Before golf, grassy pastures were the exclusive territory of roaming sheep, herds of cattle, and children without parents. Play through with this Groupon.
- $25 for two 18-hole rounds of golf (up to a $50 value), redeemable in either one round for two or in two separate, single rounds.
Canal Shores' rates fluctuate throughout the week.
Formerly known as the Frank Govern Memorial Golf Course, Canal Shores awakens the competitive spirit of golfers of all abilities with an 18-hole, par 60 executive layout. With a total distance of 4,000 yards, the fairway chain invites players to attack each hole from the tee box, as the bulk of the course's difficulty awaits in the form of challenging greens and scorecards that hypnotize anyone who attempts to read them. Trees also loom on the edges of most holes as the layout winds along the edge of the North Shore Channel. Requiring a considerably shorter playing time than its full-length counterparts, Canal Shores' abridged links cater to workers squeezing in a quick, after-hours round or 9-irons trying to get in 18 before their date with a dashing pool cue.
69% of 71 customers recommend
“Very friendly staff, Groupon was easy to use.”
“I've been playing there for 30 years, however its been several years since the last time. I've never seen the course in as great shape as this time......keep up the...”
“I've been playing there for 30 years, however its been several years since the last time. I've never seen the course in as great shape as this time......keep up the good work.”
“This course is in the best shape it has been in for several years. They are really investing in making this the ultimate "hidden gold mine" of golf on the North...”
“This course is in the best shape it has been in for several years. They are really investing in making this the ultimate "hidden gold mine" of golf on the North Shore. Peter Jan's Golf Course (it's real name) aka "Canal Shores" is a perfect course for all levels of skill and play. It offer wonderful views of the Wilmette and Evanston neighborhoods and if anyone would look back, it has a rich and wonderful history - which should be told more often. This is an undeniable asset for the community which will only get better with increased play. Enjoy. Tim McGuire”