Guests of Members are welcome to use The Club’s facilities including the clubhouse, pool, pickleball and golf course. Please note, however, that Members are totally responsible for their guests at all times.
Tell me about Clubhouse Dining
Lunch and Dinner reservations are strongly recommended. For reservations, please call the Club at 219-872-8624. Dining facilities are only open to members and their guests.
What does Pottawattomie offer its Members?
Pottawattomie Country Club offers its Members - young and older alike - a special place where family and friends can relax and have fun in a warm, comfortable atmosphere. The many amenities offer a wide variety of dining and entertainment options for Members and guests, away from the stresses of day-to-day life.
Its vibrant membership of young families, executives, and community leaders share lifelong memories of friendship, fun, and leisure in our comfortable cocktail lounge and dining rooms. Pottawattomie has regularly scheduled social events for the entire family, including dances, theme parties, board games, wine tastings, specialty dinners, weekly family night dinners, cocktail parties, and celebrations year-round! Join us!
When is the Golf Shop and Driving Range open?
Tuesday-Friday: 7:30am - 7:00pm, with tee times beginning at 8:00am.
Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays: 7:00am-7:00pm, with tee times beginning at 7:30am.
Range balls are available when the Golf Shop opens.
Where does the name "Pottawattomie" come from?
The Club is named for an Indian Tribe, originally known as Potawatanubñk or Potawaganiñ (i. e. “People of the place of the fire”) who migrated to the Great Lakes area in the 1600’s from the Eastern US. By the beginning of the 19th century, the Pottawattomie were in possession of the country around the head of Lake Michigan, from Milwaukee River in Wisconsin to Grand River in Michigan, extending southwest over a large part of northern Illinois, east across Michigan to Lake Erie, and south in Indiana to the Wabash River. Within this territory they had about 50 villages, with at least two of those villages located nearby the current site of Pottawattomie Country Club.