Designed by Pete Dye and his brother Roy, Fowler’s Mill Golf Course extends to three 9-hole circuits, named Lake, River and Maple, with the former two comprising the 7025-yard premier 18-hole layout.
The 27-hole golf facility at Franciacorta Golf Club is one of Pete Dye’s rare European projects from the mid-1980s and he designed the layout in collaboration with Marco Croze.
The Pete Dye layout at French Lick opened for play at a reputed cost of $28m in 2009. The golf course occupies a difficult site that required 2.5 million cubic yards of earth to be moved during construction.
Keswick Hall Golf Club is set in the heart of Virginia’s Hunt Country and the club’s new Pete and Alice Dye-designed “Full Cry” course is laid out over a 1990s Arnold Palmer layout. Beware of the hounds!
The Pete and Alice Dye-designed championship layout at the historic old Gasparilla Inn & Club is very much an island course on its own private island.
The 1923 Donald Ross-designed course at the Gulf Stream Golf Club is located on the Atlantic coast to the north of Delray Beach. In a Seminole style, the property has a central ridge that Ross once more utilised to good effect.
Harbour Town Golf Links is the best of the three courses at the Sea Pines Resort and it was created by Pete and Alice Dye and Jack Nicklaus.
One of three fabulous layouts at the Sea Pines Resort, the Sea Marsh course emerged from an extensive reconstruction in 2007 as Heron Point by Pete Dye.
Venue for the US Amateur Public Links Championship in 1997, Kearney Hill Golf Links in northwest Lafayette County is a Pete and P.B. Dye layout that debuted in 1989.
According to Pete Dye, "There’s no other golf course in the Northern Hemisphere that has as many seaside holes" as the Ocean course at Kiawah Island.