Open since 1999, Stonewall Orchard has quickly earned its spot among Chicago's top public golf course facilities and has been named one of the state's top courses by Golf Digest for the past three years. Stonewall Orchard is the current home of the Illinois PGA's Section Championship and hosted U.S. Open qualifying in 2003, 2005, and 2009. Designed by renowned architect Arthur Hills, Stonewall Orchard is a true walk in nature and offers natural qualities often associated with golf in the Carolinas. With more than 65,000 mature pine and oak trees, the course features tranquil wetlands, plenty of wildlife and nary a hole that parallels another, offerine a very secluded experience. From the 4,968-yard junior short course to the 7,074-yard, par 72 championship layout, each hole provides its own identity and challenge to golfers of all skill levels. Offering the public a country club environment in a relaxed atmosphere, Stonewall Orchard is one golf course you'll want to play time and time again.