12294 Archer Ave,
Lemont, Illinois 60439
18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb.
No.4 Dubsdread: Dick Wilson & Joe Lee (1964), later redesigned by Rees Jones (2008) / Also at Cog Hill: No.1 Blue: David McIntosh (1927) / No.2 Ravines: David McIntosh & Bert Coghill (1929), later redesigned by Joe Lee & Rocky Roquemore / No.3 Red: Dick Wilson (1963).
Above distances are for the No.4 Dubsdread course. Also at Cog Hill are the following 18-hole courses: No.1 Blue (par-71, 6282 from back tees); No.2 Ravines (par-72, 6639 yds); No.3 Red (par-72, 6402 yds).
25 mi SW of downtown Chicago.
Cog Hill Golf & Country Club (No.4 Dubsdread course): The internationally acclaimed Cog Hill Golf & Country Club, located in the southwestern "hinterland" of Chicago, is home to four championship golf courses. Most famous of all is the No.4 (Dubsdread) course, which has hosted the highest level of tournaments. Since opening in 1964, "Dubsdread" has been rated among the Top 100 golf courses in the USA, and has hosted numerous USGA and PGA Tour events. In 2008, Rees Jones headed a renovation of this classic Dick Wilson design, which places a premium on shot-making with heavily bunkered landing areas and undulating putting surfaces.
The No.2 "Ravines" course also features a challenging championship layout with tree-lined fairways, ravines, water hazards and plenty of threatening bunkers. The course, along with the Dubsdread, is recognised as one of the top courses in Illinois, and was a qualification course for the 1997 US Amateur Championship.
Cog Hill's original No.1 (Blue) course opened to the public in 1927. The course is routed through rolling, wooded terrain and provides a blend of playing lengths and difficulty to challenge golfers of all playing abilities. The No.3 (Red) course, a fraction longer than No.1, features enough sand, woods, and water to test the accomplished player without punishing the beginner.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends during golf season (April thru' Nov).
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2020].
Non-metal spike facility. Walking permitted at all times. Golf carts available to rent. Caddies available on all four courses (if booked 48 hrs in advance).
The village of Lemont, Illinois was settled in 1836, and about 90 years later three brothers by the name of Coghill bought a farm from John McLaughlin on the west side of Parker Road. Like a snowball rolling downhill, this farm began the complex that today is Cog Hill Golf & Country Club.
The most famous of Cog Hills' four courses is the No.4 Dubsdread course, which has hosted many top level PGA Tour and national competitions (see our Tournaments section >by Venue > Cog Hill).
2019/20 Golf Digest rating: 51st best public course in the USA; 12th best course in Illinois.
165 Remington Blvd, Bolingbrook, IL 60440
+1 (630) 759 7100Visit website
Just off I-55, this Bolingbrook hotel is less than 40 minutes from the attractions of downtown Chicago, and an easy commute to both Chicago O’Hare (ORD) and Midway (MDW) International Airports. You can shoot the fairways at a host of local courses, including the much revered Cog Hill, Arthur Hills-designed Bolingbrook and Ruffled Feathers.
Bolingbrook (5 mi)
Cog Hill; Ruffled Feathers.
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