. Stay short of the pin on the approach or face many putts.