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Panther Creek Country Club opened for play on June 6, 1992 and was professionally designed by PGA Hall of Fame golfer Hale Irwin. As host of the Memorial Health Championship presented by LRS, Panther Creek plays to an impressive 7,286 yards and presents a formidable test to the best players on the PGA’s, Korn Ferry Tour. With its 6 sets of tees, wide fairways and large putting surfaces Panther Creek will provide a complete test for the best golfers in the world while also providing an enjoyable round for players of all skill levels. Everyone is guaranteed to have fun at Panther Creek!

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At Panther Creek we believe in Professionalism. With a full complement of customizable packages available for your next corporate or charity event Panther Creek can provide everything you need for your next outing. All Pricing includes greens fees, cart rental and use of our world class driving range before play. We also specialize in creating a custom food and beverage menu to suit your specific needs so you can be sure your guests will have a great experience. 

The golf staff at Panther Creek will also help you organize your course games as well. Tell us what you want and we will set up the course with the best location for contests like, hole in ones, long drive holes and closest to the pin.  Our staff will be with you every step of the way to guide you through the planning process.

Once you experience a golf event at Panther Creek you will understand why so many groups return year after year. Golf event dates are limited and tend to book quickly so contact our Director of Golf for availability and pricing at 217- 546-4431

Golf Dress Code

To ensure proper attire on the golf course and practice areas, Panther Creek Country Club has adopted a Dress Code as follows:

  • Bathing suits, gym or jogging shorts are not considered acceptable.
  • Jagged or ribbed sole sport shoes may not be worn on the course or on the practice area
  • Golf shoes with soft spikes may be worn in the Golf Shop, the locker rooms and lounges and in the informal dining area. All other areas of the Clubhouse are restricted to non-spiked shoes.
  • Shirts for men must have sleeves and collars and must be worn at all times on the golf course and practice area.
  • Walking shorts (hemmed) with an out seam of at least sixteen inches are acceptable golf attire.
  • Halter or tank tops are considered improper attire for ladies.
  • Denim attire of any color, such as but not limited to jeans, pants, skirts, dresses, shirts or shorts are not considered acceptable golf course attire.

Note: Members are responsible for the observance of these rules by their guests. The golf shop and Golf Operations staff shall interpret and enforce the Dress Code. Non- compliance with above-described Dress Code may result in loss of golf privileges.