Originally designed for Bangna Country Club by Pete and Perry Dye in the early 1990s, the course at Subhapruek Golf Club emerged from a flat, marshy landscape dominated by rice fields. Unsurprisingly, water now features at almost every hole on the scorecard.
The course at Talis Park Golf Club, formerly known as Tuscany Reserve, is the result of an unlikely collaboration between two bold designers, Pete Dye and Greg Norman.
Originally fashioned in 1988 by a duo of Dye’s – Pete and his son Perry – the rather exclusive course at The Farms Golf Club was softened by former U.S. Amateur Champion, John Fought, in 2000.
Laid out within a redeveloped parcel of land on the old Fort Benjamin Harrison US Army post, the course at The Fort Golf Resort is a Pete Dye and Tim Liddy layout that made its first appearance in 1997.
The Golf Club at New Albany in Ohio is one of Pete Dye’s earliest and most understated creations and the course feels mature way beyond its years.
The Honors Course is set in a secret valley to the north of Chattanooga and it’s another jewel in America’s golf course crown.
A Pete and P. B. Dye semi-private course that opened for play in 1989, the 18-hole layout at The Windermere Club is more than capable of serving up an engaging round of golf.
TPC Louisiana has hosted the Zurich Classic event on the PGA Tour since 2005 where Pete Dye's stadium course design allows spectators to get up close and personal to the competing professionals.
The course at TPC River Highlands was once home to Middletown GC then Edgewood CC before makeovers enabled the PGA Tour to establish it as venue for the annual Greater Hartford Open.
The shorter and less difficult of two 18-hole layouts at TPC San Antonio, the Canyons course is a Pete Dye design which has hosted the San Antonio Championship on the Champions Tour since 2011.