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Joliet Park Golf Courses

Inwood Golf Course opened in 1931 as a course tailored to the accurate player. The the front nine was renovated 1989, adding water on six of the nine holes. Inwood demands good course management, precise iron play, and a soft touch on its fast greens. At 6,196 yards and a par of 71, players must navigate around a well-kept course that will test a wide variety of golf skills.
Wedgewood Golf Course opened in 1970. Measuring 6,923 yards from the back tees, this par 72 course features large undulating greens protected by numerous bunkers. Water comes into play on ten holes, and wind is almost always a factor. Wedgewood is a complete test of power, touch, and course management.
Opened in 1926, Woodruff Golf Course is the oldest of the three Joliet Park District golf courses. Woodruff is a scenic, well-manicured course with sweeping elevation changes and small greens.
Inwood Golf Course opened in 1931 as a course tailored to the accurate player. The the front nine was renovated 1989, adding water on six of the nine holes. Inwood demands good course management, precise iron play, and a soft touch on its fast greens. At 6,196 yards and a par of 71, players must navigate around a well-kept course that will test a wide variety of golf skills.
Wedgewood Golf Course opened in 1970. Measuring 6,923 yards from the back tees, this par 72 course features large undulating greens protected by numerous bunkers. Water comes into play on ten holes, and wind is almost always a factor. Wedgewood is a complete test of power, touch, and course management.
Opened in 1926, Woodruff Golf Course is the oldest of the three Joliet Park District golf courses. Woodruff is a scenic, well-manicured course with sweeping elevation changes and small greens.