Links at Perry CabinSaint Michaels, Maryland
- Address308 Watkins Ln, St Michaels, MD 21663, USA
There is a common misconception regarding the Links at Perry Cabin, and that is architect Pete Dye completed the design in collaboration with his son Perry Dye. Although perhaps appropriate because of the name, it was actually P.B. who worked with the elder Dye to complete this public-access course on the East Coast of Maryland.
Much like Bulle Rock, another public Dye option in the state, the course exudes the architect’s signature features. One indication is the liberal use of railroad ties, which make themselves most evident all along the lake that frames the final three holes. No. 17, another Dye island green, is propped above the drink with a ring of ties. More eye-catching might be the closer, which is a long “Cape”-style par four that angles so sharply that the green may be closer to the tee than the farthest area of the landing area is (don’t be tempted).
Despite these intrigues, the signature hole may be No. 7, which emulates the Biarritz template (one less frequently used by Dye than, say, the Redan). Playing a full 245 yards and featuring a pond along the right of the green, this par three will remain in one's memory.
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Pete Dye captained the college team in his youth before going on to qualify for the US Open in 1957. He won the Indiana State Amateur, took part in The Amateur in 1963 and played in five US Amateurs.