What Makes Our Course So Special?
Glendale Lakes Golf Club is an 18-hole public golf course owned and operated by the Village of Glendale Heights. Glendale Lakes Golf Club is located in the western suburbs in DuPage County and is centrally located between the northern and southern suburbs of Chicago just a few miles West of I-355. This Dick Nugent designed golf course will challenge golfers with a variety of hazards throughout the course for both recreational and professional level golfers. We host a variety of events throughout the year including our popular Spring Fling and Turkey Shoot. We are also home to the Glendale Heights Charity Golf Classic, and 5 local high school golf teams.
Play golf. It's fun!
Glendale Lakes Golf Club has a beautiful banquet facility that can accommodate groups up to 220 people, and is the perfect place to host your wedding reception, shower, golf outing, business meeting, or other social event. Our large banquet room windows overlook the golf course to provide a picturesque backdrop for your special event. Our newly renovated outdoor patio gives guests the option to enjoy the outdoors during the event, and the outdoor gazebo across the street gives the perfect venue for your ceremony. We have packages available to meet your budget. Our knowledgeable and experienced banquet coordinators are available to help plan your event.
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