Marriott Lincolnshire ResortLocated in Northwest Region
10 Marriott Drive
Lincolnshire, IL 60069
Main Phone: 847-634-5935 Website:
Average Course Rating
Comments on Marriott Lincolnshire Resort
|Tight couse - greens were OK. Bunkers needed some work. Not long, requires accuracy. Great value during weekdays.
|Golfer: Chicago Golf Rocks
|Fax: 847-634-7036 www.craneslandinggolf.com
|Interesting short and tight course. Customer service stinks. I had to find a parking spot in a grass field a half-mile away, then drag my clubs only to be ignored by the bag-boy. Then the pro-shop employee was yawning while taking my money. I almost left right there. You MUST bring your own drinks. Marriott prices even apply to a can of beer apparently. I spent a total of $30 on a round of drinks! This was an average experience for us. I expected more from this acclaimed chain.
|Golfer: chris girsch
|I am terribly long off the tee. This course is too short for me. I hit driver, 7-iron into the par 5 that runs along the road.
|Golfer: Jeff G.
|Short and not worth the price tag.
|From the Blue Tees this course is 2 very different nines. Front nine short back nine as tough as any I have ever played.
|Golfer: Anonymous Duffer
|This course sucks for the money, give me a break. It is so short. Come on I thought I was going to play a nice course, and all I got was a short course for 60 bucks.
Marriott Lincolnshire Resort Addtional Information & History
Marriott Lincolnshire Resort: The 18-hole Marriott Lincolnshire course at the Crane's Landing Golf Club facility in Lincolnshire, Illinois features 6,313 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. Crane's Landing Golf Club was opened in 1975. Architect George Fazio has created a challenging course at the Lincolnshire Marriott Resort. The classic-style course features bent grass fairways lined with mature trees and tightly bunkered greens. Marriott Lincolnshire also features 26 sand bunkers and 6 lakes. Tight fairways make for a challenging round of golf, but four sets of tee boxes assure less than seasoned golfers of an enjoyable game. The course is spread out over 110 woodland acres with views of the Des Plaines River. The course rating is 70.5 and it has a slope rating of 125. The Marriott Lincolnshire Golf Course opened in 1975.