Golf Course

Warwick Hills has been voted as one of the best-conditioned courses in the Midwest with some of the finest greens to putt. The course opened in June of 1957 and was home to the PGA Tour's Buick Open Tournament for over 50 years. Designed by Joe Lee, one of the greatest golf course architects of his time and a direct descendant of Robert E. Lee, Mr. Joe Lee created/renovated more than 200 golf courses, including several with PGA Tour pedigree. 

Warwick Hills Golf Course has 18 holes and four sets of tees for each hole which can provide a unique and challenging game every time out. The course has a 72 par - Tiger Woods and Billy Mayfair jointly hold the course record of 61. Warwick Hills was a favorite on the PGA Tour and is continuously upgraded and maintained with passion by our expert superintendent, Phil Owen, and his team.

We are now proudly hosting The Ally Challenge presented by McLaren! This PGA event takes place in September.