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Golf at Illini Country Club

The Illini Country Club golf course enjoys a reputation as one of the best in the state. The par 71 Tom Bendelow design is host to an annual U.S. Open Qualifier and has hosted State Amateur competitions. The course offers four different tee options, ranging from 5,515 to 6,617 yards, along with a practice facility featuring a driving range, a chipping and short game area, and a putting green.  The facility also has an indoor Hitting Center outfitted with an HD Golf Simulator. Head PGA Professional Drew Murphy and his staff offer a full array of golf services, including member tournaments and events, a summer junior golf program, lessons, and a fully stocked golf shop.
HOLE
Blue
White
Gold
Red
PAR
Men's Handicap
Women's Handicap
OUT
364
354
296
294
400
391
371
366
533
518
401
396
201
189
189
173
414
406
337
332
223
207
152
148
531
512
441
436
414
405
405
395
310
299
299
285
3390
3281
2891
2825
4
4
5
3
4
3
5
4
4
15
13
1
5
11
11
13
15
3
9
5
17
9
7
7
1
17
3


Dress Code

The dress code applicable generally on Club property (see Section II, Paragraph E, of the Club rules) applies to the golf course. More specifically, cut-offs, denim, t-shirts, sport shorts, swimming suits, and gym and jogging shorts are NOT acceptable attire on the golf course or practice areas. In addition:
 
Males – Shirts must have regular collars or at least a one-inch banded collar (e.g., mock turtleneck) and sleeves, and must remain tucked in at all times. Hemmed shorts with an outer seam of not more than three inches above the knee are acceptable.
 
Females – Halters, tank tops, camisoles, and shirts or tops exposing the midriff are NOT proper attire. Hemmed shorts with an outer seam that reaches the ends of the fingers when arms are straight at the side are acceptable.
 
Hats and visors – Hats and visors must be worn as they are designed to be worn, that is, with the bill forward.
 
Shoes – Spikeless athletic shoes must be worn. Knobby soles or soccer or baseball shoes are NOT acceptable.
 
Members are responsible for explaining the Club’s dress code to their families and guests to avoid any embarrassing situations.