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News Briefs: New clubhouse for Glencoe Golf Club; Upgraded space for At Properties; Opening day for rebranded golf course

The Glencoe Golf Club received quite the gift for its 100th birthday.

An anonymous donor gave $125,000 in matching funds to support a new clubhouse through the newly created Friends of the Glencoe Golf Club.

According to an email from the golf club, “The proposed clubhouse will feature a dining room for up to 140 people, an indoor/outdoor bar and a private conference/party room. The interior design will feature floor to ceiling glass throughout, for magnificent views of the golf course and the sunset.”

The project will also include other amenities, such as golf simulators, a family-friendly event lawn, a community garden and a croquet court, among other items.

The club also held a sold-out golf outing and dinner on Friday, Aug. 13.

For more information or to donate, visit

Representatives from At Properties and the chamber of commerce cut the ribbon on the updated office space on July 28. | Photo Submitted

At Properties welcomes all to upgraded storefront

With help from the Winnetka-Northfield-Glencoe Chamber of Commerce, At Properties cut the ribbon on its newly renovated office in Winnetka on July 28.

According to a release from the real-estate brokerage, the location at 30 Green Bay Road was “fully rehabbed over the past six months” and was led by FORM Design Studio, of Chicago, and Kinga Mrozek, At Properties’ vice president of office operations.

Highlights include a new storefront and updated reception area, conference rooms and offices.

“Since opening in Winnetka a decade ago, At Properties has helped thousands of local residents buy and sell homes in this town, and we’ve developed a special relationship with the community,” said Tom Downing, managing broker of At Properties’ Winnetka office, in the release. “Our new space is a reflection of the love we have for Winnetka, and positions us well to serve the area for the next decade and beyond.”

The firm’s Winnetka office manages 170 local agents.  

Heritage Oaks (formerly Sportsman’s) ready for Aug. 16 debut

The Northbrook Park District is reopening Sportsman’s Country Club as Heritage Oaks on Tuesday, Aug. 16, according to press release from the district.

The occasion is being marked by a community open house from 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 14, at 3535 Dundee Road.

“Heritage Oaks Golf Club, with its tree-lined 27 holes of golf, practice range equipped with TrackMan technology, golf academy and indoor golf simulators, offers something for everyone,” the release says. “With the elevated
Acorn Grill + Terrace overlooking the Audubon-certified courses, Heritage Oaks Golf Club welcomes
you ― for golf, for a meal, for a timeless experience.”

Heritage Oaks Golf Club features 27 holes of golf through two courses: the Classic 18 and the Legacy 9.

Some of the course’s renovations include regraded greens on the Classic 18; new tees locations, including five levels on the Classic 18 and six on the Legacy 9; new drainage systems; a renovated practice range with ball-tracking technology; and an expanded putting green and additional short-game practice area.

For more information or to make a tee time, visit

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This article was developed using publicly available information, such as press releases, municipal records and social media posts.

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