If you love golf, you have to love The Estates of Montefiori. After all, how often do you get a chance to live right next door to arguably the finest club in the state?

That would be Cog Hill, of course, home of the renowned Dubsdread course that hosted the Western Open from 1991-2006 and the BMW Championship four times in the decade since. Dubsdread is only one of the four championship courses that make Montefiori’s western neighbor one of the top golfing destinations in the world.

And if the 72 holes of Cog Hill aren’t enough, nearby neighbors Gleneagles and Ruffled Feathers are waiting in the wings.

Designed by IPGA Hall of Famer Charles Maddox, Gleneagles is one of few privately held clubs open to the public in Illinois. With a relaxed and casual atmosphere, the two, 18-hole traditional courses are the perfect place for an everyday golf outing.

Meanwhile, Ruffled Feathers Golf Club’s championship course earned “Best New Course” honors from both Golf Digest and Golfweek, and is considered one of the best public courses in the state. Designed by legendary course designer Pete Dye, the 18 holes at Ruffled Feathers are a one of kind experience not to be missed.

No matter how you swing it, life at Montefiori is a real hole in one.