Silver Lake Country Club is a 45-hole daily fee facility located in Orland Park, Illinois. The club has been owned and operated since the early 1930s by the Coghill family.
In the early 1930s, the Coghill brothers purchased Euclid Hills Country Club (now the North Course) and Silver Lake Country Club (South Course), and merged them into a 36-hole facility called Silver Lake Country Club. The Coghill brothers also built Cog Hill Golf and Country Club in Lemont, which opened on July 4, 1927.
A highly acclaimed nine-hole course (Rolling Hills) was added in 1963. The course features seven par threes and two par fours, up and down hills, very scenic and large undulating greens. The tees and greens all been redone in the middle 60s to early 80s. The greens have all been enlarged except for about three of them. Almost all the trees that you see on the golf course have been planted by the Coghill family.