Course & History

Cross Creek Golf Club is located on the West side of Decatur, IN off of Highway 224 (Nuttman Avenue). Cross Creek has a rich tradition in Adams County, and any golfer (beginner or experienced) will admire the sweeping fairways and plush greens. The full 27 holes give the Club a mature, finished layout.

Our Majorki 9 course (2450 yards, par 33) is an easier walk, with subtle challenges and beauty. These nine holes feature four par 3s, four par 4s and one par 5.

The championship Biggs Kreigh 18 course (6,170 yards, par 71) winds through an upscale residential area with rolling terrain, beautiful water view sand picturesque views. The Biggs Kreigh has a throwback early European golf course design wherein nine holes out followed by nine holes in are played, meaning no “turn” at the club house.

As a public course, we cater to a combination of membership and daily green fees. We specialize in group functions and company outings. We also support a variety of leagues and tournaments for men, women, couples, juniors, seniors, and nine-hole groups.

Cross Creek Golf Club Across the Years

  • 1947-48: Decatur Golf Club (9 holes) opens after being designed by Robert Bruce Harris.
  • 1950: Don MacLean is the owner and Virgil Hopkins is the greens keeper
  • Early 1950s: Chick Monroe had become the owner.
  • Ballpark 1952-1953: Chick Monroe hired Luke Majorki to manage the course.
  • 1954: Chick leased the course to Luke & Nancy Majorki (~2 years).
  • 1956: Luke & Nancy bought the course from Chick. They owned the course for 22 years.
  • 1978: Steve Kreigh & Ed Kohne bought the course from Luke.
  • Beginning in 1978: Jim Reinking was Course Pro / Superintendent for Steve.
  • 1980: Ralph Biggs bought into course ownership.
  • 1990: George D. Young, Ball State University Professor, designed the second nine.
  • 2005: Terry Laurent bought into the course and became Golf Operations Superintendent, departing end 2018.
  • Early 2000s: Plans to expand the course to 27 holes were made with work done by Schrock Construction of Fort Wayne, IN, along with designer, Mark Slater.
  • 2019: after years of planning, development and construction the current 27 hole layout, comprised of the Biggs Kreigh 18 hole course and the Makorki 9 hole course were opened in September