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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Fairly Nice Course...but
Absolutely no sand in the traps....for a regular rate of $75, you'd expect sand instead of mud.
Although I paid only $55, it is still a bit pricey...but I find the pace of play is pretty good that makes me return.No way $75 is reasonable.
What's not to like!!!
Excellent tee to green. Except traps need a lot of work.
Packed sand and standing water. We just took a drop.
Greens are pretty tame on slope.
Overall, what's not to LIKE!!!!!
What's not to like
1st timer. Course was in great shape. Tee's, fairways, and greens. Challenging Course. We are seniors and played gold Tee's. Traps are in really bad shape. Standing water and the rest packed sand. We just pulled out for free drop.
Reasonable fees for this level of course.
What's not to like!!!
Played two days after heavy rains so fairways were very wet and bunkers were in poor condition. Otherwise a nice course with a variety of holes. I got a $38 rate which I thought was appropriate. Most players pay a $75 rate which seems high to me.
All pins were at least one to two inches too deep for some reason.
Fall from Grace
This used to be one of my favorite courses. Its super beat up and in need of repair. The cart parts are terrible and dangerous. Carts are old and not covers for rain for teh clubs. The greens are heavily marked and unkept. The pace was way to slow for a Wed. There are rumors teh course was sold and will be turned into housing. Perhaps they arent keeping up teh course as a result.
Course needs attention
This course is in bad shape starting with the golf cart path where there are holes, bumps and deep craters everywhere. The sand traps were in terrible shape and many of them were just mud. The greens are not being taken care of and neither are the fairways. The price they charge for playing a course in this shape is outrageous.
Great course but battered
I have played this course well over 50 times. Great course. But the course is in need of much repair. The cart paths are really bad and dangerous. The greens are showing more wear than usual even though we have had plenty of rain in IL. The Bunkers were either full of water or so dried out it was like hitting on concrete. I am hoping they can do a little better moving forward