Golf season is just around the corner and if you are bored of playing the same course with the same people, you should join Chicago and suburbs best golf tour.
The Weekly Challenge Golf Tour is a touring golf league that plays all over the Chicago Suburbs. The tour plays 22-25 tournaments a year. You can play in as many as you would like. Last year we had over 50 people cash in events. Tournaments are broken into 2-3 tiers, depending on the number of members playing. Average tournament size is 28-30 members. The tournament schedule is pretty evenly split between weekdays and Saturdays. We play some of the best public courses in the area and 4-5 Country Clubs every year
Registration is open now for the 2018 season. You will find the 2018 schedule, past results, general information and previous years statistics on our website. www.wcgt.com
The Weekly Challenge Golf Tour is wrapping up their 28th season. The WCGT schedule consisted of some of the top Chicagoland public and Private Country Clubs. WCGT will play 26 tournaments this year and between the 3 player tiers, there was 30 plus winners. Every golf tournament is run by a staff that is committed to the Tour and creating a fair and fun tournament. Other Chicago suburb golf leagues play 1 or 2 courses through the year, but WCGT stands out above the rest by playing 24 different courses. This is not just a golf league, it is a touring golf league. With their own handicap system, shooting your handicap will put you in the running to cash that tournament. Men and women golfers compete at all different skill levels. With only 2 tournaments left before the final Tournament of Champions, the season is wrapping up, but next year is right around the corner
The members of the Weekly Challenge Golf Tour competed in the 20th tournament of the year on Saturday at Randall Oaks Golf Club. A perfect day in the Chicago Suburbs for a golf tournament on a challenging course. WCGT is a traveling golf league playing a wide variety of great golf courses in the Chicago suburbs. The Weekly Challenge Golf Tour is known for fair competitive golf tournaments with members in their 30s to 70s, men and women
Mark Smolens shot the low score of the day and won the Eagle Class with a 76, net 68 score. This was Mark’s 2nd victory of the year. Charles Kimball won his first tournament of the year after a few close calls and took the senior division by 4 strokes. Michael Cox won his 2nd tournament of the year and won the birdie class after a tie breaker with Clark Sheldon. Congrats to all.
The Weekly Challenge Golf Tour completed their 19th golf tournament of the year on Saturday at The Bridges of Poplar Creek. WCGT is a touring golf league that plays many different Chicagoland Golf Course. The WCGT members had an outstanding day with many low scores. 2 players stood out from the rest and won their flight with great rounds. Rich Colecchia carded a net 66 and won the Eagle Class by 1 stroke. Stuart Duhl shot a net 64 and won the senior class by 4 strokes! Both players earned their 2nd win of the year. Hosting tournaments in the Chicago Suburbs, the Weekly Challenge Golf Tour is the #1 place for men and women golfers to play competitive golf with great prizes and do it all in a relaxed atmosphere. Most Chicago golf leagues play one or two golf courses in a year, The Weekly Challenge Golf Tour plays 25 different Chicago Suburb golf courses throughout the year. All tournaments ore handicap based, which means golfers at all levels can compete
The Weekly Challenge Golf Tour completed their 18th golf tournament of the year at Cress Creek Country Club in Naperville. It was a perfect day for a competitive golf tournament for the 33 men and women golfers. Michael Saltzman, Clark Sheldon and Ronald Mambu all posted impressive under 70 net scores and walked away with a win in their individual class. Michael Saltzman and Ronald Mambu are now entered into the growing field for the Tournament of Champions.
The Weekly Challenge Golf Tour is the top touring golf league in the Chicago Suburbs. Men and Women of all ages can be competitive in each tournament due to a WCGT handicap system that keeps scoring true and fair. The Chicagoland area has a lot of great public and private golf courses and WCGT plays some of the best.
