Course Review and Comments
Course was deeded to The Lake County Forest Preserve District with a deed restriction that the District would keep the course open in perpetuity. The District rolled up all of the greens and used them on another District course and closed the Fort Sheridan Course.
The greens at Fort Sheridan were as good or better than Old Elm's. The fairways required some grading and a new sprinkler system. Other than that all county had to do was cut the grass. They never paid the Army a cent for the land nor the greens.
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