Rich Harvest Farms is an ultra-private, 18-hole golf club and private estate located in Sugar Grove, Illinois. Built by entrepreneur Jerry Rich, it was named the fifth-best new private course in the U.S. by Golf Digest after opening in 1999. In 2003, the course made its debut on Golf Digest's "America's Greatest Golf Courses" list, where it remains today.
In addition to its membership, Rich Harvest Farms is also a world-class tournament venue, best known for hosting the 2009 Solheim Cup, where the U.S. team defeated Europe in the most successful event in LPGA history. The course will host the 2017 NCAA National Golf Championships, and the 2019 Western Golf Association's Western Junior. The club has also hosted multiple USGA qualifiers, the 2007 and 2014 NCAA Men's Division I Regional Golf Championship, the 2003 Western Junior, the 2015 Palmer Cup, and 2015 Western Amateur.
The property is home to the Kids Golf Foundation of Illinois a state-wide junior golf organization, founded by Rich and the late Don Springer, dedicated to bringing the sport of golf into the lives of children and providing them with opportunities for personal growth and career enhancement. The course is home to the Northern Illinois University Huskie Men's & Women's golf teams, as Rich is a proud NIU alum.
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