LaGrange Country Club is a 18 hole Private golf facility located in La Grange, Illinois.
Founded in 1899, LaGrange Country Club originally had a nine-hole facility at 47th Street and LaGrange Road. The original course was designed by H.J. Tweedie and played to a distance of 2,960 yards.
In 1913, Tom Benedelow designed the club’s current 18-hole golf course on Brainard Avenue in LaGrange. The course was designed with a traditional perimeter routing of outer and inner nines.
LaGrange Country Club has twice hosted the U.S. Women’s Open – in 1974 and 1981. The 1974 tournament was won by World Golf Hall of Famer Sandra Haynie, who sank birdie putts from 70 feet and 15 feet on the final two holes to win by a stroke over runners-up Carol Mann and Beth Stone.
Pat Bradley won the 1981 U.S. Women’s Open at LaGrange Country Club by one stroke over Beth Daniel. Bradley shot a final round 66 (-6) to win her only U.S. Women’s Open.