When it originally opened in 1916, Cobbs Creek was among the few clubs in the United States to welcome all ethnicities. The historically inclusive course on the west side of Philadelphia hosted the 1928 U.S. Amateur Public Links. In recent years, the public course has fallen on tough times and closed in 2020. But in the spring of 2022, the course was scheduled to begin a long-awaited $65 million revitalization plan, which was to include a restoration of the Olde course, led by Gil Hanse and Jim Wagner. However, with a battle ensuing between those behind the project and locals, the future of Cobbs Creek is in limbo.