Cobb’s Glen Country Club – Anderson, SC
Holes: 18 Par: 72 Yardage: 6,921 Architect: George Cobb
Cobb’s Glen Country Club is named after its designer, George Cobb, a Georgia native who lived in Greenville most of his life. He designed many golf courses in the South, including the par-3 course at Augusta National. The golf course sprawls across rolling terrain blanketed with mature forests. Opened in 1976, the layout may be more traditional than modern golf courses but it still presents one of the area’s most formidable challenges.
Cobb’s Glen has hosted a variety of events over the years including the U.S. Open Qualifier and the South Carolina Amateur Championship. There are 90 bunkers strategically placed throughout, and the greens are lightning fast. The 11th is one of the most memorable holes. This par 3 plays over water to a triple-tiered green that is flanked by three bunkers on the right, one for each tier.
2201 Cobbs Way – Map It!
Anderson, SC 29621