Named one of the 100 Must Play Courses of the Mid-Atlantic by Washington Golf Monthly,the spectacular Cobb Course offers a staggering range of variety with features including 51 sand bunkers, more than over 200 feet of elevation change, 8 lakes, and ever-shifting sun angles. Even the fairways have subtle slopes that will catch you by surprise!
This one-of-a-kind golf course at The Resort at Glade Springs was designed by the prolific golf course architect, George Cobb. Stretching over 7,121 yards from the black tees, the Cobb Course has strategically placed fairway bunkers that will surely put your golfing skills to test.
Cobb Course holds pride with its place among golf courses in West Virginia and all of North America. In fact, Golf Digest consistently ranks the Cobb Course among the top 5 in the state. It has also been acclaimed by Golf Magazine as the #1 golf course in West Virginia in 2007. The 16th hole of the course is considered to be one of the most outstanding holes. The 420-yard par 4 is the first of three remarkable finishing holes, and golfers are forced to carry water three different times.
One of the most celebrated West Virginia golf courses, the Cobb Course is home to the U.S. Open qualifier, the West Virginia Open, and the NCAA National Championships. The Resort at Glade Springs has now joined forces with the PGA TOUR, and the Cobb Course will again host the Prequalifier and Monday Qualifier for The Greenbrier Classic.