Pete Dye Golf Club
Pete Dye Golf Club has been ranked as one of the top courses in the U.S. by Golf Magazine's panel of experts.
Any course that features a cart path built through a coal mine sounds more Disney than design genius. But at Pete Dye's namesake track, the coal seam, mine shaft and other relics are native to the site, a former coal mine.
Located two hours south of Pittsburgh and home to a Nationwide Tour event, the course is full of the master's risk/reward diagonals and exacting shot demands. It took 16 years to build the course and another 16 to reach Golf Magazine's Top 100 Courses in the U.S., but our panelists agree it was worth the wait.Design - Golf Course at Pete Dye Golf Club
- Year Built: 1994
- Designer: Pete Dye
- Greens Grass Type: Bent Grass
- Fairways Grass Type: Bent Grass
- Water Hazards: Yes
- Sand Bunkers: 91-100
- Yardage Markers: 200, 150, 100 Yrd Markers and Sprinkler Heads Marked