GLENEAGLES COUNTRY CLUB WHITE COURSE (630)257-5466
Chicago Golf Course Review
Gleneagles Country Club in Lamont is a 36-hole championship facility with 2 courses that were designed by Charles Maddox in 1924. These classic, traditional style venues have
been experienced by noted golfers such as Ken venture, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Sam Sneed and Billy Casper. Gleneagles conducted the Chicago Open in 1958 and 1959
(won by Ken Venturi both years).
The layouts are tree lined over a rolling terrain, with deeply sculpted sand bunkers and imposing water hazards that will challenge the shot making abilities of all levels of players.
Recognized as the "home of the shotgun start", Gleneagles has become the premier property for hosting tournaments in the Chicago area. Full service banquet facilities feature
panoramic views of the golf courses, and offer flexible menus that can satisfy the need of practically any function.
With facilities that can accommodate from 50 to 250 guests, Gleneagles provides the perfect setting for golf outings, weddings, reunions, award ceremonies, corporate meetings,
graduations and a wide variety of special events. The clubhouse also includes a well stocked pro shop and nicely appointed restaurant/lounge that is open for breakfast, lunch
and dinner. Guests can also enjoy the locker rooms with showers and a practice green for putting and chipping are also on property.
Both courses are serviced by the same clubhouse and each features bent cross greens and bent grass fairways. The marking system includes 100, 150 and 200 yard
measurements on all par fours and fives, and color coded flags on the small putting surfaces indicate front, middle and back pin placements.
The White Course at Gleneagles is built on similar terrain as that of the Red/Lakes layout, and features 40 sand bunkers along the layout with no water hazards. There are just
two sets of tee boxes per hole. The white tees measure 6302 yard with a 124 slope, while the red tees measure 6040 yards with a 120 slope for men and 125 for women
The photos in this review are of the White Course, which is the longer and more challenging of the two layouts. For more information, visit our page for this course, with direct link
to the Gleneagles website by clicking here.