Situated on rolling, wooded terrain that nature ideally intended for such a venue, Bent Creek is a course that will test the skills of both the casual and serious golfer.
What makes Bent Creek unique is the way each hole is laid out. Lush and sloped greens... a mix of tight and open fairways... well packed bunkers... natural and man-made water hazards... hundreds of mature oaks, weeping willows and pines provide a well-designed course that is as scenic as it is demanding.
Overall, Bent Creek consists of 106 acres with 18 holes that play over 6,500 yards from the blue tees. The longest holes, number's 1 and 16, are 520 yards, and the shortest hole is number 2 at 145 yards. The Don Herfort designed golf course is more than 40 years old and has undergone a series of dramatic improvements through the years.
Today, Bent Creek is touted as one of the best in the southwest suburbs, with arguably the finest greens anywhere in the Twin Cities. And one thing Bent Creek's members can always depend on - is the excellent playing condition of the course. This is due to the dedication and hard work of Golf Course Superintendent Tom Notch.