Illinois Valleys Oldest and Most Beautiful 18 Hole Golf Course
We are a public 18-hole course in LaSalle County. Senica’s Deer Park Golf Club has served the golfing and social needs of the Illinois Valley since its founding in 1904. Enjoy 110 acres of manicured rolling fairways in a park like setting.
The Deer Park clubhouse dining room ambience and setting overlooking the beautiful golf course and outside patio make dining very pleasant and enjoyable. Great many selections, delicious meals, and quality service at just the right touch. A spacious bar, lounge, and card-room adjoining dining room.
The Club sponsors and promotes a wide variety of golf outings and competitions for members and their guests during the golfing season. In addition, special play days are schedule for area organizations and businesses.
Included in the Clubhouse are the full line pro shop, club storage, and locker facilities. The pro shop stocks quality lines of clothing for men and women, clubs, shoes, and other golfing needs. A driving range and large putting green complement the course.
Individual and group golf lessons are offered, as well as an extensive youth program.
The Club’s fully watered 18-hole course is enhanced by a swimming pool and a separate toddlers’ wading area, locker rooms, and a snack bar.
The “Nineteenth Hole” provides a welcome respite after a pleasant round of golf.
Golfing and social memberships are available in a variety of categories. Certain membership categories may be limited in number.
Senica’s Deer Park Golf Club has served a golfing and social needs of the Illinois Valley well since its founding in 1904. It is a public 18-hole course in LaSalle County.
This elegant and exclusive course was built on rolling landscape that features some extremely narrow fairways. Numerous mature trees can affect your shots, and water hazards come into play on a number of holes. Senica’s Deer Park Golf Club borders the quiet, breath-taking beauty of rock formations in addition to unusual and abundant vegetation and wildlife of 1,938 acre, Matthiessen State park.