The project is discussed in the Fried Egg podcast

September 11, 2018:  Last Sunday yours truly and Mike Cirba sat down with Andy Johnson of the Fried Egg to discuss the project.  We hope you enjoy the show! http://www.friedegg.co/podcasts/cobbs-creek-golf-club

Joe Juliano writes on the Cobb’s project for Philly.com

August 29, 2018:  Joe Juliano pens a long piece on the Cobb’s Creek project, writing for Philly.com: http://www2.philly.com/philly/sports/golf/cobbs-creek-golf-course-restoration-community-foundation-chris-lange-20180829.html

Bill Bishop: gone but not forgotten

July 18, 2018:  Bill Bishop died earlier this year, 2/20/18, he was 91.  He was a regular at Cobb’s Creek in the 40s, 50s and 60s and one of the best African-American golfers ever at Cobb’s ranking up there with Howard Wheeler, Charlie Sifford and Bobby Mayes.  In fact all four of them are in […]

Success! The bill has passed

June 21, 2018:  We thank you for your patience.  Hard to believe, Harry, but the City passed and Mayor Kenney signed a bill to lease Cobb’s Creek golf course to our Foundation for a restoration and so much more.  Stay tuned for further details as they become available.  This is very exciting news.

Where’s Eli?!

May 22, 2018 update:  Cobb’s Creek former superintendent Eli Rodriguez is doing nicely in his current position at Royce Brook Golf  Club in Hillsborough, NJ.  I dropped in on him recently and he has both courses there humming.  Below are photo albums of the East (public) and West (private) courses. http://www.myphillygolf.com/uploads/bausch/RoyceBrookWest/index.html http://www.myphillygolf.com/uploads/bausch/RoyceBrookEast/index.html

Introducing the Bausch Archives at MyPhillyGolf

April 7, 2018 update:  A tremendous volume of early golf articles has been posted to the new Bausch Archives part of MyPhillyGolf.  Included is coverage of the two Daily News Open tournaments held at Cobb’s Creek in the mid 50s.  Here is the link:  http://myphillygolf.com/archives.asp

Good luck to Cobb’s previous superintendent Eli Rodriguez

April 7, 2018 update:  It is a belated goodbye to one heckuva fellow and great superintendent,  Eli Rodriguiz.  Late in March he took the position as the superintendent at Royce Brook in New Jersey.  Eli, you’ll be missed but not forgotten!

More Hugh Wilson at Philmont

January 22, 2018 update:  A friend of mine, a member at Philmont CC, was recently doing some historical spelunking at the Golf Association of Philadelphia archives and came upon some handwritten notes on Philmont suggesting Hugh Wilson may have been even more involved with the South course than I was previously aware.  This blog’s September […]

1958 Inky picture of the 17th hole

November 30, 2017:  Below is a picture from the Philadelphia Inquirer in 1958 of the 17th hole from the original tee that will be in play this coming season!

Superintendent’s Revenge on Saturday

November 16, 2017 update:  This Saturday (November 18) will be the annual Superintendent’s Revenge tournament. 4-person teams.  Singles welcome.  Shotgun start at 10 AM.  40 bucks for non-members, less for members.  Always a good time!

Very early clubhouse photo

January 20, 2016 update:  Going through my files I found a very early photo of the clubhouse.  See below:

Cobb’s Creek nominated for the National Black Golf Hall of Fame

February 18, 2015 update2:  Recently Mike Cirba penned a nomination letter to have Cobb’s Creek Golf Course be part of the National Black Golf Hall of Fame.  Many thanks go out to Jake Murray in helping us with the gathering of information for the submission.  You can read the letter below: Cobb’s Creek Golf Course […]

1956 view of Cobb’s Creek 17th hole

August 12, 2014 update:  The ‘Noer slides’ contain images taken between the 1920s and 1980s and covers a variety of things, including golf courses: The Noer/Milorganite Image Collection One photo is from the abandoned tee on the current par 3 17th hole at Cobb’s Creek: 1956 view of Cobb’s Creek 17th hole from abandoned tee

Wall decked out in the new clubhouse

July 26, 2017 update:  One of the walls of the new clubhouse is now nicely decked out with two items courtesy of the Friends of Cobb’s Creek GC (see photo below).  The top being a photo of the original 11th hole (current 16th) we believe taken during the 1928 Publinks.  The bottom plaque commemorates Cobb’s […]

New clubhouse has opened

July 24, 2017 update:  Somehow the opening of the new clubhouse snuck past me.  It opened on July 15th and it is nice and functional.  See photo below.

