Chicago Golf Club [TGCT]

Designer: Justin Smedley

Course Description:

"The Chicago Golf Club was founded by Charles Blair Macdonald and opened for play in the summer of 1892 in Belmont, Illinois. In the spring of 1894, the club moved to its present site in Wheaton where Macdonald designed the first 18-hole golf course in the United States. Chicago Golf Club is also one of the five founding member clubs of the United States Golf Association. During the early years of the club, it was honored to play host to several USGA Championships. However, Macdonald felt that his original design would not hold up to the advances in the game, and at his suggestion, Seth Raynor redesigned the course in 1923. The present day course includes many of the wonderful holes that Macdonald and Raynor have become famous for: the “Road” 2nd, “Biarritz” 3rd, “Redan” 7th, “Short” 10th, “Punchbowl” 12th, “Eden” 13th, and “Cape” 4th and 14th." - Golf Digest

Tournaments Hosted

Year Event Tour Winner
2018 The Barclays World 0
2018 The Barclays PGA 0

Other Courses by Justin Smedley

Course Name Theme Par
Holeshot GC & MotoPark Boreal 72
Fermi's Basin Golf Club Desert 72
Pauseburgh Metro Links Highlands 72
Indian Pass G.C. (Tour) Countryside 72
Routledge Country Club (Par 72) Swiss 72
Fermi's Redux G.C. Desert 72
Albany G.C.; Nassau, The Bahamas Delta 72
Copavista Resort (Ocean - Champ) Tropical 72
Chicago Golf Club [TGCT] Countryside 70
Pauston Municipal Golf Links (Web) Highlands 72
Selke Park (2018) Highlands 71