Weibring Golf Club | Est. 1964

Elevate your experience…. Everyday golfers, private feel.

Championship golf course, tournament-like conditions; the home of Redbird Golf.

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Located on the campus of Illinois State University.

Course Info

18 championship holes with practice putting green and short game area.
Hole-by-Hole Flyovers

Get a birds eye view of the course.

Weibring Golf Club

The Weibring Golf Club at Illinois State University was designed in 1962 by golf course architect Robert Bruce Harris. It was originally designed with a regulation length 9 hole course along the outside edges of the property with a shorter executive length 9 hole course in the middle. The course opened in May 1964 with University President Robert Bone hitting the first shot. During the 2000 season, the course was closed to undertake an extensive renovations project designed and coordinated by PGA Champions Tour Player and ISU Alumnus D.A. Weibring and his company Golf Resources, Inc. In September 2007, the golf course was renamed to Weibring Golf Club at Illinois State University in honor of D.A. and his many contributions to the ISU Men’s and Women’s Golf Teams, the golf course, and the university in general.