John Elliott, Jr. - School Information

Saint Andrews Course at St. Andrews Golf & Country Club (summer)
3N441 Route 59
West Chicago, IL 60185
Tel: 630-231-3160

This club features two regulation eighteen hole courses and is John Elliott's main teaching facility. John is avaialable for lessons at this location. The St. Andrews Course has water hazards coming into play on at least four different occasions. There are eight dogleg fairways, and the sloping greens are well bunkered. The Lakewood Course was built on gently rolling terrain and has large greens. There are many mature trees lining its fairways, and water hazards come into play on five holes. Joe Lee redesigned both courses in 1968. The greens fees listed are good for all day play.

Country Club of Ocala (winter)
6823 SE 12th Cir
Ocala, FL 34480
Tel: 352-237-6644

The winter home of John Elliott, Jr., this is an private club where only members and their guest are allowed to play. It is a fairly narrow course with tree-lined holes and a multiple cut of rough bordering the fairways. The large greens are undulated and of medium speed, while the terrain is hilly. There is a ravine that comes into play off the tee shot on hole #14, a 405-yard par 4. The most scenic hole on the course is #8, a 161-yard par 3, featuring a waterfall by the green.

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