BuffaloGolfer interview

June 16, 2017 update:  The BuffaloGolfer has published an interview with Mike Cirba and yours truly concerning Cobb’s Creek golf course.  The link is below. BuffaloGolfer interview

Sodding of the recovered 17th tee

May 10, 2017 update:  the original tee for the par 3 17th is rounding into form.  Today it is being sodded as the link to the picture below shows.

First GAP match a win!

April 25, 2017 update:  Congrats to the Cobb’s Creek GAP team as they won their first ever match versus Wilmington Country Club.  Results can be viewed here.

Kickoff week

April 11, 2017 update:  Later this month the double-wide will be opened to serve as the new clubhouse.  This will be part of “Kickoff Week” from April 24-30 as the poster below shows:

Cobb’s Creek cleeks!

December 20, 2016 update:  Blog friend Ari sends along two pictures of a hickory cleek with a Cobb’s Creek stamp:  

Anti-aircraft battery being moved to the golf course

December 14, 2016 update:  It was in November of 1952 that a Philadelphia Inquirer article detailed the Army anti-aircraft battery being moved to Cobb’s Creek Park and profoundly changing the original golf course.  See the link below.

Cobb’s Creek now full member of GAP

December 6, 2016 update:  Happy to report that on 1/1/17 Cobb’s Creek GC will be a full member of the Golf Association of Philadelphia.  Mike Owsik Sr. will be the President and Paul Cornely the Golf Chairman/Handicap Chairman and Treasurer.  Mike and Paul are longtime Crickers and supporters of our fabulous municipal golf facility.

Wondering about the original 18th hole

November 28, 2016 update:  Mike and I were kicking around the 18th hole again at Cobb’s.  If you read William Evans’ article from 1919 (see January 31, 2016 update below) he states the best hole at Cobb’s was not allowed due to needing trees removed.  We think it might have been an awesome par 5 […]

More photos of the recovered tee on the 17th

November 27, 2016 update:  It is like my birthday was celebrated again with a visit to Cobb’s Creek this afternoon.  The superintendent Eli has really progressed nicely on clearing trees to bring back the original tee on the par 3 17th hole.  For those of you scoring at home, Ab Smith added this hole in […]

Early photo of the original 11th hole at Cobb’s Creek

November 25, 2016 update:  In one of the September 21 updates below was a link to an early photo of the 11th hole at Cobb’s Creek GC.  I’ve purchased this photo from Temple and a link to a high resolution version is below.  Pretty cool!  Note:  a golf historian friend of mine from Winged Foot […]

Photos of Cobb’s Creek from April 9, 1916 Inquirer

November 18, 2016 update:  It is fun to think about how Cobb’s Creek was at the beginning.  See the photos below to see how it looked in April 1916, a little more than a month before the formal opening.

The King passes away

September 30, 2016 update:  The golf world mourns the recent passing of Arnold Palmer.  Arnie was a rookie pro in 1955 and played in the Daily News Open at Cobb’s Creek where he shot 78-68-69-70 to finish 12 strokes behind winner Ted Kroll.  The following year he fared much better, finishing in 4th place (scores […]

Early photo of the original 11th hole at Cobb’s Creek

September 21, 2016 update2:  Follow the link below to an incredible very early picture of the current 15th hole at Cobb’s Creek (#11 in the original hole sequencing).  Use the scrollbar to zoom in. Early picture of the original 11th hole at Cobb’s Creek GC (courtesy of Temple University)

Cobb’s Creek AAGHOF induction ceremony

June 3, 2016 update:  Over the Memorial Day weekend Cobb’s Creek Golf Club was inducted in the African American Golfers Hall of Fame.  It was a very enjoyable trip for Mike Cirba and yours truly.  In the program booklet included an article Mike penned and you can read it below:   And below is a picture […]

New photo album of Cobb’s Creek GC

May 7, 2016 update:  I’ve gathered up most of the interesting early photos and aerials of the course and have further updated the recent photo album here.

New clubhouse under way?

May 4, 2016 update:  Both golf courses look great this season.  And the new digs to replace the old clubhouse are in the works as this photo shows:

Kingie fishes for golf balls at Cobb’s

March 31, 2016 update:  Blog reader Jake Murray knew the person fishing for golf balls in the photo below.  Jake relays the following: I knew the man in the picture retrieving a golf ball from the water on the 3rd hole.  He was well known to the golfers and kids like myself who were retrieving […]

Philadelphia Record photos of Cobb’s Creek GC

March 27, 2016 update:  Below is a link some photos from the defunct paper Philadelphia Record that were recently gathered from the Historical Society of Pennsylvania (thanks to Friends of Cobb’s Creek GC supporter Matt Frey for his help). Link hopefully to come soon!

