Red, white and blue flags on the fairways for 100, 150 and 200 yard markings.
Indicators on flag sticks for front, middle and back pin placements.
Cog Hill # 4 - or Dudsdread - is played host to the Western Open for 9 years, the most traditional stop on the PGA Tour. Ranked nationally since its inception in 1964, Dubsdread is noted for its natural beauty, tight landing areas, and for its large, heavily bunkered and undulating green complexes.
Four courses on property - all open for public play. Facilities include two separate clubhouses with an award winning golf shop, restaurant and lounge, lockers and showers, plus a separate practice range and learning center with grass and mat tees, short game area and putting greens. Vist the Cog Hill website by clicking on the link near the top of this page for more info.
I-294 tollway South to I-55 (Stevenson Expressway); south to route 83 (Kingery South exit); south to route 171 (Archer Avenue) - to club entrance at Parker Road.