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16310 Central Ave
Oak Forest, IL  60452-3741
United States
P: (708) 429-6886
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George Dunne National Course

18 hole regulation length course

Municipal golf course

72 par | 7,170 yards | 138 slope

74.8 rating | Bent grass

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George Dunne National Golf Course

The 18-hole "George Dunne National" course at the George W. Dunne National facility in Oak Forest, Illinois features 7,170 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 74.8 and it has a slope rating of 138 on Bent grass. Designed by Ken Killian, ASGCA, the George Dunne National golf course opened in 1980. Billy Casper Golf manages this facility, with Joshua Geppi as the General Manager.

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Reviewed July 29, 2014

Reviewed April 07, 2013

Reviewed May 11, 2012

Reviewed March 29, 2012

Really well maintained course with generous fairways, but really interesting choices off the tee. Fun shots over water requires weighing the risk-reward. Terrific finishing hole. I usually play during the week so it's almost never crowded. I've heard the weekend has 5+ hour rounds. My gal and I usually finish in about 3 hours during the week. Everyone plays fast. Nice course. Great value!

Reviewed April 01, 2011

For the end of winter in Chicago, this course was in very good shape, especially the contoured greens. Staff was friendly and knowledgeable. The bigger screen GPS on the carts really helps. Variety on every hole, but not hilly. Lots of sand, and traps are the calling card. They need some attention, but lots of rain in prior days could be much of the reason for that. Had a great time, will be back!

Reviewed January 22, 2011

Awesome course to play during the week here is another review

Reviewed September 23, 2010

Great Course, giant greens. Superbly maintained. This is dedinitely one of the nicest courses on the Southside. Can be a bit of the pain to check in if you haven't played their before.

Reviewed September 04, 2010

Reviewed August 16, 2010

I had the pleasure of playing George Dunne last week, and wow...what a place. There aren't many places in the Chicagoland area that give you the same experience for the price. Word of warning: it's a tough course. There's sand everywhere; 63 bunkers in play, I believe. I had a great time, however, my biggest complaint is that the pace of play is terribly slow. I echo everyone else's sentiments and say get an early tee time. It took my foursome (I went to play by myself, but there were so many people there they paired me with three other guys) almost six hours to play eighteen, so be prepared to wait to tee off...or hit your next shot. With that said, I still thoroughly enjoyed my round here. It's a challenge, and worth every penny. Even though it kicked my butt, I'll definitely be back. Side note: I think the bunkers on the back nine are being repaired right now. The front was excellent, but the back are giant mud pits (though it had just rained.) Other than here! Or don't, so it's less crowded.

Reviewed September 09, 2009

This course is a true test, so be careful when selecting your tee boxes. The Park District has done a nice job of bringing the maintenance level back to previous levels. George Dunne can become a real beast is the wind is howling.

Reviewed May 25, 2009

Such a wonderful layout, with very few similar shots if any. BUT, the pace of play is atrocious. The last two times I played it, we were late in teeing off with no weather related problem and the round was 5 Hrs 15 +/-. No marshall and apparently no concern that the pace is so slow... The greens are nice but the golfers do not fix pitch marks on the course. It is amazing to me that the superintendant does not make the greens real hard to combat the poor maintenance by golfers. I will play again but only as one of the first few groups off.

Reviewed August 19, 2008

George Dunn National was an absolute gem! I live in Florida and have had this on my list to play for 20 years. I played at the end of July 31, 2008 first tee time in the morning and will tell you that I am an absolute stickler for course conditions and a staff that will be straight up. The staff advised that the course was in "darn good" shape when I called to reserve. The course was a 9 of 10, GREAT layout with many pin locations on the fabulously contoured, very fast greens. Tee's, fairways and bunkers were in great shape and the golf course is just a beautiful traditional must play. Anyone that doesn't enjoy this place doesn't get the game. I will play it again when I return to Chicago for sure!

Reviewed July 29, 2008

Played first time last weekend. Layout is fabulous and difficult. Only truly aggravating issue was some severely ball marked greens. I know it's not completely the staff's fault, but still. The last two holes are rediculously impossible. All in all, great course though.

Reviewed July 15, 2008

Reviewed June 27, 2008

Ah, if one could only go 20 years back in time when this track was really well kept. The bunkers (although currently undergoing treatment) are horrible and the greens are very bumpy here and there. Rates have risen (thank you Todd Stroger) be sure to go online to get latest coupons. What a shame for such a nice layout!!

Reviewed November 20, 2007

Reviewed September 16, 2007

Reviewed July 19, 2007

Could use a little work on a green or two, but otherwise a fine course. This course was used in 2007 as the Illinois qualifier for the tournament at Oakmont.

Reviewed July 02, 2007

Great Layout but Rough Around the Edges

Old Fashion Golf! No houses, sidewalks, joggers, lawnmowers. Fairways, greens and God's green trees. In 2007 some bunkers were being renovated for drainage - otherwise, the course and greens (fast) were in respectable condition. This track takes a little getting used to... having a local in the group (thanks Jimbo!) is good the first time around. The angles on the forced carries to setup the doglegs were a little tricky. I wish there was a yardage book! This course is challenging, fun and fair. At forest preserve prices it is a decent value. People used to sleep in the parking lot to play this place (formerly known as Forest Preserve National).


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Andrew L. 18 43 25 04/22/10
2 Trevor B. N/A 51 51 08/27/07
3 vvv G. N/A 59 59 04/06/12
4 anthony M. 20 81 61 08/08/11
5 ken M. 16 82 66 07/05/11
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
45 keith L. 24 103 79 07/08/16

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About George W. Dunne National, George Dunne National

George W. Dunne National

Golf Only facility

Managed by Billy Casper Golf

42 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at George W. Dunne National, George Dunne National

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Course Staff

Joshua Geppi, General Manager
Kurt Uniek, Golf Professional
Justin Sample, Superintendent
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