Golf in Chicago


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  • Golf in Motion at Proline Golf
    Golf in Motion's fairway guru shares gameplay strategy and evaluates swing mechanics from the well-stocked confines of Chicago Style Golf. There, a team of avid golfers invites players of all stripes into its pro shop to check out the industry's newest equipment or have a broken club repaired. The shop buys old equipment from customers ready to upgrade their driver or trade in their putter after that black cat crossed their putting line. If patrons cannot find the specific club or specs they need, the staff can custom fit and order what they are looking for. Customers also can search for the right putter on the shop's synthetic putting green and test out clubs in one of their three hitting bays, complete with a launch monitor that assists with in-house swing lessons.
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    2219 West Grand Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Klees Charles J. Golf Shop
    Looking to tee it up? Head on over to Klees Charles J. Golf Shop in Chicago and get your golf on. Feeling hungry? Sit down for a bite to eat at this course 's restaurant. The perfect place to take the kids, this course won't cost you a sitter. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    10436 S Western Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • Marquette Park Golf Course
    Golf the afternoon away at Marquette Park Golf Course in Chicago. What's a fine course without fine dining to accompany it? Be sure to pick up a tasty meal when you visit their great restaurant. At this course, kids of all ages are welcome. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    6700 S Kedzie Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • City Tee Time
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: City Tee Time facet_type_id: 814c98d0-5f3c-1032-bedb-29a3aa77a264 html_text: |- From the seascapes of Pebble Beach Golf Links to the narrow fairways of Pinehurst No. 2, golfers can play some of the world's most famous courses in City Tee Time's golf simulator. The courses come to life on the 12-foot screen that golfers pelt with real golf balls launched by real clubs (City Tee time rents out clubs for no additional charge). During rounds, golfers can adjust shots and game-management strategies by referring to a system of 688 independent sensors that records the trajectory of each shot. Golfers can also adjust a number of variables before each round, such as electing to play in calm, breezy, or windy conditions and on hard, soft, or lava greens. City Tee Time also boasts a short-game training area and digital practice modules, which let golfers scrutinize their swings and vestigial tails with video-replay technology. While practicing their stroke, guests can keep track of live sporting events on City Tee Time's HD TVs or stay abreast of work responsibilities with the facility's complimentary WiFi.
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    330 S. Wells, Suite 212
    Chicago, IL US
  • Gabe Rios Golf
    Class A PGA member Gabe Rios understands that the more someone wants to succeed at golf, the harder it is to concentrate on making incremental but essential improvements. By fostering a relaxed atmosphere within his indoor golf studio, he helps his students work out their goals while keeping the game stress-free and fun. Players take their cuts inside a hitting bay fitted with a Foresight launch monitor, V1 Golf video analysis technology, and two televisions. This tech arsenal allows them to watch replays of their swing mechanics in real time and receive feedback on ball flight statistics. Meanwhile, Gabe—himself an avid golfer since the age of six with a degree in professional golf management—looks on from his director’s chair, doling out helpful tips and inventing playing scenarios, such as a plugged ball or a putter face covered in honey.
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    925 W Chicago Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • Golfsmith
    Golfsmith's online and in-store showrooms house an almost endless list of golf gear for men, women, and children alike. Clubs, balls, and accessories from brands such as TaylorMade, MacGregor, and Callaway give players precise control over their game, and polos and long-sleeved shirts from Nike and Snake Eyes garb players in course-appropriate attire now that tuxedo T-shirts no longer qualify. Along with the extensive collection of equipment and golf bags, Golfsmith also carries GPS systems to give players a high-tech edge.
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    2782 N Clybourn Ave.
    Chicago, IL US

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