Cobb’s Creek Golf Club is the site of the first public golf course in the Greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, area, and today houses two 18-hole layouts – the Olde Course and the Karakung Course. The Olde Course is the crown jewel amongst Philadelphia’s golf courses, having been nationally ranked as the "No. 6 Best Municipal Course" by Golfweek Magazine. Designed by renowned architect Hugh Wilson, the Olde Course is a mature, tree-lined golf course that was established in 1916. Accuracy is a must on the front nine holes as the layout takes full advantage of Cobb’s Creek, which comes into play on the first six holes. The back nine is equally as challenging and is highlighted by a string of lengthy holes. The Karakung Course was originally designed by Alan P. Corson and A.H. Smith as an 11-hole golf course to alleviate the crowds at the Olde Course. It is now an 18-hole, par 71 golf course that is just as popular as its sister. Cobb’s Creek Golf Club is one of four Golf Philly facilities. Book your tee time today.
Course Details: Cobb's Creek Golf Club - Olde Course
Course Architect: Hugh WilsonNumber of Holes: 18 Holes
Cobb's Creek Golf Club - Olde Course Scorecard
Course Amenities: Cobb's Creek Golf Club - Olde Course