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Skokie Country Club is a 18 hole private golf facility located in Glencoe, Illinois that was designed by legendary golf course architect Donald Ross. Gene Sarazen won the 1922 U.S. Open title at Skokie Country Club when he defeated Bobby Jones and John Black by one stroke. Sarazen shot a final 68 for the win, taking home the $500 prize.

Skokie Country Club also hosted the 1909 Western Open (Willie Anderson), 1910 Women’s Western Amateur (Mrs. Thurston Harris), 1952 Women’s Western Open (Betsy Rawls), 1983 USGA Amateur Stroke Play Qualifying (Clark Burroughs), 1998 U.S. Senior Amateur (Bill Shean, Jr.), 2010 Western Amateur (David Chung) and 2017 Western Amateur (Norman Xiong).

Additional Details

  • Length:7091
  • Holes:18
  • Designer:Donald Ross
  • Year Built:1897
  • Slope:141
  • Par:72
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  • Country:USA
  • Region:Illinois
  • Postal Code:60022
  • Locality:Glenoce
  • Street Address:500 Washington Ave
  • Has Driving Range:Yes
  • Course Rating:74.4
Q Is Skokie Country Club open to the public?

Skokie Country Club is a private golf facility.

Q Where is Skokie Country Club located?

Skokie Country Club is located in Glencoe, Illinois

Q How many holes does Skokie Country Club have?

Skokie Country Club offers 18 holes of golf.

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