- Type: Private
- Address: 6N001 Medinah Rd
- City: Medinah
- County: DuPage
- State: Illinois
- Zip: 60143
- Call to Book Tee Time: (630) 773-1700
Medinah Country Club(Medinah #1 Course at Medinah Country Club ) is a 54 hole course. Tom Bendelow designed this course in 1924. Medinah Country Club(Medinah #1 Course at Medinah Country Club ) is a members only course. Using a GPS divice the course can be located at -88.04377153176 longitude and 41.965407488637 latitude. Medinah Country Club(Medinah #1 Course at Medinah Country Club ) does allow metal spikes.
Medinah Country Clubs Course Review
The Medinah Country Club is one of the oldest in the country, being founded way back in 1926. The golf course wears the design of multiple architects, as it was restored quite a few times during the clubs long and rich history, so lets enumerate them one by one: Tom Bendelow, Roger Packard, Roger Rulewich and, last but not least, the famous Rees Jones. The course features 7657 yards of golf from its longest tees for a 72 par and it is one of the most famous in the country, as it hosted various US Opens and PGA Tours year after year. While the beautiful game of golf is the core raison detre at Medinah, and playing here youll enjoy the purest golfing experience of your life, the Medinah Country Club is actually more than just a golf course, much more, being 3 golf courses in reality, three for the price of one sort to speak.
The number 1 golf course is one of the best in the state of Illinois, but its out-shined by number 3. Meanwhile, number 2 is dedicated to women golfers, who benefited from their own golf course since the Medinah Country Club was founded. Obviously, in our progressive day and age, women can play any of the three. As I already told you, the number 3 course at Medinah is the most famous, boasting its glorious golf tradition as it was host for 3 US Opens, 3 Western Opens and 2 PGA Championships during his long history. The No.3 golf course can be described as a tree line monster and its signature feature is represented by long par 4s, the almost un birdieable par 5s and 3 par 3s that fly over the famous lake Kadijah, which is a water-hazard named after prophet Muhammad's wife.
Golf Course Information
- Number of Holes: 54
- Year Course Built: 1924
- Course Designer: Tom Bendelow
- Location Time Zone: CST
- Daylight Savings Time: yes
- Season Availability: Apr 1 to Nov 1 (closed on Mondays)
- Latitude: 41.965407488637
- Longitude: -88.04377153176
- Metal Spikes Allowed: yes
- Play Fives: yes
- Guest Policy Rules: Reciprocal
- Dress Code Policy: No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required