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.
The Shepherd’s Rock course at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort debuted in 2017. It’s a re-designed layout from Pete Dye which first appeared thirty years earlier as The Links, having been originally fashioned by Willard Rockwell.
Set within a private gated golf community, the East course at Oak Tree Country Club is the longer and more difficult of a pair of 18-hole Pete and Alice Dye layouts located at this fine golf facility.
The West course debuted in 1978, four years before Pete and Alice Dye returned to complete the 36-hole golf complex at Oak Tree Country Club.
The re-branded Oak Tree National was shamelessly constructed in 1976 with a view to making it, as the club proudly boast, “the hardest golf course in the world”...
Old Marsh Golf Club lies at the centre of a 450-acre private residential development where the fairways and Mother Nature blend together in complete harmony with the wetland surroundings.
The Old Quarry Golf Course at the Santa Barbara Plantation lies close to Mount Tafelberg, a craggy slab of limestone where they still mine marble in the southeast corner of Curaçao.
The Pete Dye Golf Club is located in Bridgeport, West Virginia and is a private club which opened in 1994. Water, in the shape of ponds, creeks or streams, comes into play at nearly half the holes.
One of the leading campus courses in the country, the Pete Dye River Course of Virginia Tech has been selected to host one of the state’s top events, the Virginia State Amateur, in 2016.
One of three outstanding 18-hole layouts on offer at PGA Village in Port St Lucie, the Dye course more than holds its own against the other two Tom Fazio designs.