Located 30 minutes south of downtown Chicago and 10 minutes from O'Hare International Airport, the East Course is one of two 18-hole layouts at the popular White Pines Golf Club. The East, the shorter of the two layouts, is 6,371 yards from the back tees. The par-70 course also doesn't have as many bunkers or water penalty areas as the West, but it might be a little tighter. Originally opened in 1930 and designed by Jack Daray and renovated in 1986 by Dick Nugent, the course has a variety of doglegs with fairways lined by trees. In addition to the course, White Pines Golf Club also offers its Golf Dome, a large indoor practice facility that features five target greens and 50 hitting bays. There's also a golf academy that offers individual lessons from the club's professional staff. Inside the clubhouse is a golf shop, restaurant, bar and banquet facilities.