Crane's Landing at the Lincolnshire Marriott Resort
Crane's Landing Golf Club is the centerpiece of Lincolnshire Marriott Resort. Designed by George Fazio, the course winds across 110 acres of preserved woodlands. It is a certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary that offers stunning views of the Des Plaines River nearby. At just over 6,300 yards, the golf course is not particularly lengthy but it still offers some formidable challenges. Water is a prominent feature of the course with ponds and a winding river coming into play on 12 holes. The greens are small and raised and the sculpted fairways are tightly lined with mature trees, demanding accuracy off the tee. Crane's Landing Golf Club's back nine is especially difficult thanks to the river, which runs along the entire left side of the 13th hole and also appears on no. 17, the course's longest hole.
|Blue (W)||69||6290 yards||76.8||135|
|White (W)||69||5949 yards||74.9||131|
|Yellow (W)||69||4728 yards||68.1||117|
|Red (W)||69||3641 yards||61.4||103|
|Blue M: 71.1/130 W: 76.8/135||327||339||383||336||333||158||494||403||154||2927||452||420||183||448||379||302||215||517||447||3363||6290|
|White M: 69.6/127 W: 74.9/131||310||318||370||317||322||117||481||376||133||2744||440||375||175||432||357||293||205||487||441||3205||5949|
|Yellow M: 64.0/113 W: 68.1/117||280||262||311||247||265||100||354||286||90||2195||374||300||112||353||268||216||140||432||338||2533||4728|
|Red M: 59.1/101 W: 61.4/103||209||208||217||171||207||58||308||192||85||1655||326||244||103||259||186||168||74||350||276||1986||3641|
Food & BeverageRestaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Meeting Facilities
Kind of burned out, no water, no ball washers, traps uneven and a strange front vs. back 9. Someone else mentioned the water smells.. and it does. A picture of the on course bathroom.
Good Hot Deal Course
At this point I would only recommend Cranes Landing as a last minute ‘Hot Deal’ for <$50. Because of lack of play the greens are ok, but the rest of the course really needs some TLC.
It’s really too bad; a few years ago when it was a true resort course it was a really nice track with small, elevated & well protected greens along with tight bent grass fairways. It was a short but challenging course that required all of your clubs & every shot.
Hopefully they put some money into it & return it to its former self.
Great staff - very friendly. Played Memorial Day weekend and the pace of play was awesome. May want to maintain the rough a little. Still a favorite.
back 9 wet
only 4 holes on the back, wind on some 3 clubs cross on the rest.
Fire on the crew
Greens keeper must be new. Maybe it’s money, not sure. The course can be nice but lack of maintenance and knowledge.
ok to play
have 17 rope off roe to long & mantinest needs to be increased
Go somewhere else
This is one of the worst courses I have ever played. Half the course is dirt. Interesting strategy to have dirt patches on the greens. All of the water smells like farts. There is no way this course will be around much longer. I wouldn’t play it again for free.
good chose for teesmost people play to far backcourse needs lots of work having a ranger would help with pace
Overall great course. Would like to see more selection to purchase in club house. Also need water at holes to drink and to wash clubs and balls. Lastly no restrooms on course
But all the rest was great