High tea or high tee? Over in England for the working class folks in the region around Buckingham Palace a “high tea” means a worker’s substantive meal (supper with tea) that is served at a table while seated on high back dining chairs and is meant to be differentiated from the afternoon tea that is […]
The Water’s Edge Chili Open is a three person “big cup” scramble. The course is set up with big cups and the event will feature a shotgun start. Entrance fee includes greens fee, golf cart, driving range, dinner and prizes.
Chicago Golf Report has noticed a trend at famous golf courses where a succession of three challenging holes is given a nickname. Augusta National Golf Club, site of the Masters, has its ‘Amen Corner’ at holes #11 (White Dogwood), #12 (Golden Bell), and #13 (Azalea). PGA National, designed by Jack Nicklaus, has ‘The Bear Trap’ […]
The Water’s Edge Chili Open is a four person “bring your best” scramble. The course is set up with the most difficult pin locations and tee box locations. Entrance fee includes greens fee, golf cart, driving range, lunch and prizes. Prizes will also be awarded for the chili cook-off participants and winner.
Spread out on a wide tract of land that reaches from Harlem Avenue to Ridgeland, Water’s Edge Golf Course draws its name from the canal directly to the south and is a unique Chicago golf challenge.