Golf

Our mission at Hinsdale Golf Club is to promote, foster and
encourage the game of 'Golf ' for our members.

Whatever the design of the course, from six baking powder cans in a quiet pasture to the carefully maintained eighteen holes that today provide an oasis for the membership, the Club's objective has always been met in its golf course.

All the holes at the Hinsdale Golf Club are special, and all can cause consternation and delight in more or less equal measures. Small greens and numerous trees allow accuracy to trump power on this golf course. With an enduring design, meticulous maintenance, and careful attention to the skill levels of all golfers, the Hinsdale Golf Club provides a playing ground that presents different challenges every time it is played.

  • Becoming A Caddie
    • The Hinsdale Golf Club enjoys a premiere Caddie Program and has been an integral part of the Club for over 100 years. Over 5000 rounds are annually worked by caddies at HGC. The membership is committed to providing a healthy atmosphere in which young adults can learn proper values.

      Note: Golf caddies operate as independent contractors and are NOT employees of the Club.

      The tradition at Hinsdale Golf Club is that all caddies must be in school to be eligible to caddie. Approximately 75 new recruits are selected annually for initial training. All applicants must be at least 14 years old and each will be carefully interviewed by the Caddie Superintendent and must master the contents of the HGC training program.

      Besides the financial, physical and educational benefits, caddying also offers numerous incentives and awards to its participants. Hard work and dedication can usually lead to participation in special programs or to special awards.

      The Caddie is the lifeblood of the game of golf . . . a great companion, a friendly conversationalist and a smiling face. This is what the game is all about. Charles 'Chick' Evans, Jr.

      Our new caddie orientation night will be held on Wednesday, March 13 in the main Clubhouse. There will be two sessions that evening, with the first being 6:00-7:00 and the second being 7:00-8:00. Please plan on attending one session if you would like to become a caddie this season at Hinsdale Golf Club.

      For more information or any questions about the Hinsdale Golf Club Caddie Program, please contact Head Golf Professional, Matt Slowinski, at matts@hinsdalegolfclub.org or Caddie Superintendent, Benjamin Engle, at Benjamin.boyd.engle@gmail.com. You may also call the golf shop at (630) 986-5339, although we have limited hours throughout the month of February.

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