Cog Hill #3 intertwines with course #1 in the southwest portion of the club property. Rolling hills and undulating greens define the course. Water is only in play on 4 holes. Cog Hill has some of the best practice facilities in the Chicagoland area.
Cog Hill has 4 courses. Course 1 and 3 intertwine in the southwest portion of the property. Image courtesy of Google Maps.
This image is zoomed in on the southwest area of Cog Hill where Courses 1 and 3 are located. Image courtesy of Google Maps.
Cog Hill Course #3 Scorecard
The scorecard has the pin placement zones for each green. The day's zone is at the first tee box.
Other Photos from Cog Hill Golf & Country Club
This giant sign is near the practice green for Dubsdread.
The path into the main clubhouse at Cog Hill.
I'd love to know the backstory on this guy.
Cog has smartly adopted a consistent color scheme for their courses. Course #1 always has blue signage, on course, in the scorecard, etc. Course #3 is red.
No, thank *you* Frank & Joe!
"Have the caddy put them in the black sedan."
This is really cool. For one day in July, they setup Dubsdread as it was for the PGA Tour's 2011 BMW Championship, won by Justin Rose at -13. Rose shot a ridiculous 8-under 63 in round 1, and finished the tournament with an even-par 71. Us mere mortals could play that setup for $195. They do this periodically throughout the summer, with other year setups too.