Hilton Chicago Oak Brook Hills Resort
About Hilton Chicago Oak Brook Hills ResortThe Hilton Chicago Oak Brook Hills Resort & Conference Center features the best of being near downtown with the relaxation of a resort getaway. Guests have access to a golf course, a 24-hour fitness center, indoor and outdoor swimming pools with whirlpools and saunas, billiard tables, game rooms, as well as tennis, volleyball and basketball courts. Guests can also explore nearby attractions including the Brookfield Zoo, Morton Arboretum, Chicagoland Speedway and Oak Brook Shopping Center.
Golf courses at Hilton Chicago Oak Brook Hills Resort
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Always a nice course
This course is always in great shape and difficult layout. My one big strike against the course is that the sand traps didn't have barely any sand in them very disappointing. For a course with that many sand traps it would be nice to actually have sand I. Them not dirt and rocks.
The sand is like hitting off concrete and too overpriced for a Thursday at 10am
I would have given this course 5 stars if not for the dismal conditions of the traps. We also enjoy the challenging layout of Willow Crest but unfortunately Hilton has allowed the sand traps to deteriorate into a mix of mainly dirt with some sand content. Hitting good bunker shots is almost impossible and ruined the day for our group. For $75, we expected much better conditions than what we experienced. In fact, we probably will not play here again until new sand is brought in. Also, there is no GPS on the golf carts; another feature that should be part of a $75 rate course.
Our group also thought that Hilton should offer a free pass into their pool at the end of the round for that day only. They could restrict to M-TH since there were few people in the pool and would create extra revenue via drinks and food that would be ordered poolside! A missed marketing opportunity.
Good order and friendly staff, recommend.
Definitely Play Agin
Staff super nice and friendly. Cart paths can use a little work and couple directional signs from green to tee are needed.
Bunkers need attention
Great course but the bunkers are gravel pits - they really bring the place down. I won't be back until the bunkers are better.
This track is solid. Fairways are nice, definitive cut between rough and fairway, greens roll nice. Everything is pretty straight on the front nine but the back nine offers a nice combination of water, tight fairways, and dog legs.
Always fun. Par 70 so don’t let yardage fool you. Over 1/2 holes very challenging. Need a little more attention for price tag. Cart paths, bunkers, ball marks. Overall pretty good conditions. Fun layout. Good staff. Good pace.
Not too challenging - Loud
Only negative was that we had a groundskeeper mowing on almost every hole, and they didn't stop for us to shoot. The greens were in really good shape, and the course itself was really fun. Lots of bunkers in play when approaching the greens. But the sand was very easy to hit out of, and kept up very well. A little on the pricier side for a round in the area. I would play the course again, but probably look for a deal to do so.
Tight but varied
Good variety of golf holes on a tight piece of land. Well conditioned with good greens.