Legendary Dubsdread was built in 1964 and hosted the PGA Tour's Western Open and later the BMW Championship. It maintains a spot in both Golf Digest and Golf.com's top 100 public courses. An exceptionally challenging course that tests a golfer's mettle at every opportunity. Tiger Woods set the course record with a 62 in the 2009 BMW Championship here in 2009, a tournament he won by 8 strokes.
Cog Hill has 4 courses. Courses 2 and 4 are located in the northeast portion of the property. Image courtesy of Google Maps.
This image is zoomed in on the northeast area of Cog Hill where Courses 2 (Ravines) and 4 (Dubsdread) are located. Image courtesy of Google Maps.
Cog Hill Course #4 - Dubsdread Scorecard
Dubsdread has 6 tee boxes and a combo, hybrid tee box that alternates between the blue and white tees. Note the insane 78.0 rating and 153 slope from the black tees.
Dubs has two holes over 600 yards from the back tees! A whopping 7,554 yards from Championship distance.
Other Photos from Cog Hill Golf & Country Club
An enormous sign by the Dubsdread practice green reminds you where you are.
Dubs hole #1 signage.
Who was this fella? I'd love to know.
The gratitude is all on this side of the fence, Frank & Joe! Thank *you*!
"Have the caddy put them in the black sedan." This framed photo is in the basement of the main clubhouse.
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.