Marquette Park Golf Course
|Blue (W)||36||3245 yards||38.2||131|
|Red (W)||36||2932 yards||36.5||124|
|Blue M: 71.0/119||391||439||458||312||224||384||485||351||202||3246||6492|
|Red M: 66.8/109 W: 71.4/120||384||430||450||307||219||378||420||345||194||3127||6254|
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The course as a whole is decent, deep cleaning of the Bird feces in the holes, needs to be done. Especially those close to the water, everyday. I’ve never seen any grounds crew out , cutting or picking up debris.
The course as a whole is decent, cleaning of the course, from the feces on the grounds, needs to be done. Certain holes has more than usual.
Condition has improved. Lots of ball marks left not repaired. Was slow moving. Many bad/unknowledgeable golfers
Great city course
Echoing other reviewers, the course is well maintained and can sometimes get backed up. Great opportunity for learners since there is a yellow tee box for juniors. Kids play free with an adult who plays, which is cool.
A nice nine-hole course in the city. My favorite part is hitting across the lagoon on hole #8.
Walked Sub 2-hr 9 holes without a crowd in front.
Sometimes can be slow. Today was beautiful and a wide open course. Aside from geese (and goose poop), the course is in solid shape.
Solid Chicago course
Very good course to play. Although many beginners here but we’re nice to let me play thru. Fun course would golf again
Hard to complain...
Played as a walk-on after work. $25 with a cart. Over 3200 yards for nine holes. Pulled driver on 6 of them. Course in good shape, especially the greens. Lots of geese but greens recently cleared of goose poop so not a factor. Course not overly difficult but long enough from the tips to require 3 wood on second shots from two of them and hybrid from two more. Best feature is the quiet and the utter lack of waiting. Played two afternoons and have had the course essentially to myself. I am a supporter of the concept of public facilities and the advantage of maintaining and providing a low cost inclusive opportunity for those who wish to develop and nurture the love of this game. This hits the mark on both points.