Rolling Hills at Silver Lake Country Club in Orland Park, Illinois is a popular 9-hole short course that has been dubbed Chicago s top executive course many times since it debuted in the early 1960s. This fun course is ideally suited for juniors, seniors, and novices, and for anyone who wants to work on their short game. Rolling Hills complements the North and South eighteens at Silver Lakes Country Club, a 45-hole facility that stands out at one of the premier multi-course, daily-fee facilities in all of Illinois. Rolling Hills at Silver Lake Country Club is a picturesque par-29 layout that consists of seven par 3s and two par 4s that play back-to-back. While it may be short the holes measure from 100 yards to 302 yards from two sets of tee markers the playing field draws raves for its variety of challenging holes, exciting hilly golf grounds, and smooth, fast greens. A creek twists across the fairways of four holes and runs behind the green or beside the fairway of two other tests. Ravines add still more scenic splendor and challenge to the game. The undulating greens of Rolling Hills at Silver Lake Country Club are maintained to the same standard as the putting surfaces on the club s regulation courses. Putts roll fast and true many players rate the greens a highlight of the round. While most players opt for a cart, Rolling Hills at Silver Lake Country Club is fun to walk for anyone who doesn t have problems negotiating moderate hills. On any given day, the pace of play depends on how busy the course is and the skill levels of the groups ahead of you. If you want to warm up before your tee time at Rolling Hills at Silver Lake Country Club, practice facilities for the entire golf operation include a grass driving range with target greens and a dedicated short game area with fairway grass and a sand bunker and a putting green. The clubhouse features a pro shop and a restaurant that offers breakfast and lunch items seasonally between May and September. Rolling Hills stays open well into the fall until the Chicago weather worsens and shuts things down until spring. When you are in Chicagoland and you don t have time for a full round or if you simply want to test your skills on a first-rate executive course, make a tee time to play Rolling Hills at Silver Lake Country Club.