Moderately Hilly & Moderately WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
18 ( x 9 ) / 30Holes / Baskets:
5020 ft. – 8075 ft.Course Length: Metric
DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
Yes / YesMultiple Tees / Pins:
Description: Two unique layouts designed for all skill levels. The shorter layout is called Fairfield White while the long layout is called Squaw Creek Gold. Terrain varies from open prairie to heavily wooded with some water in play. Out of bounds areas marked clearly even when water has dried up. This course is a nice hike and Goretex shoes are recommended.
The WHITE layout is designed for recreational and intermediate level players while the GOLD layout is designed for advanced and professional players. Some holes are shared between the layouts and have either 2 sets of concrete tee pads or 2 baskets on the hole. Both layouts are playable at all times. There are 24 different holes on the property.
For a Chicago Suburban course there is a variety of wildlife which include birds, deer, turtles, fish, and more. Goretex shoes recommended. Under growth is not very thick so looking for discs is not impossible.
Check both kiosks for carry along maps. The course is clearly marked and there are next tee signs on every hole. Several navigation signs in tricky spots as well.
Open all year.
Port o Potty on site. (April 1st to November 30)
2 new Port o Potties added and kept clean--Summer of 2016
No running water.
Bring bug spray during summer months.
If you are looking for clean restrooms and water the main park district building is about a half mile away. It's located right next to the Round Lake Library and Pool. 814 Hart Rd. Round Lake, IL
Fairfield Park - Round Lake Area Park DistrictPark / Location Name:
350 N. Fairfield Rd.Street Address:
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Local Directions: (Chicago/SOUTH )
I-94 to 120W, north (right) on Fairfield Rd., course is on the left about a mile, just North of Nippersink Rd.
I94 to *WEST* Grand Ave Exit. It's the 1st Exit as you see the Bass Pro. Continue West to a left on Rollins Road. Continue on Rollins about 6 miles to a left/south on Fairfield Road. Continue South on Fairfield Road. Park is about a mile South of Route 134.
Take IL Route 176 to North on Route 12. Turn right East on IL 134 (Big Hollow Rd). Turn South (right) onto Fairfield Rd. Course is located on the right about a mile.
(West Suburbs using 355/53)
Take Lake Cook Road Exit West. Turn right onto Route 12. Turn right onto Quentin Rd. Turn left onto Old McHenry. Turn right onto Fairfield Road. Park in on left approximately 10 miles.
First tee is on the north end of the parking lot. Kiosk with large map near the center of the parking lot. There are smaller course maps in the box.