Pete Dye

Virginia resort completes renovation of Pete Dye-designed course

Keswick Hall announced it has completed a renovation of its Pete Dye-designed course, Full Cry. Scot Sherman, ASGCA, guided the work for the Virginia resort. The work on Full Cry joins hotel and amenities renovation headed by owners Molly and Robert Hardie in conjunction with global design firm Hart Howerton. Robert Hardie also worked closely with Sherman and his team on the improvements to Full Cry, which opened in 2014.
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Purdue names golf clubhouse after designer Pete Dye

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WISH) — The clubhouse at Purdue University’s Brick Boilermaker Golf Complex has a new name: Pete Dye Clubhouse. Purdue’s Board of Trustees approved the name this week. Purdue says the new facility is made possible by a donation of $20 million from two almuni...
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EGD to honour Pete Dye at The Legacy Club

The Dye London is to be renamed The Legacy Club and will be brought to completion by European Golf Design (EGD) following the deaths of pioneering golf course architect Pete Dye in early 2020, and his son Perry in 2021. The project, which was originally announced in 2013, was set...

Goetz leads WVU golfers on 1st day at Pete Dye

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. — West Virginia University fifth-year senior Mark Goetz shot 5-under-par on Monday during the first day of the Mountaineer Invitational at Pete Dye Golf Club in Bridgeport, West Virginia. Goetz enters Tuesday’s final round in second place, just one shot behind Patrick Sheehan of Penn State. Goetz shot...

Archer makes double eagle at Pete Dye

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. -- Ian Patrick Archer of Huntington made his second career double eagle last week at the Pete Dye Golf Club. Archer used a 5-wood to perform the feat on the 231-yard eighth hole. Eric Spatafore, Joey Spatafore and Michael George witnessed the shot.

What Courses Has Pete Dye Designed?

American Pete Dye has become one of the most iconic golf course designers of all time and when you take a look at some of the courses below, it is not hard to see why. But it took him a long time to get involved in the golf design game because after he attended Rollins College in Florida, where he met his wife Alice, he got involved with insurance at his father’s firm.