Hinsdale Golf Club

140 Chicago Ave. 
Clarendon Hills, IL 60514
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Head Golf Professional: Matt Slowinski, PGA 
Golf Course Superintendent: Eric Willey

The roots of Hinsdale Golf Club can be traced back to 1893, when a group of twenty Hinsdaleans laid out a rudimentary six-hole golf course in a pasture that featured buried baking powder cans as holes. The club was officially incorporated in 1898 and moved to its present location one year later.

Herbert J. Tweedie designed the original nine holes with David Foulis and Jock Adams completing the enduring layout in 1909. Numerous architects have made small tweaks to the course over time, building a challenging test that features narrow, contoured fairways and elevated greens.

The event will mark the fourth Women’s Western Golf Association championship the historic Chicago-area club has hosted. One of 11 founding clubs of the Western Golf Association, Hinsdale Golf Club has previously hosted the 1937 Women’s Western Junior and Women’s Western Amateur in 1912 and 1914. Four WGA championships have been contested at Hinsdale, including the 1907 Western Open.