Cog Hill Golf Course #4 Dubsdread

12294 Archer Ave
Lemont, IL 60439
866-COG-Hill
Pricing: $101 - $150
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Current Member Rating

Rating: 3.5

Pace of Play

3

Greens

3

Service

4

Value

4

Design/Layout

5

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Cog Hill # 4 - or Dudsdread is Located just SW of Chicago along highway 171. There are 4-18 hole courses here, #2 & #4 are the best tracts with #4,

Dubsdread, once the championship course for the PGA's Western Open for a number of years. It was originally designed by Dick Wilson and Joe Lee as a traditional parkland style course, and it matured into a classic layout over the years, and recently opened after a renovation by Rees Jones.

The #2 course, The Ravines is a parkland style as well and opened in 1929, with a routing that has tree lined-fairways, ravines, water, bunkers, and smallish, fast and undulating greens.

The other courses here are good solid layouts, always in great condition, with lower green fees.



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Posted by: onintwo

Dec 5th, 2012

Got out one last time before winter sets in on a wonderful Indian Summer day. Great golf course, more visually intimidating than it is difficult. Just have to trust your yardages and when you miss an approach and are on the wrong sector of the green; you must have tremendous lag putting. Tons of fun to play!

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Posted by: Golftop18

Mar 11th, 2012

This historic stop on the PGA tour is famous for its bunkering, with well over 100 traps on the course. What the course lacks in visual excitement or obvious water hazards, it makes up for in classic design elements. Tight fairways, small, undulating greens and lots of trees make for a golf round where the player must have his best stuff to score well. More of this review at GolfTop18!

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Posted by: jvetter

Sep 26th, 2011

For the everyday golfer this is just not a fun course. I think there's about 150 bunkers on No. 4 (Dubsdread). Almost every green is surrounded and flanked by bunkers on every side. This is the same as the fairway bunkers. I'll be shocked if a person isn't hitting a sand shot at least every other hole. The reality is there isn't a good balance here and it really detracts from the course itself. And at the price, a lot of us play Ruffled Feathers across the street instead. In the Chicago land area, Dubs isn't any better than some of the $80-$100 muni courses. It just feels and plays like an overpriced sand box. I was not wowed by the course, it was not that attractive and I will not be returning soon. Unless I have some friends visiting who have the itch.

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Posted by: nuyak5

May 1st, 2011

Dubsdread gets all the attention, but I prefer the Ravines, very different than your typical Chicagoland golf course, there is actual elevation changes. Playing 6639 yards and 71.8/124 from the blues, Ravines is much harder than the posted slope and rating, always in great shape, and a good solid test.

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Posted by: EddMcCl

Oct 24th, 2009

Man-sized golf course, very challenging. Fairways and rough are in great shape. Greens are excellent for so late in the year. Though the sand in traps is still a little heavy. Snack bar is excellent but a little expensive. Cost is a little high but not too bad with the tee time book. Definitely rates a replay however.

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