Founded in 1899, Flossmoor Golf Club was one of the first clubs established in the Midwest. A classic parkland course that evokes memories of days gone by. Challenging for Bobby Jones, Chick Evans and Frances Ouimet, it still remains a true test of golf today.
"Walk in the footsteps of the game's greats."
Since 1899, our club proved a mecca for golfers who would catch the club's tallyho for a ride to the club. Now, you can can make this home.
One of the first courses built in the Midwest, Flossmoor Golf Club has stood the test of time for generations.
Played by the Greats
From Alex Smith, to Jock Hutchinson and Chick Evans to Frances Ouimet. Flossmoor Golf Course has seen great players.
Updated to Last
A recent renovation has given FGC a classic course feel and modern touches. It's Classic, challenging and enjoyable.
How Golf Was Meant to be Played
“The ideal golf green is as nature laid it out ~ not as poor mortals make it.”
“The great advantage of laying out a course (on land, not on paper) by a competent man is that he can place the holes not only at a proper and suitable distance apart, but that he can take advantage of every feature that presents itself on the ground.”
“There is no better test of golf than on the natural green, on the gentle slope of a hill, but alas and alack. Such greens are but seldom found, and when discovered old golfers are known to embrace them with rapture.”
Herbet Tweedie, Original Architect of Record
View Our Scorecards
Get a closer look at the course. View yardages, slop and ratings and a little history as well. We have a standard card and our walkers card.
"I consider myself a lay of the land architect, and a restoration like Flossmoor was inline with my ideals."
“Flossmoor was definitely the plum project of my renovation/restoration work, and as far as the course goes, it should stand on its own with the top courses in the country.”
“I felt the incredible history and tradition of the club which has been preserved over 100 years. The routing was good and the green complexes were outstanding. Going back to old style bunkers brought it all together.”
Raymond Hearn, Current Architect of Record - 2009 Renovation Restoration