This 18-hole golf course was designed by acclaimed course architect Arthur Hills. The course offers elevated trees, rolling fairways and seven (7) lakes.
Cog Hill is a privately owned, public golf complex located 30 miles southwest of Chicago. This facility includes four regulation 18-hole golf courses, a driving range/learning center, golf shops, restaurant, patio, and a 280 seat banquet facility.
458 acres of peaceful green await you at the Harborside Golf Course located sixteen minutes from downtown Chicago. This state of the art, public golfing facility includes two (2) par 72 championship golf courses with amenities like that of a private club.
This historic 18-hole golf course is the pride of the Chicago Park District. Mature hardwood trees protect the fairways and greens putting emphasis on accurate shots. Par 5’s reaching 560 yards and par 3’s extending to 200 yards require golfers to utilize every club in the bag. The renovated Cecil A. Partee Clubhouse now makes Jackson Park the perfect location for your golf outing.
Newest among the Chicago Park District courses, this 2,339 yard, par 33 layout was designed by the renowned Dick Nugent. Although short in distance, this beautiful course with immaculate greens and well bunkered fairways presents a great challenge to even the most seasoned player. Robert A. Black is a great choice for all skill levels and is ideal for group outings and golf leagues.
South Shore Golf Course is the best kept secret in the Chicago metropolitan area. A former private club, this 2,720 yard, par 33 course offers beautiful panoramic views of Lake Michigan along with tree lined fairways and small greens. Complete with on site banquet facilities, South Shore is an outstanding selection for golf outings.
Sydney R. Marovitz ranks among the most challenging of the Chicago Park District courses with its tight greens, numerous bunkers and championship length. After teeing off on the first hole running parallel to Lake Michigan, you immediately realize that this 3,240 yard, par 36 course is a real treat. Marovitz is a definite stop on your Chicago golf tour.
The mission of the First Tee of Chicago is to impact the lives of young people by funding and operating affordable and accessible golf facilities. The mission covers more than simply teaching kids how to play golf. The curriculum also features a strong Life Skills component, which includes community and mentoring opportunities.
The Green at Grant Park is an 18-hole garden putting course designed to maintain the traditions and integrity of the game of golf. It is their mission to enlist an appreciation of world-class golf in everyone from seasoned players to recreational golfers. They are known for helping to facilitate programs centered on teaching children who might not ordinarily gain exposure to the game.
This beautiful upscale 18-hole, par 72 course is located only 18 miles from Chicago's Loop.