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The Beverly Country Club

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The tunnel you see here passes under 87th street and connects the front nine and the back nine at Beverly.
Nicklaus, Palmer, Nelson, Snead...The walls in the clubhouse at Beverly look like you have entered the golf Hall of Fame.
#1 - Make sure you don't go over the green on this opening hole. A treacherous decline awaits.
#2 - The 2nd tee is the highest point in Cook County, IL
#5 - The approach shot to the 5th green which sits prominently atop a ridge, must not come up short or your ball will come racing back to your feet
#7 - "Heartbreak Hill" has denied many a weak drive.
#12 - In the distance you can see 12's menacing green. Look at that slope!
#13 - The 13th hole at Beverly looks simple but it is deceptively uphill
#14 - Notice the steep faces and long rough on the green-side bunkers at Beverly
#16 - The fairway bunkers are basically one stroke penalties. This one at the 16th is nearly as tall as the cart and still 215 yards from the green
#17 - The long par 3 17th doesn’t get any easier once you reach the green. Nicklaus once four-putted here to lose the Western Open.
#18 - From just short of the 18th green, players get a great view of the back of Beverly's clubhouse.

8700 S. Western Ave.

Chicago, Illinois

Course Style: Parkland

Designed by Donald Ross in 1908

The Beverly Country Club Homepage

Jason and Dave have both played The Beverly Country Club

Tee Yardage Par Rating Slope

Notable Tournaments Hosted

U.S. Amateur (1931, )

1931 - Francis Ouimet

2 Play the Tips Rankings

  • Shot Playability: 7.00
  • Short Game Playability: 7.70
  • Fairness: 9.00
  • Experience: 7.00
  • Aura: 8.00
  • OMG Factor: 6.00
  • Design: 8.00
  • Total: 7.53
  • Ass-Kick Factor: 6.50