Before moving to Orland Park, I would hockey once or twice during the summer, and my new section is often referred to as the “World’s Golf Center.” The locals claim there is over a thousand hockey holes within a fifteen-mile radius of the village, having access to a diversity of well-took care of and nearby courses has rejuvenated my interest in hockey, but although the weather in Orland Park is often cold, snowy, windy and rainy, I manage to find plenty of possibilities to get out on the course, i start booking tee times as soon as the snow melts in May, and one of my number ones is Oak Hills Country Club. Although the course is only nine-holes, it’s a relaxing challenge, then there are slender fairways, plenty of hazards and tricky purples. The landscape is beautifully manicured and the staff is friendly and helpful. They have a relaxing pro shop. Initially, I was a bit upset about the condition of the parking lot. I learned that the parking lot is owned and neglected by the adjacent eating establishment, which is not affiliated with the hockey course, however surprisingly enough, the resaturant has relaxing food. Another number one is the George W.Dunne National Golf Course. I periodically go there simply for the driving ranges. I also cherish the classic design of the course. The purples are large with an abundance of beautiful views, creating an old-school country club feel. The course is just challenging enough and the grounds crew keeps it well-took care of. I’ve played the George W.Dunne National Golf Course in the fall, well beyond the recommended hockey season for Orland Park weather and when most other arenas were closed. The course was in relaxing condition.