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WWith over 370 courses in the Chicagoland area, youíre unlikely to run out of options when itís time to tee up. Though many think of the Midwest as a relatively flat area, the Great Lakes region actually offers some exciting terrain for championship golf. There are a number of beautiful courses along Lake Michigan, situated within a quick commute of Chicago. Considering Chicagoland golf courses are home to many well-known tournaments, world-class holes and modern clubhouse amenities, it is no wonder so many people travel to Chicago to enjoy a day on the links.

Golf in Chicagoland is great! Home to many well-known tournaments, world class holes and modern clubhouse amenities, it is no wonder so many people travel to Chicago to enjoy a day on the links.


"The best park district golf courses in the world!"

"This course is a hidden diamond. It offers an excellent challenge for all levels of golfers. The staff is excellent and the course is always in great shape."

"Unique. An executive course in the finest tradition. Extremely tight tree-lined fairways that place a premium on shot making, course management and iron control. Beautifully manicured with greens that are the best kept I have ever played on."

Golf Architects

Greg Nash and Billy Casper designed the famous Whisper Creek Golf Club in Huntley, Illinois. Other famous golf architects like Tom Fazio, Jack Nicklaus, Pete Dye, Rees Jones, Bob Cupp, Tom Weiskopf, Jay Moorish and Robert Trent Jones have left their mark on the Chicagoland golfing landscape as well. These masters of the greens are known for incorporating originality into the holes they create to produce a challenging yet enjoyable game.


Chicago hosts several well-known professional tournaments for both men and women. It also offers many highly competitive amateur tournaments that let recreational golfers show off their weekend warrior talents.

The PGA swings through Olympia Fields Country Club for the U.S. Open and visits Drubsdread in Lemont, Illinois for the Western Open. The LPGA plays Stonebridge Country Club in Aurora for the Kellogg-Keebler Classic and The Glen Club in Glenview for the LaSalle Bank Open.

Folks come to Chicago from all over for USGA, CDGA and Illinois State golf tournaments that feature various courses throughout the region. Among some of the local favorites are Drubsdread, Pine Meadow, Harborside International, Orchard Valley and Prairie Landing. But there are many other exciting courses to choose from, all of which are well worth the visit.