CARMEL, Ind. (AP) — The foundation that owns the suburban Indianapolis estate of the late billionaire Melvin Simon is opening up its golf courses to the public for a limited time.
The Great American Songbook Foundation says the two courses on the 107-acre Asherwood estate in Carmel will open through Nov. 4 as a fundraiser for the group. Tee times will be available in half-day or full-day packages starting at $1,500 per foursome.
PHOTOS | Inside the Simon estate in Carmel
Bren Simon donated the estate she owned with her husband, who was a co-founder of the shopping mall company Simon Property Group and co-owner of the Indiana Pacers.
The Carmel-based foundation founded by musician Michael Feinstein is dedicated to 20th-century American music history. It hopes to open a museum.
MORE TOP STORIES | Indy couple describes terrifying moments during home invasion | Family members looking for Indianapolis man who disappeared leaving cat & car behind | Indiana man pistol-whipped over Bruno Mars song | U.S. Army vet faces collection agency over kids' lunch money he can't pay | Woman told she makes too much money to live in Carmel
Top Trending Videos