Course Details Gallery Summer Junior Camp Rates Book a Tee Time
Tournaments Upcoming Events Weddings and Banquets
Contact Us Directions & Address
Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4

Titleist Fitting Day April 18th
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
1/2 Hour Intervals for Fittings

Please call 431-2266 for appointment.

Welcome to Harrison Park Golf Course

Time for HP's biggest tournament of the year!!

      16th Annual

Michelob Ultra 2-Person Scramble

May 3th & 4th, 2014

Open To All Men and Women

Flighted After First Round




Harrison Park Members - $55.00

Non Harrison Park Members - $75.00

(Cart Optional both days)


Fee includes 2-day green fee, keg beer, soda, and food at the turn on Second Day.


Hole Prizes and Flight Prizes are available both days!!!

$10.00 SKINS GAME – Optional (100% payback)


Call Harrison Park G.C. at 431-2266 for more information or to sign up a team!

Harrison Park Golf Course is the premiere destination for a beautiful round of 18 in Danville, Illinois. Danville, for first time visitors, is located in east-central Illinois near Indiana. The town has a population of more than 33,000 citizens, and it is located within a convenient few hours from Chicago, Indianapolis and St. Louis, making it he perfect place for a getaway. The history of Harrison Park Golf Course in Danville dates back all the way to 1929, when Mr and Mrs. John Higgins Harrison, part owner and editor of the Commercial News, bought the Danville Country Club. Harrison donated the club to the City of Danville in memory of his mother Minta, charging the city only $1.

Golfers have come to Harrison Park Golf Course for more than 82 years, and they all react the same way -- they love our challenging yet relaxing layout. This is an 18-hole, par 72 course, and it features some of the most scenic golf in the region. The North Fork of the Vermilion River winds through the course and the picturesque hills create a backdrop unlike any other in Central Illinois. Our grounds total 235 acres of land, offering several amenities (bird watching, fishing and hiking) but, make no mistake, golf is the real attraction.