Eli named superintendent of the year by BCG

March 16, 2016 update:  Congrats to Cobb’s Creek GC superintendent Eli Rodriguez as he was named 2015 Superintendent of the Year at BCG (Billy Casper Golf)!  See picture below.

Slow and steady

February 25, 2016 update:  The Friends of Cobb’s Creek GC again asks for your patience as this project moves (plods?!) along.  Keep the faith.

October 1954 pictures of the park guard shelter

February 20, 2016 update:  Blog reader Jake Murray has sent along a couple of photos from October 1954 when he and his younger brother were little fellas, right near the park guard shelter by the 14th hole.  A hurricane (Hazel) had recently passed by Philly and brought down trees.

Demolition of the clubhouse

February 2, 2016 update:  Looks like the demolition of the clubhouse is in progress, a link from a picture taken today below.

Best hole at Cobb’s Creek wasn’t put into reality

January 31, 2016 updated:  William H. Evans was a golf writer in Philly very instrumental in pushing for municipal golf courses in the City.  In 1919 he left the Evening Public Ledger and started writing Sunday golf columns for the The Philadelphia Record, basically replacing A.W. Tillinghast.  In his first article (see below), he talks […]

More on Cobb’s being inducted into the AAGHOF

January 26, 2016 update: A wonderful update on Cobb’s Creek GC being inducted in the AAGHOF is available at MyPhillyGolf as authored by Mike Cirba: Cobb’s Creek tapped for African American Golfers Hall of Fame

Cobb’s Creek GC inducted into AAGHOF

January 21, 2016 update:  It is my distinct pleasure to announce that Cobb’s Creek Golf Course will be inducted into the African American Golfers Hall of Fame in a ceremony in late May of this year in Palm Beach County, Florida.  Thanks go out to many people, with Jake Murray being the driving force and […]

Readers reminisce about the clubhouse

January 10, 2016 update:  Devoted blog reader Jake Murray has checked in from sunny Florida.  His friend Dick Jamison was a long-time caddy at Cobb’s.  The two recently chatted about the clubhouse and here is what Jake wrote: My friend Dick Jamison was in high school and a long time caddy at Cobb’s in 1955.  […]

Cobb’s Creek clubhouse burns down

January 6, 2016 update:  By now you’ve likely heard that on late Monday night a fire broke out at the clubhouse at Cobb’s Creek and the unit was gutted.  Below I’m aggregating articles/videos about it. Historic Cobb’s Creek clubhouse gutted, encased in ice YouTube video of the fire Dreadful:  Cobb’s Creek Clubhouse Destroyed By Fire […]

Last photo perhaps of the clubhouse before fire

January 3, 2016 update:  Yesterday was a brisk day but good enough for a round of golf at Cobb’s.  Below is a picture of the 18th hole with the clubhouse in the background.  Edit:  it could be the last photo ever taken of the clubhouse before the unfortunate fire on January 4th.

PhillyVoice on December golf at Cobb’s Creek

December 24, 2015 update:  Another article mentioning play in December at Cobb’s Creek penned by John Kopp of the PhillyVoice: Philadelphia golfers taking advantage of mild winter temperatures

December golf at Cobb’s Creek

December 20, 2015 update:  Warm December weather has led to more play at Cobb’s, as CBS3 documented earlier in the month (see below). Unusually Warm Temperatures Keep Area Golfers On The Course

Sifford inducted into PGA of America Hall of Fame

November 16, 2015 update:  Last Saturday (Nov 14) Cobb’s Creek regular Charles Sifford was inducted into the PGA of America Hall of Fame.  His son Charles, Jr. was there to accept on his behalf.  The entire ceremony is here: 2015 PGA Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

No news is good news

November 1, 2015 update:  Saying of the day:  No news is good news. Those interested in this project, please keep the faith.  Grin.

