Welcome to The Glen Club

Carrying On A Chicago Tradition

Since America’s first 18-hole golf course was sculpted from Chicagoland soil in 1893, the sport of golf has evolved into one of the country’s greatest traditions. For generations since, Chicago has laid claim to being one of North America’s great golf destinations. That tradition continues today at The Glen Club, Tom Fazio’s North Shore masterpiece, which has become Chicago’s premier golf address for strengthening corporate relationships.

Located at the former site of the Glenview Naval Air Station, The Glen Club sits at the heart of a 195-acre refuge that features rolling terrain, dramatic elevation changes, tranquil lakes, meandering streams and stunning vistas, including the Chicago skyline in the distance.

This Top-100 Golf Course* will test each golfer’s mettle, while a majestic 48,000 square foot clubhouse features superb dining, tastefully appointed overnight accommodations, a grand ballroom and the finest in corporate amenities.

From sophisticated business and dining areas to overnight accommodations to attentive service, The Glen Club is dedicated to making a visit the ultimate in comfort, convenience and privilege.


  • Golf Magazine - No. 4 - Best Courses You Can Play in Illinois - 2013
  • Golf Magazine - No. 2 - Best Public Course in Illinois - 2012
  • Golf Magazine - No. 72 - Top 100 Courses You Can Play - 2012
  • GolfWeek - No. 2 - Best Courses You Can Play in Illinois - 2012
  • GolfWeek - No. 3 - Best Courses You Can Play in Illinois - 2010
  • Golf Magazine - No. 72 - Top 100 Courses You Can Play - 2010
  • GolfWeek - No. 24 Best Tour Courses You Can Play - 2008
  • GolfWeek - The Best Courses You Can Play 2006-7
  • Golf Magazine - Top 100 Courses You Can Play 2002, 2004, 2006
  • Zaget Survey - America's Top 50 Golf Courses 2003-2005
  • Golf Digest - Best New Upscale Public Course 2002
  • Golf Magazine - Top 10 New You Can Play 2002
  • Great Lakes Golf Magazine - Best Course in Illinois 2002
  • Sports Illustrated - Top 10 New Courses 2001