Harborside International (Starboard course)


4+ (4 gold): one of our top-rated 4-star courses, worthy of 4½ stars.
   Harborside International (Starboard course) Est. 1995

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Harborside International's two excellent golf courses, Port & Starboard, are both well-rated and always popular layouts. They were designed by Dick Nugent to bring the great tradition of British links golf to the Chicago area, and are the closest top-quality public access courses to downtown Chicago.

In many respects Port and Starboard are "peas-in-a-pod," both equally good, challenging and enjoyable courses to play. These open links-style layouts will not disappoint, with many attractive features and several excellent holes to enjoy. With little to separate the two courses in terms of quality, golfing challenge and views (of the Chicago skyline, Lake Calumet and the surrounding eclectic area), our advice is play one course in the morning, stay for lunch and then try the other in the afternoon.

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Making Contact

Harborside International Golf Center
11001 S. Doty Ave East,
Chicago, Illinois 60628
USA
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Office   +1 (312) 782 7837
Pro Shop   +1 (312) 782 7837
Fax

 

Email   kevin@harborsideinternational.com
Website   www.harborsideinternational.com
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Golf Pro
 
Terry O'Neill (Director of Golf)
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About the course

The course: 18 holes. Open links-style.
Gently undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.
 
Surroundings: Open countryside and lakeside (Lake Calumet).
 
Designer: Dick Nugent
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  Men Back Men Front Women Front
Yards 7104 5914 5110
Par 72 72 72
SSS or Slope 74.7 69.1 70.3
 
At the Same Location:
Above distances are for the Starboard course. Also at Harborside is the 18-hole par-72 Port course (7123 yds from back tees).
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How2Get There?

16 mi S of downtown Chicago.

Essential information

Green Fees:
2015 visitor fee, 18-holes: Mon-Thur $82; Fri-Sun $95. Golf cart included. Reduced rates for twilight rounds. [Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc]. Credit cards accepted.
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Who can play and When?
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends during golf season (April thru' Oct).  Must book in advance.
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Other Information
Non-metal spike facility. Walking permitted on both Port and Starboard courses.

Practice facilities
Excellent
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Did you know?

Although 3 miles or so inland from Lake Michigan, Harborside International sits at the northern end of Chicago's largest inland body of water, Lake Calumet. In bygone days, the lake was an important port and industrial area, connected to Lake Michigan by the Calumet River. | Harborside International is managed by leading golf management company KemperSports.

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Latitude: (41.695075)
Longitude: (-87.588973)
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