Daily News Open plan for golf course

September 15, 2015 update:  The archivist at Fairmount Park has sent me an undated picture of a plan for Cobb’s Creek, which almost certainly has to be from the early 50s when the course hosted the 1955 and 1956 Daily News Open tournaments.  Note the 16th hole playing as a par 3 and the 18th […]

I’m a Walking, Golfing Miracle

August 14, 2015 update2:  Yesterday at Cobb’s I had the pleasure of meeting Zakki Blatt and his mother Stephanie.  Many of you will remember the piece The Golf Channel did on him back in 2013.  He loves Cobb’s Creek!  Here is a Golf Digest story on Zakki and his love for golf: I’m a Walking, […]

Joe Dey on Cobb’s Creek

July 21, 2015 update:  Before Joe Dey went to the USGA as their Executive Director (1934-1969) then later was the first commissioner of the PGA tour (1969-1974), he was living in Philadelphia and serving as a sportswriter for a variety of publications.  In August of 1928 just before the US Public Links tourney at Cobb’s […]

Karakung being reborn

June 23, 2015 update:  Yesterday I visited Cobb’s for the first time since late May.  I was simply astounded by the transformation in progress at the Karakung course.  The new superintendent, Eli “Papo” Rodriguez, is very experienced (previously at 5 Ponds, and also at some high-end clubs like Shinnecock) and hardworking (if there was 8 […]

Golfer’s Tee Times article on Cobb’s Creek

June 2, 2015 update:  J.E. Souders penned another article on Cobb’s Creek GC for Golfer’s Tee Times.  You can read it here: “A Selfless Mission” to Bring Back a Top Municipal Course to Philadelphia

Cheesesteaks, pizza, and golf: Gisela’s Philly trip

May 14, 2015 update:  Yesterday another piece by Matt Ginella of The Golf Channel featuring Cobb’s Creek aired during Morning Drive.  Here is a link to watch it: Cheesesteaks, pizza, and golf:  Ginella’s Philly trip

Cobb’s Creek Links Is Model Course

April 22, 2015 update:  In 1929 the Evening Bulletin reprinted a New York Daily News article extolling the virtues of Cobb’s Creek and bemoaning anything as good in New York:

Eli Rodriguez is the new superintendent at Cobb’s Creek

March 8, 2015 update:  Beginning tomorrow (March 9) Cobb’s will have a new superintendent, a very affable and enthusiastic fellow named Eli Rodriguez.  Eli joins Cobb’s after a long stint as superintendent at 5 Ponds.  Welcome, Eli!  [Note:  a tip-of-the-cap to previous superintendent Rich Sweeney for a fine job.]

Cobb’s Creek Floodplain Master Plan

February 23, 2015 update:  We think you might be interested in seeing a master plan for the creek restoration, as prepared back in 2012 by Land Studies (note, the hole numbers represent the sequencing of the “championship course”):

Local golfer Mark Graham passes away

February 19, 2015 update:  Sad news to report as long time local golfer and great guy Mark Graham has passed away after a long bout with cancer.  Below is the e-mail I received from Pat Sullivan: The PPGA lost a great friend and competitor last week.  As many of you know, Mark Graham has been […]

Cobb’s Creek has the apostrophe!

February 8, 2015 update2:  Recently I asked blog friend Jake: “Who was Cobb?”  A condensed response is as follows: The Dutch, Swedes and later English originally settled the area.  The Swedes named the creek, called Karakung by the Indians, Mill Creek.  A number of mills were built along the creek, the oldest by the Swedes […]

More memories of Charlie Sifford

February 7, 2015 update:  More good stuff remembering Charlie Sifford: Philly’s Terry Gross NPR “Fresh Air” interview with Mr. Sifford Golfing pioneer Sifford got his start at Cobb’s Creek, by Frank Fitzpatrick Steve Eubanks article at GlobalGolfPost

Charlie Sifford passes away at the age of 92

February 4, 2015 update:  Charlie Sifford, perhaps the best golfer to have regularly played at Cobb’s Creek, passed away recently at the age of 92.  Often called the “Jackie Robinson of golf”, he was a true pioneer. Coverage at GeoffShackelford.com Sifford’s obituary by Joe Jiuliano of the Inky

The tome

January 17, 2015 update:  See the photo below to see how our tome (“Cobb’s Creek Golf Course:  Uncovering a Treasure”) looks when bound nicely and printed on high quality paper.  Our friends at Conlin’s Digital Print & Copy Center (King of Prussia) did so at a very competitive price.  Contact me if you would like to […]

More articles on the great Charlie Sifford

December 1, 2014 update:  Loyal blog reader Jake Murray has followed Mr. Sifford’s award carefully and sends along three links showing Charlie enjoyed the fete: Sifford takes spot among golf greats Charlie Sifford, the PGA Tour’s First Black Golfer, Receives Presidential Medal of Freedom Sifford receives Medal of Freedom at White House

