Greenville Illinois Golf Courses

Greenville Country Club
Twin Oaks Golf Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Greenville Country Club -- Round and Round
Review by: Stephen Bollinger This golf course offers challenges to any level golfer but the greatest asset of the golf course is the availability and speed in which you can play a round. No tee times necessary and always 10-12 players available to divide up into teams and play a competitive round of golf for any handicap.
From Chicago, IL

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Crooked Knee Golf Course -- Crooked Knee - Improving with age
Review by: Rick Crooked Knee is a relatively new course, carved out of rolling-to-rugged farm and timberland. There are several holes with significant elevation changes from tee to green. Some feature very challenging, and beautiful, terrain. A creek runs through the course, it is in play on several holes. You can walk the course, but a cart is highly recommended, particularly on the front nine. The owners and staff are friendly and very accomodating. Food service and club house facilities are limited, and there is no pro shop for equipment purchases. Greens fees, carts and food are very reasonable. I've played this course over several years, and the greens and fairways are improving every year. It is fairly easy to get a tee time, and you will enjoy a chance to play a "diamond in the rough". Worth a trip from out of town, just for the experience and the scenery. If this course were in the Chicago suburbs, it would be packed every weekend.
From Peoria, IL USA