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14200 S Parker Rd
Homer Glen, IL  60491-9693
United States
P: (708) 301-3344
F: (708) 301-3352
Old Oak Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

71 par | 6,535 yards | 122 slope

69.8 rating | Rye grass

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Old Oak Golf Course

The 18-hole "Old Oak" course at the Old Oak Country Club facility in Homer Glen, Illinois features 6,535 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 69.8 and it has a slope rating of 122 on Rye grass. Old Oak golf course opened in 1926. Dan Shields, PGA manages the course as the Golf Professional.

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Old Oak Country Club
Homer Glen, IL
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Old Oak Country Club
Homer Glen, IL
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$17.00 / player
Old Oak Country Club
Homer Glen, IL
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3 out of 5 stars3 out of 5 stars3 out of 5 stars3 out of 5 stars3 out of 5 stars
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$17.00 / player
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Reviewed November 11, 2014

I laughed at the comments about Cog being better priced and better shape(1 and 3 are more expensive and are weak tracks). This course is a hidden gem and a must play.

Reviewed November 10, 2014

Call it as it is...a "hidden gem". Never have I been disappointed with this course. For a public course, it's pristine! This track is maintained very well and the staff has always been friendly. Not sure where these negative comments are coming from? I've been golfing for 27 years in and around the Chicagoland area and for the price, condition and layout, this is my go to course. Everyone that I've brought here...all were very impressed. Make sure to bring your "A"game! This course will challenge you in a good way. One more thing, the driving range... do yourself a favor and check it out. Not to many out there like this one.

Reviewed November 07, 2012

I played here back in the mid 1980's and left because ot was a dump and overpriced - Well, what a joke, I went back with some friends to try it again and if you want to stand around more then play try this dump. If you go early or late bring a lot of bug spray, WAY WAY over priced for good old bad grass fairways, very small and hard greens. First tee is a joke as soon as the group in front hits their second shot they force you to go, unlike most good courses who actually space you out as your tee time indicates. Since I live in the area I stopped one night to try the practice green and chipping area, well the ranger nazi's told me unless I have a green fee ticket or bought a bucket of balls for the driving range I COULD not use the facilities. Will never go back to this dump ever again. Nothing changed about this dump in over 25 years except the outrageous price- I will stay with Cog Hill which has a good price, great condition, great clubhouse. All the other area courses are way better, Ruffled Feathers, Broken Arrow, Woodbine, Gleneagles,

Reviewed March 29, 2012

Really well maintained course. Despite the grumpiest pro-shop in the area, the course is a lot of fun with really nice elevation changes. Driveable par 4s and some nice long par 5s make this a fun challenging course.

Reviewed May 26, 2011

If you are looking for a bug infested slow...I mean slow 6 hour round on a poorly maintained and over priced course, Have I got the place for you. The only reason they get any play at all is the obvious density of players in the area who don't seem to care about value. Why anyone would want to part with their hard earned cash on a round where the highlight of the day is walking off the 18th green...if you can tolerate making it that long. The holes are too close together on a number of holes. This puts you in the crossfire of those who should never pick up a club. The Marquette Park like feel on the greens seperating tees by a huge chainlink fence puts you in a wonderful spirit. Don't forget the PPE. Personal Protective Equipment, Hardhat, Safety Glasses and Safety vest. Your round will be as relaxing as sitting next to a jack hammer for 6 hours....ENJOY!!!!

Reviewed August 29, 2010

Had a Saturday 12:29 tee time as a single. Didn't start until 12:45, starters couldn't figure out how to set up the groups on the 1st and 10th tees. Yes, they were sending people out on 10 at 12:30 in the afternoon. Our group waited on EVERY tee box for the entire round. One ranger had the nerve to tell me to keep up with the group ahead of us. I was able to talk to the next group on the box all day. They were also waiting. At the turn there was a threesome waiting to be wedged in between groups. Unheard of. They are truly clueless out there. The round took over 5 hours. Avoid weekend play. A nice layout, but not worth the headache.

Reviewed June 17, 2009

It's too bad previous review don't do this course justice. Have heard many good reviews word of mouth about the course. I was not disappointed. Fabulous course, great shape, no complaints.The terrain and elevation change are good for a course in IL. Looking at the map, this is probably some of the best land for golf in the area.Played after a heavy rain so it was cart path only. Pace was good for the first 9 holes then it slowed down. Joined up with a two-some that helped pass the time. Water fountains about every third or forth hole, good bev cart service. I was most impressed with the level of service of the staff in the clubhouse, A +. Proshop seemed well stocked.
Great pizza after the round.

I can see where maybe the previous posts thought the staff may have been rude. This course is on the South Side of town, they are not really rude people, but it is different from the North side or the West Side. Very down to earth, give them a chance to get to know you.

Reviewed July 07, 2008

the staff was very rude and the club house was built in 1905. The course has some great holes and would be great with the right owner. I would take my money else where.

Reviewed April 06, 2008

Reviewed April 14, 2007

Reviewed June 25, 2006

My Opion

I get a 6:27am Sunday tee off $70.00 they start my foursome off on the 1oth disapointed on the greed they created backed up on 9 and 5 hours to shoot


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Ania M. 10 78 68 03/26/12
2 Nicholas E. 12 81 69 06/07/10
3 Joseph M. 2 72 70 03/26/12
4 Richard D. 7 78 71 07/21/07
5 Stan J. 29 100 71 09/05/08
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About Old Oak

Old Oak Country Club

Golf Only facility

27 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Dan Shields, PGA, Golf Professional
Ed Esgar, Superintendent
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