Dub’s Dread is one of the most legendary golf courses the Midwest has to offer. Built by a legend, Jug McSpaden in 1964, he originally built the longest golf course in the world with yardages ranging from 5,400 yards to as long as 7,100 yards. This one-of-a-kind golf course has natural layout features, majestic trees, not homes, lining each fairway and a series of lakes wind among unique holes with their exceptionally large, undulating greens. Played by legends, Dub's Dread has hosted several high profile matches between historic golfers such as Jug McSpaden, Byron Nelson, Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. Walk in their footsteps at this historic golfing landmark that was named one of the Top 10 Golf Courses in the state by Golf Digest in 1996. Dub’s Dread is legendary for its superb design, premier playing conditions and outstanding service; it’s a local favorite and must play for area visitors.