The Weekly Challenge Golf Tour will be hosting a golf tournament on Monday at Cress Creek Country Club. WCGT plays golf tournaments at some of the top public golf courses in the Chicagoland area as well as some of the best private Country clubs in the Chicago suburbs. WCGT will bring 33 players to Cress Creek Country Club split into 3 different classes. The Weekly Challenge Golf Tour plays competitive golf tournaments following USGA rules. The Men and Women members of WCGT range in handicaps from 5 to 35 and all ages.
The Weekly Challenge Golf Tour played their 16th tournament of the year today at Cog Hill – Dubsdread. The previous host of the Western Open, Dubsdread proved to be a tough test for all but 1 of the 28 golfers. One of the best golf courses in the Chicago Suburbs played tough as expected even though it was a perfect day for a competitive golf tournament.
Brian O’Sullivan won the Eagle class earning his spot in the end of the year Tournament of Champions. Steve Bochenczak was in a “golf league” of his own and won his class with a net 70. Ray Wright won his 2nd tournament of the year and took home the first place prize in the Senior class.
WCGT is a more than a competitive golf league, it is a golf tour that has a long respected history. Playing some of the best courses in the Chicago suburbs along with using their own handicap system to keep scoring fair, WCGT is the top Amateur Golf Tour in the Chicagoland area
The Weekly Challenge Golf Tour is bringing their touring Chicago Golf League to Cog Hill Golf and Country club on Saturday, August 5th. The 28 men and women will be playing Cog Hill #4 – Dubsdread. This will be a challenging golf tournament for all the WCGT members. Dubsdread is one of Chicago suburbs toughest and most well know golf courses. The Weekly Challenge Golf Tour brings competitive golf to the best courses in the Chicago Suburbs and Dubsdread is no exception. Over the years, Dubsdread has challenged professionals and amateurs alike while hosting numerous PGA Tour and USGA tournaments.
The Weekly Challenge Golf Tour is more than a golf league, it is a tour! WCGT plays some of the top Chicago suburbs golf courses and each golf tournament includes men and women golfers with handicaps between 2-36.
On a beautiful, but windy day, the Weekly Challenge Golf Tour completed their 15th official competitive golf tournament of the year. On Saturday, 24 men and women competed at Bolingbrook Golf Club. The temperature was great and it stayed dry, but as always playing in southern Naperville brought the winds. Despite the wind, 2 players won their class with net 64 scores. Dennis Karns wins his 2nd tournament of the year and Bruno Styrczula wins his first tournament of the year after a couple of top finishes. Bruno now qualifies for the Tournament of Champions at the end of the year. In the Eagle class, David Baldwin wins his 2nd tournament of the year. Closest to the pin prizes were awarded to 4 different players. Prizes included free rounds of golf for 2 at Bolingbrook Golf Club.
The Weekly Challenge Golf Tour is not just a Chicago Suburbs Golf League, it is a Golf tour. Tournament play on some of the top golf courses in the Chicago Suburbs. If you are looking for something more than a typical Chicago Golf League, join WCGT next year and enjoy the Tour!
The Weekly Challenge Golf Tour will be hosting their 15th tournament of the year at Bolingbrook Golf Club in Bolingbrook, Il.
The challenging course offers elevated tees, rolling fairways and 7 lakes. Highlights include a true island green par-3 and 600 yard par-5 that should play with the prevailing wind.
Measuring 4,931 yards to 7,104 yards from 5 sets of tees, Bolingbrook Golf Club will prove to be both challenging and fair for players of all abilities and a terrific compliment to any function.
This 18-hole championship golf course was designed by acclaimed course architects, Arthur Hills and Steve Forrest.
WCGT, the Chicago Suburbs leading Men’s and Woman’s golf league, will bring a field of 24 players to this beautiful course on what is expected to be a perfect summer day. Defending champions Joe Chiaro, David Calhoun and Charles Kimball, in their respective fields, will not be participants, so the tournament is wide open to all players.
This is set up for another great Chicago Suburbs Golf Tournament, good luck to all the men and women golfers