Cobb's Glen Country Club
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. The course 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.
|Red (W)||72||4969 yards||73.1||123|
|Green M: 73.5/132||418||378||186||524||413||405||200||535||436||3495||508||209||389||201||411||551||383||407||448||3507||7002|
|Blue M: 71.0/127||391||345||144||485||402||372||168||505||408||3220||479||197||345||177||386||510||353||384||419||3250||6470|
|White M: 68.7/121||367||312||128||457||362||340||141||476||381||2964||446||177||311||166||350||472||321||355||390||2988||5952|
|Gold M: 67.0/116 W: 71.2/122||325||312||128||422||310||340||117||434||343||2731||415||133||311||139||350||449||321||298||372||2788||5519|
|Red W: 70.0/120||325||268||111||422||310||303||117||434||343||2633||415||133||278||139||310||449||285||298||372||2679||5312|
Really good course
Great staff, very accommodating! Practice green is perfect and driving range is great. Tee boxes, fairways, and greens were in great shape. Sand traps needed dragging and freshening up. Some new cart paths are partially in and a lot more are needed. Some areas are non-existent. Some small course areas need new dirt w/ grass or landscaping. Pace was great, done in 3 1/2 hours. Just enough water, good looking homes, great course for all levels. Electric Carts have ball and club cleaner.
Course is in good condition but the fairways had been mowed and clumps of grass were all over the fairways. Bunkers could use a lot of work no sand in the ones I visited just hard dirt in them.
4 hr 45 min round on a Tues morning! No control of first tee and no rangers or attempt to keep things moving. Layout and price are OK, but hard to offset snail’s pace.
Nice greens, nice people
Played here several times Great value! The course is not easy and although the tees are a little Raggy the greens are nice and medium fast. Staff are very nice
Potential is there. Just needs a Little extra care and grooming. Greens were in great condition. If the rest of the course looked like the greens it would be phenomenal.
Cobbs Glen's is a complete course
I have been playing Cobbs Glenn regularly for many years. It's a challenging course but also it is a fair course. Your good shots are rewarded as should be and you rarely have a good shot taken from you with bad fairway sloping or high growth drainage area. On approach shots with thirteen of the greens it's important to understand pin position and stay below the pin. Four greens are multi-tier, and it important to tuck the ball tight but put uphill. Greens and fairways are maintained extremely fabulous. If you have never played Cobb's Glen then you owe it to yourself and your buddies to book a round today.. Great staff, great amenities, lend itself to a great experience. NL
Probably the best in Anderson. Greens and fairways in great shape. Challenging. If bunker sand was better, would be a 5-star course. All around, great value and I will play again.
Good Community Course
Love this course. Play it several times a year. It's a little dry and rough looking. Not sure what's going on but it is still a great play for the money.
Excellent greens, nice fairways and tees.... the rest of the other areas needed care... insure a lot of rain prevented mowing.
Course was in good shape, greens were very good. Great value.
Typical subdivision course
Being fairly new to the area (~1 year), and having played most of the courses in my immediate area, I thought I would branch out and try someplace a little farther away. Saw this place on GolfNow for a good price/good time and decided to give it a try.
The course, at least from the appearance of the pro shop, seems dated. The pro shop is bare bones, and the man working the counter barely looked up from whatever he was doing to acknowledge me. Practice facilities are just so-so, and the course itself is fairly typical of the “housing development built around a golf course” genre. The greens are in good shape, fairly fast and multi-level. The best thing about the course is that unlike many of the others in the area that have you either going up or down steep hills in unrealistic scenarios, this course is fairly level with gentle rolling hills. There was a lot of casual water on the course, but we had just had a big storm come through the day before.
Would I play the course again? Definitely, especially if I can get a good price like I did on GolfNow.
Great course for the money
Decided to try this course out just to play somewhere different. The Greens were in really nice condition for this time of year and even with all of the rain the course was in good condition. Really enjoyed playing here and will definitely be back for another round.
Had a starter to make sure you paid/ after that was terrible. Pace of play was pathetic- need a ranger.
Course was technically closed.
When we got to the course to check in, the guy in the pro shop informed us that the course was closed all weekend for some kind of tournament. He said he wasn’t even sure how we got a tee time. He went ahead and let us play since we had already paid. We had to start in the middle of the back 9 to get behind the tournament. I don’t know how GolfNow decides what tee times and courses to put on the app but, it seems like a good idea to make sure that the course is open. Especially before you make it the featured hot deal! I wish there was a star rating on here for GolfNow somewhere, it would definitely be a 1 for this experience.