5000 West 147th Street,
Illinois (IL) 60445,
- +1 708 388 0596
23 miles SW of Chicago
Members and their guests only
Herbert J. Tweedie, Bob Lohmann, Dick Nugent, Ray Hearn
Midlothian Country Club was formed in 1898 and the course was laid out for the members by Herbert J. Tweedie. The club soon took golfing center stage, hosting the US Women’s Amateur in 1907 and the US Open in 1914, won by Walter Hagen.
Unfortunately, following a 1970s renovation, not too many of the original strategic hazards remained, but in 2014 the club commissioned Ray Hearn to develop a master plan to return the course to its original design intent.