Park Forest Illinois Golf Courses

Hidden Meadows Golf Club - North Course
Hidden Meadows Golf Club - South Course

Featured Golf Course Review:
Hidden Meadows Golf Club - North Course -- Challenging, Short Course
Review by: Dan If you are looking to practice your short game then this a decent course for it. Overall the course is pretty short. You will only need you woods on three holes, if you dare. The holes are line with trees and bushes and require very accurate shots. Most people will lose more balls than they find, but if you have time and walk along the trees and bushes you can find a number of balls. I like to go to this course when I only have a couple of hours and a couple of bucks. It is very cheap, $10, for 9 holes, it has a driving range and short game practice area, and because it requires accurate shots not as many people play it. Most people opt for the South course. I am giving it three stars because it is challenging enough so that if you get sloppy you will pay the price by losing your ball, and it is also a great deal if you only want to play 9.
From Oak Forest, IL

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Village Links of Glen Ellyn - Nine Hole Course -- A nice short 9 holer
Review by: Bob K This is an easy nine hole course, even though they don't even have a slope for it. The first hole is a short 300-320 dogleg right, one of the easiest opening holes I have ever played. Second hole is another dogleg right par 5 about 480-500 yds, very birdieable, but a bunker can come into play if you try to cut the corner with your drive. Third is a 370-390 yd par 4, with a bunker about 275 yds out on the left side. The green is protected by another bunker on the front left. Fourth hole is a 120(ladies)-160(men) yd par 3. Another birdie hole if you can put it on the green, but it is surrounded by sand traps on the back left, front, and right sides. Fifth hole is a 350-370 yd par 4, with the fairway sloping to a bunker and a pond on the left side. You also don't want to slice your drive, because that'll put you in the back of the driving range. I haven't played the new green yet, but the temporary green is very hard and very fast. Sixth hole is another 370-390 yd par four, with bunkers on the left and right side 230-280 yds out. Then it's uphill to a green with bunkers on the front-left and back sides. Seventh hole is a 470-490 yd par five with bunkers in the fairway like the 6th. The green has more bunkers than the 6th, but is birdieable. Eighth hole is a 160-190 yd par three, uphill. Not too hard except for the length. Ninth and final hole is a 340-360 yd par 4, with a big willow tree on the left and a bunker farther up on the right, with a pond on the left past the willow. Avoid these hazards and you'll be fine. I have a 18 hdcp, and I can shoot about a 43 on this course.
From Lombard, IL USA