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No. 4 - Dubsdread (Est. 1964)

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"America's 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses"
- Golf Digest

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Known as the "Patriarch of Public Golf," Joe Jemsek always aspired to provide a country club experience and amenities to all golfers. Even with three highly successful golf courses, Joe was still concerned that he didn't have a course to better the finest country clubs in the United States. Joe partnered with the famed golf architect team of Dick Wilson (Bay Hill, Cog Hill No.3, Doral-Blue Course, Laurel Valley) and Joe Lee (Bent Tree, Palm Beach National, La Costa, Walt Disney World Courses) to create Joe's vision of a fourth course, one that would test the world's greatest golfers. Wilson/Lee complied and created what many consider to be each architect's best work.

The collaboration such a successful one, No. 4 has remained nationally ranked since its opening in 1964. Course No. 4 or "DUBSDREAD" as commonly referred to, was derived from the idea that a "dub" or poor golfer should beware and served as a warning of the challenges forthcoming. True to its name, 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.

Over the years, DUBSDREAD has challenged professionals and amateurs alike while hosting numerous PGA Tour and USGA tournaments.

Come and test your game on the Dubsdread course today!

Course Record
Tiger Woods
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No. 4-Dubsdread Scorecard

Course Architects

Dick Wilson & Joe Lee - 1964
Redesign - Rees Jones - 2008

Accolades

No. 1 Course You Can Play in Illinois - Golfweek
America's 100 Greatest Public Courses - Golf Digest
Top 100 Courses You Can Play - Golf Magazine
America's 75 Toughest Courses - Golf Digest
10 Best Two-Course Combinations in the World - Links Magazine
Hole #16 - 500 Greatest Golf Holes - Golf Magazine
Best of Illinois  - Golf Advisor
Top 200 Modern Courses - Golfweek

Tournaments

2022 Junior PGA Championship (Boys & Girls)
2007, 2009-2011 BMW Championship
1991-2006 Western Open Championship
1997 U.S. Amateur
1988 Western Junior 
1987 U.S. Women's Public Links
1970 & 1989 U.S. Public Links

Course Rating/Slope (M&W)

Black - M 78.0/153
Gold - M 76.0/146
Blue - M 74.2/140
Combo - M 73.2/138
White - M 72.2/136, W 78.6/146
Green - M 70.6/132, W 76.6/142
Forward - M 67.4/124, W 72.6/134

Dubsdread Layout

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BMW CHAMPIONSHIP

BMW Championship
CHAMPIONWINNING SCORE
2011 - Justin Rose -13, 271
2010 - Dustin Johnson -9, 275
2009 - Tiger Woods -19, 265
2007 - Tiger Woods -22, 263

WESTERN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP

Western Open Championship
CHAMPIONWINNING SCORE
2006 - Trevor Immelman -13, 271
2005 - Jim Furyk -14, 270
2004 - Stephen Ames -10, 274
2003 - Tiger Woods -21, 267
2002 - Jerry Kelly -19, 269
2001 - Scott Hoch -21, 267
2000 - Robert Allenby -14, 274
1999 - Tiger Woods -15, 273
1998 - Joe Durant -17, 271
1997 - Tiger Woods -13, 275
1996 - Steve Stricker -18, 270
1995 - Billy Mayfair -9, 279
1994 - Nick Price -11, 277
1993 - Nick Price -19, 269
1992 - Ben Crenshaw -12, 276
1991 - Russ Cochran -13, 275

USGA CHAMPIONSHIPS

USGA Championships
TOURNAMENTCHAMPION
1997 U.S. Amateur Matt Kuchar (2&1)
1989 U.S. Amateur Public Links Tim Hobby (4&3)
1987 U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Tracy Kerdyk (4&3)
1970 U.S. Amateur Public Links Robert Risch (2&1)

 

 

 

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