Bittersweet Golf Course Addtional Information & History

Bittersweet Golf Club: Considered by many to be the “hardest golf course on the North Shore,” Bittersweet Golf Club’s 18-hole championship public golf course is just a half hour from Chicago. The club features 6,754 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par 72. Designed by Robert M. Lohmann, ASGCA/Jack Porter/Steve Sidari, the Bittersweet golf course opened in 1996. The course rating is 72.8 with a slope rating of 130. Bittersweet maintains four sets of tees to suit all levels of play. Bent grass on all tees, greens and landing areas offer wonderful playability. Mature hardwoods, sedge meadow, flowers and wildlife help provide a memorable golfing experience. There’s water in play on 17 of the 18 holes (built on a bird sanctuary), and the 11th hole “Nature’s Preserve” lives up to its nickname. Individual lessons and group clinics are available from the PGA professional teaching staff. The Bittersweet Golf Club includes a full-service Pro Shop and has banquet facilities that can handle up to 160 guests.

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