Cog Hill no.2Located in Southwest Region
12294 Archer Ave.
Lemont, IL 60439
Main Phone: 630-257-5872
Average Course Rating
Comments on Cog Hill no.2
Golfer: Chicago Golf Goddess
|Golfer: Chicago Golfer|
|The Course no. 2 Ravines is a championship course with three lines-fairways, ravines, water, bunkers, and testing greens. Golf Digest rated them \_4 stars\_. Phone: 866.264.4455 (COG.HILL) Fax: (630) 257-3665 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.coghillgolf.com Golf Pro: Jeff Rimsnider Green Fee: $155 Facebook Account: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lemont-IL/Cog-Hill-Golf-Country-Club/78931139310 Twitter Account: http://twitter.com/coghillgolf|
|Golfer: The Dealmaker|
|My _go-to_ course. Mature, pretty course with intereting holes. Great course if you are a 18-30 handicapper (not too tough but not too easy).|
|A very good course for the money. There are 2 throw-away holes (10 and 11) but a bonus 19th hole you can play on your way in. I wonder why the new holes aren't open on the weekends?!?|
|All Cog Hill courses are well maintained. This course has many short par-4s and unchallenging greens. #1 and #3 are the budget courses. Because of Cog Hill's renowned name, weekends can be busy.|
Cog Hill no.2 Addtional Information & History
Cog Hill Golf and Country Club: Course #2: Originally conceived of by three brothers: John W., Martin J., and Bert Coghill, Cog Hill Course #2—The Ravines—was designed by David McIntosh and Bert Coghill and opened in 1929. It was later refurbished by Joe Lee and Rocky Roquemore. The Coghill brothers also constructed a spacious, beautiful clubhouse, complete with a large dining room and adjoining sitting room, each with an impressive stone fireplace. The clubhouse originally included 14 guest rooms for golfers seeking weekend vacations. Outside the clubhouse, they erected a children’s playground, with a caretaker in attendance. The 18-hole championship golf course #2 is rated “4 Stars” by Golf Digest. The Ravines course at Cog Hill Golf and Country Club features a challenging layout, complete with ravines, water, bunkers and testing greens. In preparation for the 1997 U.S. Amateur Qualifying rounds, three new holes—a par 3, 4 and 5—were constructed to create the current “U.S. Amateur” layout.