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Balmoral Woods Country Club

26732 S Balmoral Woods Dr, Crete, IL 60417 708-672-7448

Description: CRETE. An excellent design and unique variety of holes await golfers at this wonderful course. From fairways varying in width to scattered water hazards and bunkers, each hole is distinctively different. Creative shot making will prove to be a plus at the challenging Balmoral Woods.
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Beverly Country Club

8700 S Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60620 708-636-8700

Description: MIDWAY. Tight fairways with overhanging trees make getting off the tee vital to scoring well on this challenging Donald Ross course. Rolling fairways result in uneven lies for approach shots to small, very quick greens. Guarded by a number of bunkers, greens can mean trouble. With the majority of greens sloping away, stopping the ball on the green can prove to be a task.
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Butler National Golf Club

2616 York Rd, Oak Brook, IL 60523 630-990-3333

Description: OAK BROOK. Measuring over 7300 yards from the tips, this immaculate course is long and demanding. Avoiding the creek that winds through the course is the first step toward a good round. Although it's a fairly flat course, firm, fast greens will test you. With a number of bunkers scattered about, trouble can be found just about everywhere. Butler National is the former site of the PGA Tour's Western Open, and the exclusive course can challenge the best.
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Cantigny Golf

27 W 270 Mack Rd, Wheaton, IL 60187 630-260-8197

Description: WHEATON. With two distinctly different nines, this course's beauty and its surroundings are out of this world. Exquisite landscaping sets the scene for a course that features a significant amount of water. Wide fairways on one nine and narrow, tree-lined fairways on the other make adapting to different layouts a must. The course has a unique history and even features a bunker in the shape of Dick Tracy.
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Chicago Golf Club

25W253 Warrenville Rd, Wheaton, IL 60189 630-665-2988

Description: WHEATON. This outstanding course has a wide-open layout resembling old links-style courses. Fairways are lined by a wispy rough that hinders approach shots and makes scoring even more difficult. In addition, a number of bunkers line fairways and guard greens, making shot accuracy a valued skill at this exclusive course.
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Conway Farms Golf Club

405 S Conway Farms Rd, Lake Forest, IL 60045 847-234-7160

Description: LAKE FOREST. Occupying the grounds of an old dairy farm, this relatively young Fazio course has already hosted several significant amateur championships. Scattered trouble spots and a number of hazards make Conway Farms quite a challenge, and walking is required on the extremely exclusive course.
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Harborside International Golf Center - Portside Course

11001 S Doty Ave E, Chicago, IL 60628 312-782-7837

Description: SOUTH SIDE. Dick Nugent's masterful vision and design transformed an old landfill into this championship, links-style course. Absent of mature trees and other native foliage, the "man-made" terrain features elevation changes, wispy rough, mounds, and deep bunkers. Poorly played approach shots can result in long putts on the large greens.
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Heritage Bluffs Public Golf Club

24355 W Bluff Rd, Channahon, IL 60410 815-467-7888

Description: CHANNAHON. This lengthy course can play longer because of its rolling hills. Mounded fairways and up-hill approaches make for some blind shots during the round. Fairways are guarded by a combination of trees, mounds, and marsh, so the straighter the shot the better. The terrain also comes into play on well-mounded greens.
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Hilldale Golf Club

1655 Ardwick Dr, Hoffman Estates, IL 60195 847-310-1100

Description: HOFFMAN ESTATES. This popular golf course, designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., is located just a few miles northwest of downtown Chicago. In past years, Hilldale has hosted qualifying rounds for the Western Open, a testament to the course's 130-point slope. Expect the narrow, tree-lined fairways and fast greens to offer up sufficient challenges to even the most seasoned golfers. Have care! Of the course's 18 holes, 13 taunt golfers with water hazards.
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Kemper Lakes Golf Club

24000 N Old McHenry Rd, Kildeer, IL 60047 847-320-3450

Description: KILDEER. At first glance, its flat fairways seem harmless, but on the tee, golfers notice a tight tree line and a number of hazards. With a substantial amount of strategically placed water hazards and bunkers, this course obligates you to hit the driver long and straight on the lengthy course. Kemper Lakes is the site of several major championships, and this private course has a proven track record of being a challenge to all.
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Medinah Country Club ­ Course #3

6N001 Medinah Rd, Medinah, IL 60157 630-773-1700

Description: Medinah has hosted over 12 major championships, including the 2012 Ryder Cup, this course is in a league all its own. Brutally long, it features narrow fairways with rather large but extremely fast greens. Undulating terrain and a number of water hazards require accurate shot placement.
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Merit Club

1500 Merit Club Ln, Libertyville, IL 60048 847-918-8800

Description: LIBERTYVILLE. This beautiful course, built on rolling terrain, features wide fairways and large greens. Thick prairie grass and wildflower-covered hills border immaculate fairways. Accurate club selection is important to avoid long, difficult putts on speedy greens. In addition, a variety of hazards makes dangerous shots possible.
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North Shore Country Club

1340 Glenview Rd, Glenview, IL 60025 847-729-1200

Description: GLENVIEW. Though typically overshadowed by some of the area's more well-noted courses, this demanding course packs a punch. Winding through a densely wooded area, most of this course demands accuracy off the tee and caution on approach shots. Greens are typically firm, increasing the difficulty of stopping approach shots near the hole. With a number of large bunkers, the course demands an impressive short game to help salvage a good round.
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Olympia Fields Country Club ­ North Course

2800 Country Club Dr, Olympia Fields, IL 60461 708-748-0495

Description: OLYMPIA FIELDS. While fairness can be found in the width of these fairways, the rough will prove to be severe for errant shots. Large, gaping bunkers that are difficult to play out of surround several fairways and most of the greens. The open nature of this course increases the difficulty level on windy days. Only carefully placed approach shots will leave you a good chance to score on the small, gently sloping greens of this private course.
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Orchard Valley Golf Course

2411 W Illinois Ave, Aurora, IL 60506 630-907-0500

Description: AURORA. With medium-length holes, length is not typically a problem on this demanding course, which ranks as one of Chicagoland's best. However, thick rough lines the fairways, and a number of water hazards guard the greens. If approach shots miss undulating greens and stay dry, there's a good chance that they will find one of the yawning bunkers. Accurate approach shots typically lead to a good round.
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Shoreacres

1601 Shoreacres Rd, Lake Bluff, IL 60044 847-234-1470

Description: LAKE BLUFF. The challenges faced on this demanding course are unlike any others in the area. Golfers of all skill levels are tested when having to play shots alongside and across the treacherous hazards, which include gullies and ravines slicing through the terrain. Narrow fairways lead into over-sized greens that are exceptionally speedy. A significant number of bunkers protect the greens, adding to the overall challenge.
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Skokie Country Club

500 Washington Ave, Glencoe, IL 60022 847-835-0600

Description: GLENCOE. Designed by legendary golf course architect Donald Ross, this classic course is characterized by tree-lined fairways and difficult greens. The rolling hills of the natural terrain come into play, which makes for uneven lies and tough approach shots to exceedingly fast greens. Skokie Country Club is truly one of the best around and has hosted several PGA Tour events and the US Open.
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