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Curtis Creek Country Club was established in 1924 as a nine-hole golf course by a group of local sports minded individuals.  The original tract of land was forested by a variety of native trees;  beautiful oaks, ash, linden, hickory, walnut, cherry, sassafras and willow including a cathedral-like grove of white oaks that for many years was used for member family picnics.  Curtis Creek, a never failing stream, runs through the tract.  The original nine holes were designed by noted Chicago golf course architect Leonard Macomber who returned in 1930 to design an additional nine holes on an adjoining heavily wooded tract to the south of the original.  This new nine was played only for one year when the Club was forced to abandon it due to the business depression.  The nine was reopened in 1954 and the full 18 holes have been in continuous play since then.  The initial, full course irrigation system was installed in two phases, being completed in 1984.  A new modern double row computerized irrigation system was installed and began operation in 2000.  The golf course also includes a practice range with a grass tee, a practice putting green and a new combination chipping and putting green with a practice bunker.

The Clubhouse, designed by architect Albert W. Coen, was opened in 1930.  It now contains a full service dining and beverage facility with a bar/lounge, private party or meeting room, locker room facilities for men and women and a popular outdoor patio area.

Curtis Creek Country Club continues in its 92nd year as envisioned by its founders, a place of beauty for the recreation and enjoyment of its members and guests.

Ground Superintendent: John Wainscott



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