KemperSports renewed at Highland Park CC

KemperSports announced today that the Park District of Highland Park has renewed their contract with the company to manage Highland Park Country Club — a historic Dick Nugent-designed golf course that recently celebrated its' 50th anniversary.

Originally a private country club, Highland Park Country Club was purchased by the City of Highland Park and immediately turned into a municipal course on Chicago’s North Shore. The walkable routing delivers plenty of drama with several risk/reward opportunities throughout the course. The adjacent Highland Park Golf Learning Center offers 50 grass and mat lighted hitting stations with performance club fitting, PGA professional instruction, short game area and miniature golf.

In addition to golf, Highland Park Country Club offers a full-service clubhouse and pro shop with banquet space for more than 350 guests.

“Highland Park Country Club has remained a tremendous community asset for North Shore golfers,” said KemperSports CEO Steve Skinner. “We look forward to continuing to provide a great experience for golfers in the community.”

KemperSports has managed Highland Park Country Club since 2004.

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