Casey Country Club is a Semi-Private, 9 hole golf course located in Casey, Illinois.
The Casey Country Club Golf Course first opened for play in 1928
The Casey Country Club Golf Course is a tree-lined course was built on predominantly flat terrain, but a few hills can cause uneven lies. Water hazards (a pond and ditches) come into play on five holes. The small greens are undulating and can be difficult to read. Four holes feature dogleg fairways, so having the skill to work the ball with a draw or a fade can be a real plus.
The course plays to a 9-hole par of 35 and 2,937 yards from the forward tees and a par-37 and 2,651 yards from the ladies tees.
An attraction at the course, located just behind the clubhouse, is the world’s largest golf tee.
Accepted into the Guinness World Records in 2013, the enormous wooden structure weighs in at 6,659 lbs. stands 30 feet and ½ inches tall, with a head diameter of 6.26 feet and a shaft diameter of 2.1 feet, and is held together by 60 gallons of glue and 120 lbs. of screws.