One of a select number of golf courses to host PGA, LPGA and Champions Tour events, Brickyard Crossing has four of its fairways (at holes 7 to 10) located inside the oval of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway track.
The golf facility at Bridgewater Club in Carmel is a late 1990s Pete Dye design and there are actually two golfing layouts set within a 750-acre woodland property: an 18-hole Championship course and a 9-hole Executive course.
The Bulle (pronounced Bully) Rock golf course is named after the first thoroughbred horse brought to the US from England in the 18th century...
Israel has never exactly been known as a golfing hotbed but that may be about to change with the upgrading of Caesarea, one of only two courses in the country, by none other than the legendary Pete Dye.
The Chavón River cuts a deep path through the Casa de Campo landscape as it tumbles down from the Dominican mountains to the coast and the Dye Fore course sits high above the flowing waters...
La Romana Country Club was the second golf course to appear on the Casa de Campo property, opening as a private facility in 1990.
Casa de Campo unveiled the first of its world-class golf courses when Pete Dye’s eponymous Teeth of the Dog opened in 1971 and this fantastic track was followed three years later by the 18-hole Links layout.
There’s one golf course at Casa de Campo with a bark as well as a bite and it’s Pete Dye’s Teeth of the Dog.
Pete Dye routed the golf course at Chatham Hills round an 800-acre real estate development to the north of Westfield in Hamilton County, with the first tee shot struck in earnest two years after construction began in late 2014.
The Pete Dye course at the Colleton River Plantation Club appeared six years after the Nicklaus layout debuted at the same location.