The Las Vegas Paiute native tribe owns the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort, the first multi-course facility built on Native American property. Pete Dye designed all three layouts and Snow Mountain led the way in 1995, with fairways routed around seven water hazards.
One of three distinctive Pete Dye designs at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort, the Sun Mountain course is the 18-hole layout of choice for many of the golfers who tee it up at this fantastic 54-hole facility.
The Wolf course at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort is the longest of the three courses at the 54-hole complex. Being a Pete Dye creation (in collaboration with Perry and Cynthia), it wouldn’t be complete without an island green at the 182-yard 15th.
The Links at Perry Cabin golf course is a Dye family collaboration, involving P.B. Dye and his parents Pete and Alice Dye. Rebuilt in 2017, the layout features a remarkable Biarritz green on the par three 7th hole.
There's nothing mediocre about Loblolly Golf Club, which opened in 1988. It’s one of Pete and P.B. Dye’s unsung layouts that simply bristles with style. Formerly known as Loblolly Pines, this is Floridian seaside golf from the top drawer.
Designed by Pete and Alice Dye, the Long Cove Club opened in 1981 with rolling, tree lined fairways, challenging greens and water featuring prominently in the golf course design.
Greg Norman originally founded the Medalist Golf Club in January 1995 and the course, located at Hobe Sound, was the first design collaboration between The Shark and Pete Dye.
The Peter Dye Challenge course was the last of three layouts to open at Mission Hills Country Club. Trademark railway sleepers buttress several greens close to intimidating water hazards, reminding golfers that they’re playing a Dye track.
Opened in 2007, the Pete Dye layout at Mission Hills Shenzhen was built in tandem with the Schmidt Curley design team. Its woodland setting is characterised by sleepered bunkers and undulating green complexes.
The Mystic Rock course is one of two 18-hole layouts at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, named after Chief Nemacolin, an 18th century Delaware Indian. It’s a tough track that Pete Dye crafted in the mid 1990s.