Golf Course Information
The concept that became Marengo Ridge started in 1963 when Harry Witek, his two sons Bob and Jerry, partners Hillard Leward, and Al Bieze engaged architect William James Spear to design and build a nine-hole golf course cut through the wooded hills between U.S. Route 20 and Harmony Hill Rd. A large, working cow barn was renovated and became the center of the club activity. The first floor served as the pro shop, restaurant, and bar. The second floor was a large dining area where Friday fish fries, Saturday prime rib, and Sunday breakfast became popular attractions in the area. Many wonderful memories as well as friends remain from those days.
As the population and business grew, it became apparent that another nine holes was needed. After purchasing the farmland north of the course, construction began in 1988 and the new nine was opened in 1990. For two years operations were run out of the old clubhouse. However, the location on the south end of the golf course made the logistics complicated. It was obvious a new clubhouse was needed and in 1993 the current clubhouse opened.
Green Fees and Rates
Please call 815-923-2332 for current rates.
Green Fees and RatesCall 815-923-2332 for rates and tee times.
Tee Times & Reservations
ReservationsCall 815-923-2332 For Reservation Policy
Golf Course Amenities
Pro On Site:
Homes On Course:
200, 150, 100 Yard Markers
Contact Marengo Ridge Golf & Country Club at 815-923-2332 for more information and details on holding a golf outing at the course.
Contact Marengo Ridge Golf & Country Club at 815-923-2332.
Restaurant and Dining Options:Contact Marengo Ridge Golf & Country Club at 815-923-2332 for onsite or nearby dining options.
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