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Course Conditions Update - April 16th

It's mid-April and unfortunately we have snow on the ground again.  Looking at the weather forecast we should turn the corner and move into some more seasonable spring weather by the weekend.With that being said, we will need to restrict the golf course to walking only after all of the Read More

Master's Week

There are few things in the world of golf that are as sacred or traditional as the Master's Tournament. Every April, golf fans look forward to seeing their favorite players tee off in pursuit of the coveted green jacket.Typically for us in the Chicago area, Master's week also signals the start of Read More

Warm up for the season at our first spring event!

Cabin fever is a real thing and if you're anything like we are, we are ready for spring to arrive. We scheduled our first of many events this year a spring chili scramble. Click here to find out more information about the April 8th event. Be sure to continue checking our events calendar Read More

Course Conditions Update March 15th, 2018 - Carts Available Tomorrow!

With a decent run of dry and weather the golf course has finally started to dry out, which means starting on Friday, March 15th Golf Carts will be available for use for the first time this season!  The grounds crew mowed the greens at the end of last week, then rolled them today and they look Read More

Course Conditions Update March, 8th 2018

The snow is almost gone and we will be open for play again starting tomorrow morning, it's going to be chilly all weekend but the golf course will be open!We will be walking only through the weekend as the turf is not quite ready to handle golf cart traffic, but that is likely to change soon if it Read More

Course Conditions Update March 6th, 2018

Looks like we have a little early spring pause in the 2018 golf season, with snow on the ground the golf course will be closed for play on March 6th and 7th.  We will re-open as soon as conditions allow, hopefully before the weekend.  The course was starting to dry out and it looked like Read More

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