A vision to build a first class country club and golf course in the countryside North of Tuscaloosa, across the Black Warrior River, came to fruition in 1959. Grantland Rice II’s article from the February 17, 1957 Tuscaloosa News proves this vision stating, "the number five fairway was to be a landing strip for private planes." Rural then, Indian Hills Country Club is now the epicenter of Tuscaloosa, minutes from the University of Alabama, downtown, courthouse, shopping centers, and neighborhoods.
IHCC offers many amenities; golf, tennis, swimming, dining, fitness, banquets, receptions, etc. But the most important asset? Its members. From founding fathers to their grandchildren, generations share in 50 years of storied tradition being part of the "Indian Hills family." Family is what separates IHCC from other clubs.