Settler's Hill isn't so much a golf course as it is a golf ODYSSEY. Nestled in the heart of Kane County, Settler's Hill lives up to its name with dramatic elevation changes across a layout that traverses a variety of landscapes--mature woodlands, vibrant wetlands and windswept highlands. The course's distinctive look underscores its unique history, as Settler's Hill may be the ultimate recycling success story. It occupies the site of a former Waste Management landfill and owes its rolling topography to this legacy. Heralded as one of Chicagoland's best buys for 18 holes, Settler's Hill is a favorite in Kane County and beyond. Here, links, parkland and water holes combine to create a truly varied and memorable golf experience. Quirky greens, deep bunkers and colorful seasonal wildflower displays add to the course's charm. Superb conditioning and a casual atmosphere make Settler's Hill welcoming and enjoyable for all levels of golfers. The course's west-central location in Batavia near the Fox River makes Settler's Hill a natural choice for meeting friends for a round or planning an outing. Settler's Hill is a Kane County Forest Preserve facility operated by GolfVisions Management, Inc. "Settler's Hill is a one-of-a-kind golf course with breathtaking views of the Kane County countryside," comments longtime general manager John O'Connor. "People who play Settler's Hill, love Settler's Hill!"