Review for Cog Hill (No.4)

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True to its name, Dubsdread, this natural-style championship course places a high demand on shot-making ability by providing tight landing areas combined with heavily bunkered, large undulating greens.

Played the course frequently each year since 1969. Changes were made to keep up with technology but the overall feel is still the same. If your driver isn't long and straight, move up, you're going to cry by the end of the round. Mature trees, lack of bail out areas, thick rough, and the strength of the layout make your tee ball the most important shot of the day.

Date: August 01, 2020

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