Aerial Map of Cog Hill Golf and Country Club – Host of the BMW Championships
September 12, 2011 Leave a comment
Cog Hill Golf & Country Club’s Course No. 4, Dubsdread, has earned the respect of PGA TOUR professionals since the championship moved to Cog Hill in 1991. Now, newly-renovated in 2008, Dubsdread promises to offer an even more challenging venue for the BMW Championship. As the 3rd Tournament of the FedEx Cup, the 70 qualifying players are seeking one of the 30 spots for the Tour Championship at East Lake in Atlanta.
Dubsdread, ranked 29th in Golf Digest’s 100 “Greatest Public Courses,” has provided exciting finishes and thrilling golf as the site of Chicago’s only PGA TOUR championship. Cog Hill No. 4 was designed and built by Dick Wilson and Joe Lee in 1964 and is owned by the Jemsek family. The course features large, tiered bentgrass greens; tree-lined, bentgrass fairways; 110 sand bunkers and water hazards on six holes.
Dubsdread was renovated in 2008 by famed golf course architect Rees Jones.
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