Donald Ross originally designed the West course at the Country Club of Birmingham but Robert Trent Jones modified it in the 1950s and Pete Dye made further changes from the mid 1980s onwards.
Founded in 1891, the Country Club of Indianapolis is one of the oldest clubs in the nation. The course in play on today's present site is a Tom Bendelow design from 1912 which was refashioned by William Diddel in 1931 then Pete Dye in 1992.
The Country Club of Landfall sits within a surprisingly undulating landscape on the east side of Wilmington where members play this 1987 Pete Dye, P.B. Dye and Bobby Weed 18-hole collaboration, as well as 27-holes that were subsequently added by Jack Nicklaus.
Crooked Stick Golf Club was one of Pete Dye’s first golf course commissions and it was constructed the year after he had spent some time in Scotland playing many of the traditional links...
Occupying a lovely spot on the South Carolina coast between the Waccamaw River and the Atlantic Ocean, the golf course at DeBordieu Club has hosted many regional events since it opened in 1987...
Des Moines Golf & Country Club moved to its current site in 1969 when Pete Dye designed both courses, the longer and more difficult of which is the North layout.
The South course is one of two challenging Pete Dye-designed layouts at Des Moines Golf & Country Club, it's where the US Senior Open was held in 1999...
Pete Dye courses in Europe are very scarce but Domaine Impérial Golf Club is one such rarity and it is one of a select few that were created on the continent by the acclaimed architect and his sons in the late 1980s.
Seeded throughout with St Augustine grass, the course at the Dye Preserve Golf Club was fashioned by its esteemed designer for golfers who cherish the game’s age-old traditions.
The North and South nines form the premier 18-hole course at Firethorn Golf Club’s 27-hole facility. Built by Pete Dye, the old master described holes 11 to 14 as ”the best consecutive four holes I’ve ever designed”.