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    The Difference Between a Par, a Birdie, and a Bogey

    Last updated 9 months ago

    Every golfer has her own style and skills. Par is a helpful tool that allows players to aim for realistic goals by providing an average number of strokes for each hole.

    Watch this video to learn about scoring in golf. A player meets par if she makes the ball into the hole within the number of strokes set forth by the course. If a player is one under par, she receives a birdie. If she is one over par, she receives a bogey.

    You can see how you stack up here at Chevy Chase Country Club! Call us at (847) 465-2304 to learn about our golf club, lessons, and tee times in Wheeling. 

    Ballroom Dancing This Wednesday Night

    Last updated 9 months ago

    Dust off your hat and shine your shoes! Ballroom Dancing returns this coming Wednesday, July 24. The Historic Grand Ballroom at Chevy Chase Country Club features a 6,000 square foot original 1920’s hardwood dance floor, the perfect space for doing your favorite dance.

    Learn a new dance every month with Bob & Penny Urbon of Ballroom Chicago from 7:00-7:30. They will get you started with the basics of the dance. This month learn the Cha Cha.

    This month’s featured orchestra is the Steve Cooper Orchestra. They will kick things off with open dancing at 7:30.

    Just $13 per person. Cash bar available.

    Click here for a full 2013 dance calendar

    Chevy Chase Country Club Review

    Last updated 9 months ago

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    • Jan and Wendy were amazing. They went above and beyond to attend to our every need and made us feel like family. Joe is sooo amazing! I sincerely hope we have the pleasure of working with him again in the future!

      Taylor Hughes

    A Guide to Basic Golf Terminology

    Last updated 9 months ago

    Summer provides a great opportunity to get outside and have some fun! You can take advantage of this warm weather by spending time here at Chevy Chase Country Club. Our golf course offers an exciting and inviting space to enjoy the sunshine and make memories with friends. Make the most out of your time on the golf course by brushing up on some basic terminology:

    This term refers to the first part of a golf swing. Players tend to start with their clubs directly behind the ball before the backswing. Players then move the club away from the ball, stopping when their closed fists are near their shoulders. It is important to practice the backswing to gain more control.

    Many players enlist the help of caddies during their time on the golf course. Caddies are responsible for carrying and transporting clubs and staying on top of cleaning and other chores. Players may also ask their caddies for advice on which club to use for each shot.

    Golf is a unique sport where players must rely on clubs to help them hit the ball. The right clubs make all the difference out on the golf course! A player’s grip refers to the hold he has on the golf club. It also refers to the top part of the club. Different grips offer different advantages.

    This term describes the expected number of strokes a player should have for each hole on the golf course. Players want to get the ball in the hole in as many shots as the par number or fewer. If you come across a par-3 hole, for example, your goal will be to get the ball in the hole in three shots or fewer.

    Are you ready for a round of golf? Contact the friendly staff at Chevy Chase Country Club in Wheeling today! Give us a call at (847) 465-2304 for more information about our golf course and lessons.

    Benefit Golf Outing

    Last updated 9 months ago

    Chevy Chase Country Club along with the Wheeling Park District and School District #21 are partnering to support the Family Learning Program. This unique initiative provides educational life skills to parents of second language families in School District #21 while their children enjoy supervised recreation activities. Providing these opportunities helps make our community a better place to live.

    All are cordially invited to attend and play in this great event hosted on Wednesday, August 7 on the great Traditions at Chevy Chase Golf Course.

    • 11:00 am Shotgun Start
    • 4:00-5:00 Cocktails
    • 5:00 pm Dinner & Raffles

    CLICK HERE for more information on this great event or to register your group.
    See you on the links! 

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