Charlie Sifford to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom

November 13, 2014 update:  Charlie Sifford, who refined his game at Cobb’s Creek, will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom.  Well deserved, IMHO.  Read about it here: Sifford to Receive Presidential Medal of Freedom

Donald Trump learned golf at Cobb’s Creek

October 22, 2014 update:  In the latest Golf Digest The Donald is interviewed and reveals how he learned the game at Cobb’s Creek while a student at Wharton. Golf Digest Interview of Donald Trump

Blog friend Jake Murray checks in again

September 13, 2014 update:  Jake Murray, good friend of the Friends of Cobb’s Creek GC, checked in to comment on the photo that was the topic of the August 12 update: Enjoyed the picture from the old 17th tee.  I remember that view.  It was probably the most spectacular on the course.  When you compare […]

Hugh Wilson at Philmont South

September 5, 2014 update:  Did you know Hugh Wilson designed the 10th and 11th holes at the South course at Philmont CC?  Yep, he did.  I finally got to see the course yesterday.  Here begins my pictures of the 10th hole: Hugh Wilson holes at Philmont South

Cobb’s Creek photo album at MyPhillyGolf

August 31, 2014 update:  I’ve recompiled the Cobb’s Creek photo album to include hole diagrams.  If you haven’t looked at this album, you might want to as the first three images show the various hole-sequencings (aka “routings”) at Cobb’s since the course opened in 1916. Cobb’s Creek photo album

1956 photo of the abandoned 17th tee at Cobb’s Creek

August 12, 2014 update:  The ‘Noer slides’ contain images taken between the 1920s and 1980s and covers a variety of things, including golf courses: The Noer/Milorganite Image Collection One photo is from the abandoned tee on the current par 3 17th hole at Cobb’s Creek: 1956 view of Cobb’s Creek 17th hole from abandoned tee

Cobb’s Creek article by Pete Trenham

July 24, 2014 update:  Big ups to friend Pete Trenham for his wonderful piece on Cobb’s Creek Golf Course at the TrenhamGolfHistory site.  It focuses on five prominent tournaments the course has hosted over the years.  Read it here: “Cobb’s Creek Golf Club…. Past, Present, and Future”

Joe Logan writes again on the project

April 30, 2014 update:  Joe Logan recently penned an updated article on the current status of the project (link below).  The Friends of Cobb’s Creek GC still have confidence in the viability of the project.  So, keep the faith friends! “Cobb’s Creek Restoration Update:  The Good, the Bad, the Realities”

Jake Murray on Howard Wheeler at Cobb’s Creek

April 9, 2014 update:  Blog reader and contributor Leo “Jake” Murray saw our March 31st update and wrote to me the following concerning African-American golfers and Cobb’s Creek: Cobb’s Creek Golf Club hosted three UGA Negro National Open Championship – 1936, 1947 and 1956. Howard Wheeler won in 1947 and Charlie Sifford captured the title […]

Cobb’s Creek and Charlie Sifford at the WGHOF

March 31, 2014 update:  On May 2, 2014 the World Golf of Hall of Fame will open a new permanent exhibit entitled “Honoring the Legacy:  A Tribute to African-Americans in Golf”.  The historian for the WGHofF, Dr. Tony Parker, contacted me to obtain some photos of Cobb’s Creek, as “The Crick” will be part of […]

1928 Publinks badge from Cobb’s Creek

March 26, 2014 update:  Gosh, would I like to buy this 1928 Publinx players badge currently for sale at eBay.  Update:  I did buy it!  See the badge with the authenticity letter below.

The treasure trove of golf writing by A.W. Tillinghast

February 26, 2014 update:  Recently I penned an article for MyPhillyGolf on the writings of golden age architect A.W. Tillinghast.  He played a prominent role in making the City aware of the need for a public golf course.  You can read my article here: The treasure trove of golf writing by A. W. Tillinghast

New superintendent at Cobb’s Creek

February 19, 2014 update:  I’m happy to pass along the info that the new superintendent at Cobb’s, starting the 24th of this month, is Rich Sweeney.  He is joining us after being at Rock Manor down in Delaware.  Welcome, Rich! It is also long overdue to thank the past superintendent Darren Wondolowski.  Darren is staying […]

