Cog Hill C.C. #4 ( Dubsdread)

Designer: Michael Flood

Course Description:

Nationally ranked since its opening in 1964, Course No. 4 was given the nickname "DUBSDREAD." The name DUBSDREAD is derived from the idea that a "dub" or poor golfer should beware and served as a warning of the challenges forthcoming. True to its name, this natural-style championship course places a high demand on shot making ability ability by providing tight landing areas combined with heavily bunkered, large undulating greens. this course is done in new countryside theme with medium slow fairways am medium green speeds if you like my scottsdale my friends said this is better! laid from there website the greens are to size and shape although i cound'nt find elevation my friend who lives there said theres not much so dont worry, i feel this might be best redention of a course yet so enjoy

Tournaments Hosted

Year Event Tour Winner
No hosted tournaments for this course.

Other Courses by Michael Flood

Course Name Theme Par
Kiawah Island (blue Tees) Links 72
Colonial Country Club Alpine 70
Hazeltine G.C. (thursday) Boreal 72
U.S. Amateur Championship 2015 Boreal 70
Hazeltine G.C.(2016 Ryder Cup) Boreal 72
Tpc Sawgrass (Sunday Edition) Countryside 72
kiawah island (final edition) Links 72
Tpc Scottsdale (Stadium course) Desert 71
Medinah Country Club #3 Boreal 72
Congressional CC-U.S Open Autumn 71
Valhalla GC (U.S. Open) Alpine 72
Kiawah Island(Final Edition) Links 72
Tpc Sawgrass (Sunday Edition) Countryside 72
Hazeltine G.C. (Friday) Boreal 72
Hazeltine G.C. (Saturday) Boreal 72
Medinah CC #3 (Open Edition) Harvest 72
Southern Hills C.C-2007 PGA Harvest 70
Copperhead at Innisbrook Resort Boreal 71
Cedar Pointe Golf Club Boreal 72
Robert Trent Jones Golf Club Harvest 72
Robert Trent Jones G.C. Harvest 72
Quail Hollow Club Rustic 71
Old Hickory Hills Golf Club Autumn 72
RTJ Golf Trail-Ross Bridge Boreal 72