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The Electric Golf Club of Chicago

History

Online Dues Payment
You can now pay your Electric Golf Club dues online here.

The Electric Golf Club of Chicago was organized in 1923 by Joseph P. Simons, Sr.  The founding Committe included Al Brown, Joseph Fink, Frank Glassman, Cecil Hurtt, Frank Jaske, Walter Kelly, James J. Ryan, Joseph P. Simons Sr., Jack Stackhouse, William Steinmetz, Charles Weicensang, Saul Weinress, Arthur Wellman and Blaine Williams.  They scheduled six tournaments each year.  Its members were recruited from the Electric Golf Club of Chicago, an organization of sales and executives of manufacturers, agents, and distributors of electrical materials.

In 1930, the electrical contractors under Kelso and Collins wanted to become associated with this club, so the Electric Golf Club accepted the contracters and opened its membership to everyone connected with the electrical industry.

Purpose

The purpose of the Electric Golf Club is to promote friendly and cooperative relations throughout the electrical industry.

Qualifications for Membership

Any person working in or involved with the electrical industry is eligible to become a member of the Electric Golf Club.  

Dues are $75.00 per year.

2017 Outing Schedule:

Thursday, May 11 - St. Andrews Golf & Country Club, West Chicago
 Thursday, June 15 - Cog Hill Golf & Country Club, Lemont
 Thursday, July 13 – Arrowhead Golf Club, Wheaton
 Thursday, August 17  – White Pines, Bensenville
 Thursday, September 28 - Cog Hill Golf & Country Club, Lemont
 Tuesday, October 10 - St. Andrews Golf & Country Club, West Chicago



If you are interested in becoming a member of The Electric Golf Club, or would like to pay your membership dues online, click here.