The Use of Riding Carts Prohibited the Weekend of May 7th and 8th
Since March 1st, 2022 Northern Illinois has received 14 inches of rain. The rain has almost been a daily occurrence and has caused the ground and the turf grass at Sycamore Golf Club to become saturated. Due to the extreme wetness we will not be allowing the use of riding golf carts this weekend, May 7th and 8th. Sycamore Golf Club takes pride in the condition of the playing surface we offer our customers and wish to continue to provide that type of surface for all who enjoy our facility. Allowing riding cart usage on our facility that is this saturated for the purpose of revenue generation or customer need will have long-term effects on golf course’s future condition. We wish to assure our customers that the Kishwaukee River that runs through our facility has remained in its banks and the golf course has not sustained any flooding at this time. We hope we will soon have several dry days in a row that will allow our facility to dry out and the use of riding carts will be allowed very soon. In the meantime all 18 holes of our are facility will remain open for walking play and the use of pushcarts. Please come and enjoy our facility the way golf was meant to be played. We apologize to those customers who need the use of a riding cart to enjoy the game of golf and we will be offering that use to you as soon as we possibly can.