Fort Sheridan Golf CourseLocated in Near North Region
155 George Bell Drive
Highland Park, IL 60037
Main Phone: 847-266-2120 Website: http://www.lcfpd.org/fort_sheridan_golf/index.cfm?fuseaction=home.view
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Comments on Fort Sheridan Golf Course
|Golfer: Chicago Golfing Nut
|Scorecard Tee forward - 71 Par - Yards 4916 - Slope 113 - USGA 68.6 Tee Middle - 69 Par - Yards 5603 - Slope 110 - USGA 66.1
|Course is not in operation and hopefully will be rebuilt per contract with government sale.
|This course is terrible in the summer. They dont maintain anything and the although the prices are decent you really get what you pay for. If I had dropped 600 large ones to buy a house here I sure would be ticked off !
|i dont understand what u guys are talking about fort sheridan is a great golf course its cheap during the week its a nice place and by the way they are making it a pro course! so stop dissing them its a great course so shut up
|Golfer: Chris Deary
|This is a flat out goat ranch! Id be ashamed to work there.
|Golfer: Anonymous Duffer
|Unusual layout. Wide Open. Wind plays a factor is blowing. Greens in good shape. Some tricky par 3's.
|Golfer: Anonymous Duffer
|This place sucks. The course would be ok if it was maintained but it isn't. At least it is cheap durring the week.
|Golfer: Craven Morehead
|Some of these holes are really nice and others are just terrible. I dropped a 3-iron through one of the new house windows. The owner wasn't very happy, but I say the hell with him. Next time, on't buy a house on the golf course.
Fort Sheridan Golf Course Addtional Information & History
Fort Sheridan Golf Course, located in Fort Sheridan, is a Public course. From the back tees, the course will challenge even the best of golfers. Fort Sheridan was designed by Edward B. Dearie and opened in 1937.
Fort Sheridan Golf Course is a must-visit destination for any golfer looking for a challenging round of golf. This Public course offers a unique and exciting golfing experience that is sure to test even the best golfers.
The course is designed to challenge players of all skill levels, and from the back tees, it offers a particularly challenging game that is sure to delight even the most experienced golfers.
Designed by Edward B. Dearie and opened in 1937, Fort Sheridan Golf Course is steeped in history and tradition, making it an ideal destination for golfers who appreciate the sport's rich heritage.
Overall, Fort Sheridan Golf Course is an excellent destination for anyone looking for a fun and challenging game of golf. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, you'll find plenty to enjoy and appreciate about this course.