Indoor Practice

Keep Improving your Game even in the Off-season at “The Cube”

Our state-of-the-art indoor training facility provides access to the programs and tools used by many PGA Tour professionals to allow focused training on all aspects of your game while providing measurable feedback to take your game even further.

Our Indoor Facility is Closed for the Summer

While we don't keep regular summer indoor hours, if you wish to practice, please call us at 847-850-0956 to inquire about an available time

Rates and Schedule

Off-Peak Practice Rates

$40 for 60 minutes

($20 for each additional 30 min.)

Peak Practice Rates

$50 for 60 minutes

($25 for each additional 30 min.)

Public Practice Hours - Winter only

M–F: 9:00am – 6:00pm
Sat: 8am – 3pm
Sun: 2pm – 6pm

Peak rates are in effect 
M-F: 4pm – close 
Sat & Sun: All Day

Train Like the Pros

Our 13,000-square foot indoor facility—equipped with 7 Trackman simulators, custom Wellputt training surface, and 4,000-square feet of putting and short game areas—is open in the fall, winter and spring, allowing for year-round development of your game.

Practice any Shot

TrackMan is the leading golf simulator on the market today. Measure multiple club and ball data metrics in the Trackman driving range, participate in worldwide virtual tournaments, or test your skills on over 120 of the world’s greatest courses.

Our favorite feature of Trackman is the Target Practice Range. With a few simple clicks, you can work on every shot imaginable: a high lob over the sand, a 100-yard wedge shot over water to a front pin, a long iron to a raised green.

Track your Progress

The latest upgrade by Trackman Golf is their updated Trackman app. Download the app, scan the QR code in our Trackman simulator and you are ready to begin. Progress over weeks and months can be tracked and displayed on the Trackman app. It’s an incredibly useful tool in understanding the strengths and weaknesses of your game. Please ask a TGP staff member for more info.

Schedule a

Private Lesson


“The Cube”