Pottawatomie Golf Course combines the best of both worlds for any golfer – a scenic, beautiful and challenging par 35 design that can be enjoyed by players of all ages.
This rolling course was designed with all skill levels of golfer in mind. The fairways are fairly wide open and are tree lined. The Fox River comes into play on four of the nine holes. This short layout has three sets of tees for a varied golfing experience.
This golf course was originally designed in 1939 by the pioneer of golf course architecture, Robert Trent Jones, Sr., who capitalized on the course’s location along the banks of the Fox River when designing its patterns of greens and fairways. It is here you will find his first island green design.
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Whether you’re a scratch golfer or just picked up the game, the layout at Pottawatomie offers a challenge, but keeps the game fun on each of its 9 holes.
“The course is a St. Charles landmark,” says Golf Pro Ron Skubisz. “It’s where generations of family members grew up playing golf and now bring back their son or daughter or grandson or granddaughter to play together.”