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Boughton Ridge Golf Course

Boughton Ridge Golf Course

335 E. Boughton Road
Bolingbrook, IL 60440
630-739-4100
Fax: 630-759-1648
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Boughton Ridge Golf Course in Bolingbrook is situated on 45 beautiful acres. This beautiful 9-hole, 2,205 yard course features contoured fairways and water on 7 holes. There are 21 sand traps that await you throughout the course and provide plenty of challenge to even the most experienced players. The fairways offer lush turf that reward well-played shots. The Boughton Ridge Golf Course is a pleasurable experience for golfers of any skill level. Enjoy a post-round meal or drink at Ashbury's in the club house. Be prepared for an unparalleled golfing experience at Boughton Ridge Golf Course.


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