The Blue Course is the original 18 holes that Green Garden Country Club opened with. It features several holes that cut through dense woods demanding accurate shots off the tee. This course also features several elevated greens which requires accurate club selection upon approach. The back nine may be the most difficult nine at Green Garden Country Club.
The Gold Course Features wide fairways and several water features making for a scenic golf experience. Hole 7 demands an accurate shot to a narrow fairway and a second shot over water to an elevated green. Hole 10 features the Gold course signature island green.
The Emerald Course is the newest 9 holes Green Garden has to offer. It features a links style of golf that offers wide fairways banked by rolling mounds, fescue grasses, and sand traps. A great course for beginners and veterans alike.
The Golf Dome The Golf Dome at Green Garden Country Club is one of the most recognizable features of the facility. The Dome is fully heated and offers a two level hitting area with 42 hitting stations. There is also a separate chipping and putting area to keep your short game sharp.
$26 (cart included), played on Wednesday, June 2015 at 9:00 AM
We, 12-16 people, travel every Wed to almost 50 different courses. This course is always one of our favorites. It is a public style links course but is very long, challenging and provides challenges to all from the many array of various tees. Water lurks on many holes and all of the greens are protected and no rolling on permitted. But throw it up in the air. Also, greens are very large and the layout is liked by our group. The course is always well manicured and the greens are challenging to all. Tee boxes were a bit beat up and some course management might be needed. The other =nice thing about this course is the food and drink in the clubhouse after play has ended. One of our top places to converse and just have fun. And, with a difficult and very nice golf course. Many courses are close to this course and we play all. Course would be The Odyssey, Coyote Run, Glenwoodie, Heritage Bluffs, Cinder Ridge. This would be included in quality with most of them. Would recommend highly.
$26 (cart included), played on Wednesday, May 2014 at 8am
I travel wit a group go good senior golfers from cp. We have already played 20 plus courses to date this season. We like Green a Garden Gold course a lot. We find it challenging and enjoyable to play. Greens are large and challenging as well. One of our favorite courses to play in Indiana, Illinois and Michigan. We also enjoy he food and beverage afterwards. We normally play Coyote Run, Odyssey, heritage Bluffs and Cinder Ridge. All of these course along with Green Garden would be in our top tier. Green Garden Gold is links style with very open but yet challenging layout.
$41 (cart included), played on Saturday, September 2013 at 10am
Course has been going down in quality the last couple of years. It used to be a good value with accessible tee times even on weekends. Price needs to be reduced for current course conditions.
$26 (cart included), played on Thursday, March 2012 at 8am
My friends and I always frequent the Gold Course. We greatly enjoy playing the course. Course is open, challenging, attractive and staff is always inviting to our groups from Crown Point. The bar and grill is outstanding. Would recommend highly. Even though we live in NW Indiana, we play many of the Illinois courses due to their quality and welcoming atmosphere. This is one of the best.
$31 (cart included), played on Friday, March 2009 at 6am
Two courses here (Blue & Gold), both 18 hole. We usually only play it in the off (winter fall rates are less) seasons because it is a little overpriced for the area. There are several other courses within a 15 mile radius that are just as good for less money. Clubhouse is well stocked and the resturant/bar serves good food at reasonable prices. Both courses are always well kept and they have an excellent practice area. Summer/Fall sees a lotof large outings on the weekend so call ahead first. Getting stuck behind one makes for a really long day here.
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