Bob-O-Link Golf Club
1120 Crofton Ave
Highland Park, IL 60035-3999, United States

Bob-O-Link was originally designed by the legendary Donald Ross in 1916, but construction in surrounding areas forced a redesign in 1924 by Charles Hugh Alison and Harry S. Colt. In recent years, the course underwent a restoration by architect Rick Jacobsen.

This is a private, men-only club located just outside Chicago.
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General Manager:Stephen Mocogni
Superintendent:Richard Bowden
Guest Policy:none
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:April
Season End:November
Pro Shop :yes
Fairways Grass:Bent
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Short Game Practice:yes
Water Hazards:Scarce
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
9/7/19 Michael Decker 93
10/21/18 Michael Decker 92
8/1/17 Martin Clarke 82
9/27/16 Martin Clarke 79
9/23/16 thelawnwrangler 97
9/27/13 James McHenry 104
9/24/13 Patrick Wellington 81
9/24/13 CurtisBaddeley 84
8/17/13 Sam004 97
8/17/13 Sam004 47*
5/16/13 tonykarigan 95
9/29/12 Martin Clarke 82
6/15/11 gregosler 91
8/22/10 gordy_kenmuir 106
6/29/10 Michael Decker 93
5/29/10 gordy_kenmuir 106
Bob-O-Link Golf Club

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  Sam004 - 8/20/13
Classic course, with only one set of tees, however it is markered by CDGA for varying distances from each tee box. So not much variation in yardage is available. Course has a feel more of Colt & Allison than a Ross design.

Tree line is tight to all the fairways, but it not overly dense, which provide the greatest defense of par. Bunkers are very large and in play for all except the very long hitters off the tee.

Fairways were tightly mowed and firm, allowing for a little more distance than usual.

Greens were less than Country Club level standards, perhaps due to recent heavy play.

Very few water hazards are in play.

  gregosler - 4/27/11
Great membership
  rlforand - 6/17/11
  gtdeen - 9/25/10
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