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.
The best and toughest of the three public courses at the PGA West golf complex, Pete and Alice Dye’s 1986 creation, the TPC Stadium course, is host to the PGA Tour “Q-School” Finals every two years.
Designed by Pete Dye and Perry Dye, the course at Plum Creek Golf Club hosted the Denver Champions of Golf event on the Champions Tour from 1984 to 1987.
It took more than ten years from conception to delivery but seasoned commentators will tell you that Pete and Perry Dye’s course at Pound Ridge Golf Club was well worth the decade-long gestation period.
In 2002, Pete Dye’s Canyon course was the first of two 18-hole layouts to open for play at the Promontory Club. The front nine holes are laid out in open terrain whilst the shorter back nine climbs into more hilly territory.
One of two University of Michigan golf facilities, Radrick Farms Golf Course is a mid-1960s Pete and Alice Dye design that’s situated to the east of Ann Arbor with 107 acres of turf maintained inside a 275-acre former gravel quarry.
The facility at Riverdale has two 18-hole golf courses for public play but it’s the Dunes layout that garners all the plaudits. Pete and Perry Dye designed the course in a Scottish links style in the mid-1980s, with Tom Doak also having a hand in the construction of several holes.
The course at Ruffled Feathers Golf Club is a Pete Dye/PB Dye co-design that brings water hazards into play at sixteen of the holes on the scorecard, including all nine on the inward half.