The Harvest Invitational Tournament was created to provide Chicago area golfers an opportunity to ignite the fire of competition, enjoy healthy camaraderie, and bring the golf season to an end in style. The field is open to two-man teams with at least one belonging to a CDGA member club.
WHAT & WHEN
The format for The Harvest Invitational Tournament is 36 holes of Stableford competition. Following a complimentary practice round, 18 holes of better ball and 18 holes of combined score will be played to determine the year's Harvest champions.
"Organized to foster the game of golf and encourage outdoor sports."
So says the club's original charter penned by the club's founders on December 7th, 1901. It's exactly why we exist to this day. The Donald Ross track once again serves as host for this fall finale.
REAPING THE REWARDS OF SUMMER
THE HARVEST IS HERE...
Our founders envisioned a place to relax. A place to lay low. A place to entertain. A place to gamble. A place to spend long summer days and cool autumn evenings. Calumet Country Club was created for just that purpose. One of the founding clubs of the Chicago District Golf Association, Calumet originally held court at 95th & Cottage Grove on the city's South Side before Donald Ross laid his hands on an old potato farm in sleepy Homewood. He created what would become considered one of Chicago's sternest championship courses, much of which is enjoyed by members to this day who come to the club for many of the same reasons as those over a hundred years ago.
The Harvest Invitational Tournament was created to allow its members and those belonging to other area clubs to put a bow on the Chicago golf season the right way - amongst friends on a testy track with a little fresh on the line. If you're reading this, then you've been invited. We hope you can be a part of what we feel will be a staple of the Chicago golf scene in no time.
Calumet Country Club
175th & Western Avenue
P.O. Box 1039
Homewood, IL 60430
Golf Shop: (708) 799-2230