Lafayette-West Lafayette: Masters of Sports Tournaments

With its world-class golf courses and other sporting facilities, Lafayette-West Lafayette puts its competition to shame



Lafayette-West Lafayette offers a small-town feel with plenty of city-sized opportunities. Delectable restaurants, art galleries, museums, cool coffee shops, nightlife & entertainment, interesting architecture, unique shops, and festivals create a place full of vibrancy and charm. The scenic Wabash River, with walking and biking paths, connects these 2 great cities.

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“We hosted our National Collegiate Club Golf Association’s Championship at the Birck Boilermaker Complex. With over 300 golfers traveling from across the country to West Lafayette, the Kampen and Ackerman-Allen courses couldn’t have been in better shape for a great challenge. This was the second time the championship was hosted here and we will be sure to come back in the future.​”

— Matt Weinberger Director, Nextgengolf Operations

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Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex


Sports Covered: Golf

No where else can visitors enjoy the Purdue golf experience outside of the Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex. The complex features two 18-hole championship golf courses as well as a state-of-the-art training facility and driving range. The two courses, Ackerman-Allen and Kampen, each offer their own benefits and experience. Kampen has been rated one of the top collegiate courses in the nation and awarded 4.5 stars on Golf Digest’s “Places to Play”. The complex most recently hosted the PGA Canada Forme Tour in 2021, and has also held the 2008 NCAA Men’s Championship and the 2003 NCAA Women’s Championship.

Arrowhead Bowl


Sports Covered: Bowling

Mike Aulby’s Arrowhead Bowl, family-owned since 1989. This Family Entertainment Center offers 42 lanes of play and is ready to host your event, a charity fundraiser or a competitive tournament, like the Indiana State USBC Open Championships. You’ll even find a newly renovated arcade! Great food from the snack bar and a fully stocked bar for your adult beverage desires round out your experience at Mike Aulby’s Arrowhead Bowl.



Sports Covered: Golf

Award after award has proven Coyote Crossing Golf Club is second to none in Indiana, making it a serious consideration for any tournament. The stunning Hale Irwin designed parkland-style layout features unique topography that challenges golfers of every skill level. Along with the 18-hole championship course, Coyote Crossing features everything one might expect from a first-class golf club: a fully stocked pro shop, a driving range, short game area and putting green, as well as a scenic clubhouse with veranda, banquet room, restaurant, and full bar for a memorable experience.

Loeb Stadium


Sports Covered: Baseball, Soccer, Lacrosse, Softball, Cornhole, Kickball, Quidditch, Rugby, Ultimate Frisbee

Dedicated in March 2021, the new Loeb Stadium has many new, exciting state-of-the-art features. The field was rotated 180 degrees so that home plate is now located near the corner of Main Street and Wallace Avenue. This multi-use stadium features two concession areas, a large multi-purpose concourse, and ample retail and office space. With the combined lawn and stadium seating, Loeb Stadium features a seating capacity of approximately 2,600. Home to both the Aviators and Lafayette Jefferson High School, the stadium features 1,910 fixed lower level seats, 76 concourse table seats, two party deck areas (500 square feet each), three indoor suites that feature 28 seats, 32 seats and 18 seats, respectively, a video scoreboard, and much more.

Schwartz Tennis Center


Sports Covered: Tennis

Home to both Purdue’s men’s and women’s varsity tennis teams, Schwartz Tennis Center is Purdue University’s first indoor tennis center. The six indoor Basham Courts and 12 outdoor Schwartz Family Courts are available to the public. Six outdoor courts were added to the original six varsity courts in the fall of 2010 to broaden the facility’s ability to hold large tournaments and groups. The 60,000-square-foot facility includes locker rooms for the teams, offices for administrative staff and coaches, an athletic training room, and seating areas for fans on the mezzanine above the courts. A pro shop, located in the lobby, is staffed with knowledgeable people ready to help you with your tennis needs.

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