Rich Harvest Farms is a private, 18-hole, 1,800-acre golf course and country club near Sugar Grove, Illinois. The golf course is an extreme test of a golfer’s skill. Measuring well over 7,700 yards from the professional tees, the course requires precision with every shot. The famous fourth hole, Devil’s Elbow, has one of the most intimidating tree-lined tee boxes and fairways of any golf course. Rich Harvest Farms hosted the 2007 NCAA Central Regional Men’s Golf Championships and was the 2009 site of the Solheim Cup, the most prestigious event in women’s team golf. It was rated 5th Best New Private Golf Course by Golf Digest in 1997 and three years later, made Golf Digest America’s Greatest 100.