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Pine Hills Golf Club Bar & Restaurant

Pine Hills Golf Club Bar & Restaurant

1665 N. 2501 Road
Ottawa, IL 61350
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Located in Starved Rock Country, Pine Hills Golf Club is not only the finest 9-hole course in Illinois, but also one of the oldest and most scenic golf courses in the Chicagoland area. Pine Hills Golf Club features 3,203 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 35. The course is always kept in great condition, plus the scenery while golfing is incredible. Pine Hills Golf Club includes nothing but trees and water so it challenges the more advanced golfers and plays nicely to the novice golfers.

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