December 2013 project update

Christmas Day, 2013 update:  On this Christmas Day, we’re at liberty to share a bit more about the proposed Cobb’s Creek Golf Course restoration project, the details of which are presently being worked through legal mechanics with city and state officials. Going forward, the plan, and yes, detailed plans have already been developed by Gil […]

Potentially Great Places In The Game: Cobb’s Creek

December 19, 2013 update:  Geoff Shackelford has penned a note for his blog on Cobb’s Creek called “(Potentially) Great Places In The Game:  Cobb’s Creek”.  Go here: http://www.geoffshackelford.com/homepage/2013/12/19/potentially-great-places-in-the-game-cobbs-creek.html

Cobb’s Creek on Grey Goose 19th Hole

December 18, 2013 update:  On a recent Grey Goose 19th Hole episode, the panel consisting of host Steve Sands, Geoff Shackelford, John Feinstein, and David Fay discuss the recent tournaments held at classic golf courses (2013 US Open at Merion and the 2013 Walker Cup at the National Golf Links of America).  Then the topic […]

Greg Jarmas at the Masters

December 3, 2013 update:  Below is the Master Cricker Greg Jarmas (medalist in the 2013 Ivy League Golf Championship)!  Note how he is proudly wearing a Cobb’s Creek shirt.

Merion: The Championship Story

November 22, 2013 update:  While you continue to remain patient (trust me!), an excellent holiday gift for the golfer is a book penned by a friend and colleague of mine Jeff Silverman.  His 501 page treatise on the championship story of Merion is now available and is a delightful read.  It is available here.

1964 photos of Cobb’s Creek GC

September 24, 2013 update:  A friend of the Friends of Cobb’s Creek GC recently came upon three nice photos of the course from 1964.  This one the 18th green at Cobb’s Creek GC: This one the 18th green at Karakung: And finally the first fairway at Cobb’s:

Who was Hugh Wilson, part 2

September 23, 2013 update:  Mike Cirba has penned part 2 of “Who Was Hugh Wilson”.  Anyone with an interest in Hugh Wilson and Cobb’s Creek should read this and part 1.  Follow the link below: Who Was Hugh Wilson? – Part II

Bob Mayes at Cobb’s Creek

June 21, 2013 update:  Nice article on Bob Mayes, a golfer that played at Cobb’s with Charlie Sifford: Mayes’ journey to the ’74 U.S. Open

Newark Star-Ledger article on Cobb’s

June 18, 2013 update:  Brendan Prunty of the Newark Star-Ledger penned an article on Cobb’s Creek GC last Sunday.  Read it here: Cobb’s Creek Golf Club, four miles from Merion, preparing for rebirth

Cobb’s Creek on The Golf Channel

June 11, 2013 update:  If you missed the excellent piece on Cobb’s Creek GC by The Golf Channel Monday morning, you can view it here: Morning Drive story on Cobb’s Creek Note:  that video probably won’t play on an iPad or iPhone (unless you use the Chrome web browser on those devices which can play […]

Updated Master Plan for Cobb’s Creek

June 9, 2013 update:  It is time to release the latest versions of the Master Plan for the proposed Cobb’s Creek GC restoration project.  The first diagram below is for the restoration of the golf course to essentially what it was in 1928 until the early 50s, and includes modification of the Karakung course to […]

Who was Hugh Wilson

June 5, 2013 update:  Mike Cirba has written a fascinating article entitled “Who Was Hugh Wilson?”.  You can read it here: Who Was Hugh Wilson?

Matt Ginella at Cobb’s Creek

May 30, 2013 update:  Matt Ginella of The Golf Channel was out to Cobb’s Creek GC yesterday to meet with the Friends of Cobb’s Creek GC.  Interview to be included on a piece concerning Philly public golf courses on Tuesday of US Open week (June 11).  Below is a picture of Matt interviewing Chris Lange.

Project update by Joe Logan

Cinco de Mayo 2013 update:  Well, the cat is nearly completely out of the bag now!  Just this afternoon Joe Logan from MyPhillyGolf reports on the latest regarding a restoration of Cobb’s Creek: http://myphillygolf.com/detail.asp?id=13153

Golf Digest article on Cobb’s Creek

May 4, 2013 update:  See the June issue of Golf Digest for a nice article on Cobb’s Creek by David Owen.  The article is available online: http://www.golfdigest.com/golf-courses/2013-06/david-owen-muny-life

Olympic golf course progress

April 29, 2013 update:  Gil Hanse discusses progress on the Olympic golf course with Joe Logan here: http://myphillygolf.com/detail.asp?id=13112