Choose from Three Options
- $10 for one extra-large bucket of driving range balls (an $18 value; each bucket contains approximately 160 balls)
- $25 for $50 worth of pro shop merchandise, which includes Callaway gloves ($12) and hats ($18) and boxes of Taylor Made Lethal golf balls
- $55 for a monthly membership, which grants Groupon purchasers unlimited driving range balls for one month (a $100 value)
Chicago Players Club
The 26-acre facility just 20 minutes from downtown encompasses a sprawling driving range with 60 total hitting stations including 30 mats, 17 covered and heated hitting bays, a 3,500 square foot putting green, two short game areas, and seven target greens. Adjacent to the range, golfers can hone their game around the green at the short game range, which will soon include a bunker to build sandcastle memorials to all of the golf balls lost in battle to course hazards. The entire complex is open year-round and lighted for after-hours practice.
Though golfers can find ample opportunities to improve their skills at the facility through solo practice, the Chicago Players Club can make practice sessions even more effective with advice from a staff of veteran PGA Teaching Professionals. The staff includes decorated PGA pros Mike Mandakas, the owner who has been a golf professional at the elite Olympia Fields, Desert Mountain, and Medinah Country Clubs, Mike Harrigan, who played in eight Western Open PGA Tournaments and was the Illinois PGA Pro and Teacher of the Year in 1995, Jim "Doc" Suttie, the number one ranked teaching professional in Illinois, and Brian Vaisnoras, who has worked a variety of Professional instructor positions on the east coast. The staff offers lessons for players of all ages and abilities, as well as club-fitting services to ensure golfers and their equipment are emotionally compatible.
95% of 108 customers recommend
“Great place,nicely set up.A+++”
“Nice place to get a little work in . Very nice people . indoor out door tees grass and mat. Great deal !”
“Nice people, even re-gripped a few clubs for me.”