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PGA Tour - The Cog Hill Golf and Country Club Course

Home of the 2005 Cialis Western Open

The Cog Hill Golf and Country Club Course

Course Outline

Scorecard


Hole   Par   Yards
14430
23170
34401
44407
55519
63226
74377
84368
95565
104362
115550
123206
134446
143190
155498
164397
174380
184448
  Address: 12294 Archer Ave Lemont, IL 60439 Opened: 1891
Course Par: 72
Holes: 18
Male Yardage: 6940
Course Designer: Joe Lee & Dick Wilson

The par-72 Cog Hill Golf and Country Club is 6,940 yards from the championship tees. This club has four eighteen hole courses. The Dubsdread Course was built from the natural terrain and is known for its many oak trees lining the fairways and its large, undulating greens. GOLF MAGAZINE chose this 14th among the "Top 100 Courses You Can Play in the U.S." for 2002. Joe Lee and Dick Wilson designed Dubsdread in 1963. Rocky Roquemore redesigned Dubsdread in 1990. The club annually hosts the PGA Tour's Motorola Western Open on the Dubsdread Course. The Western Open is the third oldest tournament in existence, just behind the British Open and the U.S. Open. The first Western Open was held in 1899. GOLF MAGAZINE selected it to its list of "Top 10 PGA Courses You Can Play" in 1998 Previous winners include, Stephen Ames, Tiger Woods (3), Jerry Kelly, Scott Hoch, Joe Durant, Steve Stricker, Billy Mayfair, Nick Price (2), Ben Crenshaw, Russ Cochran, Wayne Levi and more.

Home of the Cialis Western Open Tournament
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