The Deerfield Golf Club and Learning Center boasts one of the finest 18 hole golf courses in the Chicagoland area.
Designed by famed golf course designer Edward Lawrence Packard, the course measures nearly 6,900 yards from the championship tees; however, the newly-renovated course now offers five sets of tees that will challenge the expert yet afford the beginning golfer a very playable and pleasurable experience.
Installed in 2013, in partnership with the PGA of America and the U.S. Kids Golf Association, the course now features two sets of family golf tees. The Family Course Program allows play from appropriate yardage for different ages and abilities which builds confidence, promotes enjoyment and allows for the ability to maintain pace of play while on the golf course.
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errant golf ball policy
Deerfield Golf Club and Deerfield Park District regrets any and all personal injuries or damages to personal property caused by golf balls alleged to have left the golf course property. Understandably, it is impossible to eliminate the risk of errant balls in so far as it is an inherent risk of the activity. Accordingly, the Deerfield Park District and Deerfield Golf Club assumes no responsibility for any and all personal injuries or damage to personal property caused by errant golf balls. Please refer to the following district policy on all such incidents:
* All golfers accept the responsibility for their actions while on the golf course property and are notified of such through signage that is displayed on the course.
* An individual alleging a loss is permitted to accompany an employee of the golf course onto the course/range in an attempt to locate the individual who may have hit the errant ball. If one fails to take this option it should be understood that it will be nearly impossible to locate and identify the offender. Please note that it is NOT the employee’s responsibility to accuse anyone of hitting the ball.
* It is your responsibility to exchange phone numbers, insurance company information and other pertinent details that you feel are needed. The golf course staff is not responsible for determining it’s accuracy but will assist you in whatever way possible.
* A complete report will be made out on the incident. For more information about the report please contact Jason Mannina.