Prepositions are essential forms of the English language. As such, when writers and speakers use English to describe golfers, golf courses, golf instruction, golf events and golf equipment, they use prepositions. You can have fun with Chicago golf and prepositions.
- To take a firm stance upon Edgebrook Golf Course’s, fifth hole fairway, he replaced the worn, plastic spikes in his golf shoes.
- While playing the 14th hole at George Dunne National Golf Course, they saw a lightning bolt, so they immediately ran for cover under a large tree.
- By skipping the 16th and 17th holes at Indian Boundary Golf Course, the foursome were able to finish their rounds by 8 p.m.
- In the summer, Sydney R. Marovitz Golf Course is a busy place.
- Her golf ball flew onto the putting green at Marquette Park Golf Course’s, ninth hole, but it rolled into tall grass.
To play these golf courses, Chicagoans and visitors will need to wait until spring begins since only George Dunne National Golf Course and Indian Boundary Golf Course are currently open. By that time, which is March 20 in 2013, snow may or may not be on the ground. If you play golf at that time, you are likely to encounter many Canada geese.
Golf Shoe Soft Spikes
To maintain proper stances on golf course fairways, golfers should wear golf shoes. Most Chicago-land golf courses prohibit the use of metal-spiked shoes, but they allow golfers who wear soft-spiked (plastic) shoes.
George Dunne Entrance Sign
By going to the entrance for George Dunne National Golf Course, golfers will view their cracked, wooden sign. This Forest Preserve Golf Course is by Central Avenue and 159th street in Oak Forest, Ill.
Indian Boundary Scorecard Montage
This is a montage of the front and back of the scorecard for Indian Boundary Golf Course in Chicago, Ill. On land in northwestern Chicago, Indian Boundary golf course has a total par of 72.
Sydney Marovitz Golf Course Monument
This monument is in a park on Chicago’s, northeast side. It is close to the golf course’s, first hole. By Lake Michigan, strong winds from the east can blow water onto this monument’s, stone facade.
Ninth Hole Putting Green-Marquette Pk. G.C.
At the rear of the putting green for Marquette Park Golf Course’s, ninth hole is the rough area. This area consists of grass that is slightly taller than the grass on the putting green. Golfers who hit their balls over the putting green, or with insufficient spin, will land their balls in the rough area.