Anderson, South Carolina
Welcome to Cobb's Glen Country Club
Cobb’s Glen County Club, a 7,002-yard championship, eighteen hole golf course, located in Anderson, South Carolina will inspire your respect from its first tee. Cobb’s Glen was designed and built in 1976 by world renowned architect, George Cobb. Other courses designed by Mr. Cobb include: Augusta National Par Three Course, Sea Pines Plantation, and Quail Hollow. The course is pristine and peaceful, with fours tee boxes on each hole, allowing you to choose the degree of difficulty to match your game. The mature, plush fairways are not too tight, but neither are they very forgiving. The super fast Tif-Eagle Burmuda, Installed in 2012 are all large and well bunkered.
Cobb’s Glen facilities also include a driving range, putting green, a full service pro shop, and a restaurant serving sandwiches, soup, and your favorite beverage. Clubhouse facilities also include a members lounge and men’s and women’s locker rooms. The Club amenities include a fabulous swim complex offering a 180,000 gallon Z-shaped, Jr. Olympic sized swimming pool. Cobb’s Glen Country Club is located in Anderson, South Carolina just 2 hours from Atlanta, Georgia and Charlotte, North Carolina.
Memberships at Cobb’s Glen
Cobb’s Glen is a semi-private golf course offering a variety of golf and social memberships to suit your needs.
What they've said about us
Thank you for the kind reviews. We hope to see you out on the course soon!
“Great lay out. Great staff and food is very good . Very good rates . Greens pitted true.”Jody YoungFacebook Review
“Course was in great shape. Greens were smooth. Service was friendly!”Nathan TurnerFacebook Review
“I loved everything about the Golf course. I loved how the holes aren't cramped in together. Its spread out and in great shape.”Jimmy Branyon McConnellFacebook Review
“It is a great golf course to golf at, and the Staff is wonderful.”Mary Anne Hamilton SimondsFacebook Review
“Nice golf course. Always well groomed. Nice guys in pro shop.”Lynn Radil BakerFacebook Review