Bon Vivant Country Club Addtional Information & History

The 18-hole Championship course at the Bon Vivant Country Club in Bourbonnais, Illinois features 7,498 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Designed by Ray Didier, the Championship golf course opened in 1980. The course rating is 75.8 and it has a slope rating of 130 on Blue grass.
The Championship course at Bon Vivant Country Club was designed for the athletic 21st century golfer. The course features 12 lakes, more than 50 sand traps, numerous grass bunkers, and lots of trees.
Bon Vivant Country Club is nestled in the beautiful Kankakee River Valley, offering stunning views and a tranquil environment for golfers to enjoy.
The club is located just an hour south of Chicago, making it an ideal escape from the bustling city for a round of golf.
The course is known for its well-maintained and undulating greens, providing a true test of skill for even the most seasoned players.
Wildlife is abundant in the area, and it's not uncommon for golfers to spot deer, foxes, and various bird species while playing.
Bon Vivant Country Club boasts a fully-stocked pro shop, practice facilities, and a restaurant and bar that offer a relaxing atmosphere for golfers to unwind after their round.
The club frequently hosts tournaments and events, giving golfers the opportunity to showcase their skills and network with other players.
Golf lessons and programs are available for players of all levels, ensuring that everyone has the chance to improve their game and enjoy their time on the course.

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