Crystal Woods Golf Course Addtional Information & History

The 18-hole Crystal Woods golf course at the Crystal Woods Golf Club facility in Woodstock, Illinois was originally called Bit O’Heather—a 9-hole, par 37 course designed by Bill Langford in the 1950s. In 1967, Richard and Mary Ann Craig purchased the course, and Charles Wagstaff redesigned it and incorporated additional acreage to expand it into the 18-hole Crystal Woods Golf Course. The course offers 6,405 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 69.5 and it has a slope rating of 115 on grass. The newly expanded course opened in 1969. Crystal Woods’ mature trees, several elevation changes and strategically placed hazards make for a challenging round of golf. The signature 12th hole is especially challenging, but offers a spectacular view. In recent years, Crystal Woods Golf Course has been a qualifying course for the Illinois Open. It has also hosted the McHenry County Open on numerous occasions.

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