Cary Illinois Golf Courses

Cary Country Club
Chalet Hills Golf Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Chalet Hills Golf Club -- Challenging but Fair
Review by: Gary Lowe If you play the course right you will have to use every club in your bag. Variety of holes, no two are alike. Trees, bunkers, water, doglegs and hills, this course has it all. Beginners with a wild driver will have some trouble but will not have to hit over obstacles except for two greens surrounded by water. Staff is great and course is getting in better shape each year.
From Gurnee IL

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Cary Country Club -- Very Rude Staff and Boring Course
Review by: Cary Golfer From the second we walked into the clubhouse with 2 groups of 3, the staff was very rude and short with us. They turned on the sprinklers in the middle of our play and kicked us off of the course on Hole 8, at 8:30 (we very easily could have finished up #9 since dusk wasn't until 9). There are many other golf courses it the McHenry area that are cheaper and much friendlier. The course was not very challenging for the price, not many hazards and no water on the front nine. The course had very little creativity. We will never play at Cary Country Club again.
From Cary, IL

Cary Country Club -- Moeny For the Buck...
Review by: Harry Lets face it Golf isn't cheap and that is why the wives dont like the sport..but like some people said this course is unfriendly and Expesive I dare to differ. If the course doesn't have water hazards it has difficult Dogleg holes. It has holes which are up hill and downhill. As for the staff I have been playing Golf there for the past 6 yrs and I have never had a problem with them. Infact the club house is friendly. Very few golf courses provide Free Snacks like Cary CC, some complain there are not enough toilets well they need to learn how to take a leak in the bushes. The staff in the pro-store know my whole league of 45 people by our 1st names and i think that speaks for Cary CC. cant wait for next season to play there again.
From Chicago




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