Sandwich Illinois Golf Courses

Edgebrook Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Edgebrook Country Club -- Edgebrook rewards accuracy
Review by: Terry Hunt Length is not the key to scoring well here. Fairways are reasonably generous, but they are nearly all lined with mature trees...so if you stray at all you will likely have to invent some sort of recovery shot. The shorter par 4's require a very accurate tee shot in order to have a good approach shot. The par 5's are not that long, (the first one can be reached in two for the long hitters) but the number 11 hole is a very tricky par five with trees everywhere, a lateral hazard that runs the length of the hole on the right, and a creek that cuts in front of the green preventing any runners from getting home. The greens are smooth, and putt true. Some of them have a severe back to front slope, so hitting beyond the pin is an invitation for a three putt. All in all a very nice little course offering a challenge to golfers of any skill level.
From Illinois

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Ken-Loch Golf Links -- Good 9-hole at a good price
Review by: Anonymous I play this course every week as part of a league. It's a solid little course and fun to play. It's well maintained, but not glamorous. Week-day non-resident green fees (in 2004)are under $20. "Wide open fairways" means no rough. Anywhere. Fairways are typically pretty hard. Greens are large and fairly level, but they come with a lot of ball marks and bumps from heavy municipal play. Water comes into play on two holes. Trees surround the course, but given the wide fairways, you have a pretty big channel to hit through. For me, it's a dependable, fun place to play once a week after work. Most nights it's fairly easy to get on with only a short wait, and during the day it's a breeze.
From Elmhurst, IL




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