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Southland Center, A Ho-Chunk Nation Enterprise
The newly renovated Southland Center has 100,000 square feet of space. This includes state-of-the-art Desso Turf, four hardwood basketball courts, a full service restaurant and bar, as well as a concession stand.
Sanctuary Golf Course
Along with 18 superbly conditioned holes of golf, The Sanctuary has an excellent grass practice range, short game area, putting green, full service golf shop with PGA Professional Bob Schulz. The Bunker Grill has great food and beverage offerings. For those who want a challenging golfing experience at a great price, there are few better choices than The Sanctuary, anywhere! Book your tee-time now at 815- 462-GOLF (4653) or book on-line.
Lansing Country Club
Private golf and fishing club offering bocce, bean bags and numerous events all year long. Open to the public for golf on Mondays. The club's banquet facilities are available to non-members for special events, weddings, showers and meetings.
Odyssey Golf Course & Banquets
This 18-hole championship course was designed by two-time U.S. Open Champion Curtis Strange. It's a masterpiece of lush fairways and manicured greens.
Glenwoodie Golf Club
18-hole Championship Golf Course is one of the oldest public golf facilities. Originally built in the 1920s. Senior tees available. New Club House in 2011. Traditional layout.
Ravisloe Country Club
Only public Donald Ross course in Illinois. Ranked 6th best public course in Illinois in 2014 (Golf Magazine) and 20th best course in the U.S. in 2015 (Golf Advisor).
Water's Edge Golf Club
Championship Golf; GSP golf carts; bentgrass tees; fairways and greens; lighted driving range; breakfast, lunch dinner and beer specials, golf outings and private events; name-brand merchandise.
The folks at Brixen Ivy pride themselves on catering to your group as you catch the Cubs game across the street. Their rooftop facility was built from the ground up specifically with group events in mind. The result is a state-of-the-art facility that offers your group a chance to watch the game, socialize in a climate-controlled bar or on private decks—all while taking in the game outside, through soaring windows, or on one of the many big-screen TVs.
George Dunne National Golf Course
Forest Preserve golf course with practice facility.
Beyond the Ivy
Beyond the Ivy offers three rooftop experiences for watching a Cubs game—each with its own vibe. The 1010 Waveland Avenue location is their largest rooftop, holding as many as 100 guests—perfect for group outings. Beyond the Ivy at 1038 Waveland Avenue has a modern décor that feels more like a nightclub. Beyond the Ivy at 1048 Waveland Avenue has a classic vibe with a bar-like setting that’s decked out with plenty of Cubs memorabilia—perfect for longtime Cubs fans.
Chicago Sports Museum
The Chicago Sports Museum combines hi-tech interactive experiences—including skill challenges and simulated experiences—with unique sports memorabilia and an impressive collection of game-used treasures and other artifacts.
Sheffield Baseball Club
This brand-new rooftop facility features over 9,000 square feet of space when enjoying the Cubs game across the street. The rooftop offers stadium-style seating that gives you a complete view of Wrigley Field. Outside you’ll also find a large covered bar, umbrella-covered tables and plenty of plasma TVs. Large groups can also enjoy the game from two other levels: the stadium club and All-Star suite where you’ll find state-of-the-art amenities and upgraded food menus.
Tuckaway Golf Club
18 hole championship golf course with 1st class practice facilities. Full service restaurant and banquet facility.
Upscale nightclub newly renovated to create a spectacular nightlife experience. Available for corporate, social and philanthropic occasions. Let us work with you to make your event a success.
Waters Edge Golf Club
This course was chosen as one of Golf Digest's Best Places to Play.
Ivy League Baseball Club
This brand-new Wrigley rooftop was built from the ground up in 2010 to take advantage of the stunning views while also offering guests unparalleled comfort during the game. Five levels, the most of any Wrigley rooftop, provide many different ways to enjoy the game—from outdoor stadium-style seating atop the rooftop to three levels of indoor lounges. Each one is accessible by elevator and features its own restrooms, full-service bars with premium draft beers and wine, as well as their own food service.
Wrigley View Rooftops
Located just left of the third-base line, this rooftop offers a unique view of Wrigley Field. Your vantage point gives you a clear site line to home plate and a sweeping view of the bleachers and historic scoreboard in centerfield. Guests have access to four areas of this facility: Wrigley View Lounge, Stadium Club, Stadium Buffet and the outdoor Sky Deck where you’re rewarded with panoramic views of not just Wrigley Field, but also the city.
Wrigley Field Rooftop Club
Located down the right field line, Wrigley Field Rooftop Club is one of the closest rooftops to home plate, and even closer than some seats in the ballpark. Built in 2008, this is one of the largest rooftop facilities overlooking Wrigley Field, offering over 9,000 square feet of space on three levels: the Rooftop Level, the Stadium Club Level and the exclusive MVP Suites, with a clear view of the game from each seat.
Michael Jordan Statue
All day long, and both prior to and after United Center events, people from all over the world come to visit and have their picture taken in front of one of Chicago's most famous and recognizable landmarks.
Deer Creek Golf Club
This University Park golf course is rated 3-1/2 stars by Golf Digest, and has been host to several major Chicago-area golf events.
University Golf Club & Conference Center
18-hole championship golf course; Restaurant, full menu; live entertainment; weekend breakfast/brunch; Banquet & Meeting facility, custom design to fulfill your special event.
Skybox on Sheffield
Catch a Cubs game from one of the original Wrigley rooftops. Skybox on Sheffield is perched just inside Wrigley Field’s right field foul pole and offers spectacular views of the field just across the street. Renovated in 2011, Skybox on Sheffield offers four luxurious levels, including a three-tier outdoor roof deck, a lavish indoor clubhouse and 150 stadium seats. Guests will also enjoy a three-course menu served with an extensive beer selection from Goose Island.
Murphy’s Rooftop offers the most intimate setting among the Wrigley Field rooftops. You may recognize it as the rooftop adorned with the Harry Caray lighted sign. The rooftop holds just 75 guests and is perfectly situated just beyond the bleachers, giving you a ballpark vibe without the big crowds and long lines. Plenty of food and beer are just a few steps away. And as a bonus, Murphy’s Bleachers is located right below—a Wrigleyville institution that’s been a favorite hangout not just for Cubs fans, but also for many Cubs players over the years.
Down the Line Rooftop
Down the Line Rooftop is perched along the first base line in right field, just 448 from home plate. You’ll have a stunning view of Wrigley Field and can mill about between two different levels that are home to bars, large-screen TVs and climate-controlled spaces. Picture windows in the bar just below the rooftop give you floor-to-ceiling views of Wrigley Field.