Willow Run Country Club
|Red (W)||36||2458 yards||31.6||105|
|White M: 33.6/113||420||120||305||190||410||300||340||325||520||2930||2930|
|Red W: 32.4/105||360||80||257||145||355||255||295||291||420||2458||2458|
IF YOUR A CRAFT BEER DRINKER THIS PLACE IS AWESOME!!
Challenging due to the inclement weather we have been experiencing. The fairways were coming together as we played and the greens are much better than in the past.
Staff is awesome keep up the hard work
9 Hole Old School Course
I played Willow Run a few days ago on a beautiful day here in Illinois. I was a single and wanted to walk to get some exercise in. I met up with another golfer who was in a cart. Willow Run just purchased all new carts and they are nice. This is an old course. Conditions were ok...definitely not terrible...definitely not close to perfect. All the signs of a small grounds crew were present...down trees/large piles of brush between some of the fairways, etc. The "stuff" to the left of hole one is in a horrible spot (200+ yards out). You go a little left off the tee on your first hole here and you are losing a ball and/or have an unplayable lie. Not the best first impression for Willow Run (of course I went left into the piles of sticks/down trees, etc.). Greens were long and slow. Fairways were good. Rough a bit high. Their website said the round was going to be $16. I guess that was 2018's rates. Rates were bumped up 19% to $19 a round this year...a bit steep in my opinion for this course. You can play it again for I think $5. I wasn't interested as it took a quite a while to get 9 in. Pace of play was slow. This kind of course probably attracts higher handicap golfers and kids. There was a foursome of ladies in front of my group. Overall...I liked playing this course and will be back. The inside check-in area (with the a couple shelves of golf gear behind the cashier) and bar are something out of the 50's. I want to go back and have a beer(s) at this bar as it looks awesome. Wisconsin supper club-ish.