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Father and son riding a golf cart.

White Pines to host final family golf night of the season Sept. 18

Bensenville, Ill.— Bring the whole family out for an evening of golf one last time at White Pines Golf Club’s popular Family Golf Night, beginning at 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18.
The tees have been moved up for the evening, and players can play at their own pace while enjoying a $3 meal deal that includes a hot dog, chips and drink.

PGA Manager Andrew Godfrey says, “It’s the final opportunity for families to come out and play the golf course at our White Pines Family Golf Night, featuring affordable rates and family-friendly tees for those of all skill levels to enjoy.”

Fees are just $5 for juniors 17 and under and $10 for adults. Carts are $10 per cart for players and $10 per non-playing rider.

The White Pines Golf Club’s two 18-hole championship courses, situated on more than 260 acres, has been a favorite among Chicago area golfers since 1928. The public course owned and operated by the Bensenville Park District is an excellent choice for players of all skill levels. Whether it’s an evening at the lighted driving range, a casual round with friends or an outing or special event, White Pines Golf Club offers the perfect setting to get “away from it all.” Course patrons are invited to take advantage of Monday-Thursday tee time specials and to enjoy food and drink at the 37 Bar & Grill. More information may be found at