A historic member owned private club designed by Donald Ross. Established in 1901, Calumet Country Club has a deep and long tradition in the history of Chicagoland golf.
The private 18-hole championship golf course was designed by one of the most renowned architects of the 20th century, Donald Ross. Throughout the years many of Ross’ designs have hosted major golf championships. A few of Ross’ most famous courses include Pinehurst #2, Seminole, Oak Hill, Inverness and Oakland Hills. Calumet hosted the 1924 Western Open and the 1945 Chicago Victory Open, which was won by Byron Nelson.
At par 71 and 6,619 yards from the championship tees, Calumet is a challenge for golfers of all skill levels. We feature four sets of tees – blue (championship), white (men), red (ladies) and silver (senior) – in order to provide each golfer the opportunity to beat par.

With five par three holes, Calumet seems to offer many opportunities to make birdie. However, our lightning fast greens have a tradition of challenging every golfer to make par! As you make your way around the fairways, you will encounter strategically placed bunkers, water that will come into play, and narrow tree lined fairways. The scorecard link below will give you hole by hole information, but just remember, looks can be deceiving and many of our guests believe Calumet plays much longer than it appears!

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