From left: the Santa Catalina Mountains at Oro Valley Country Club; Ravinia Green Country Club has private event space for events such as weddings; the golf course at Rolling Green Country Club

Plus Three

New acquisitions in two states

BY ALEX ETHRIDGE I Wedding photo by Jimmy Tan

ClubCorp's latest additions extend the company's reach in Arizona and Illinois - giving you more opportunities for golf, food, and fun. Take a look!

ORO VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB
Oro Valley, Ariz.
Sitting at the foot of the Santa Catalina Mountains, ClubCorp's first Tucson-area club takes full advantage of its scenic environs with 6,000 square feet of covered outdoor space and a 3,200-square-foot ballroom overlooking the walk-friendly 18-hole golf course. The picturesque course, which has hosted a Women's Pac-10 tournament and U.S. Open and Arizona Open qualifiers, features a signature closing hole shaded by Pusch Ridge and accented with a lake and waterfall.
Stick around: After your round, head to the grill at the 28,000-square-foot clubhouse for entrees such as a scallop and prawn risotto with sun-dried tomatoes, capers, toasted pine nuts, Parmesan, and basil chiffonade.

Get ready for family fun at ClubCorp's first two country clubs in the Chicago area:

RAVINIA GREEN COUNTRY CLUB
Riverwoods, Ill.

In addition to a scenic 18-hole championship golf course, complete with caddy services, the club features six Har-Tru tennis courts, three swimming pools, and casual and formal dining.
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The clubhouse's 5,000-square-foot grand ballroom and the lush golf course unveil an ideal backdrop for weddings and other special events.

ROLLING GREEN COUNTRY CLUB
Arlington Heights, Ill.
This club comes with a rich history dating back to 1924. The appropriately named 1924 Bar and Grill provides a casual setting for a bite to eat after a round on the 18-hole, 6,620-yard golf course. Other amenities include member wine lockers, a fitness center, formal dining room, and private event space.
Enrich your game: Play like a pro with the assist of one of the club's caddies, many of whom have earned Evans Scholarships from the Western Golf Association.

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