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  • Pete Dye

    It would have taken a psychic with special powers to predict that Pete Dye would become one of America’s most famous golf course designers. A Second World War paratrooper, a successful insurance salesman, a fine amateur golfer, a skilled greenskeeper and happily married, Pete had reached his early thirties and seemed settled and content. “In those days, I never had the urge to design a golf course,” he said. “But I have always been interested in golf course maintenance.”

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  • The Front Nine

    As the architect of record, Pete Dye defends himself against the charge that many of his courses beat the average golfer to death by saying that his sights are always set on the large number of golfers who play the great courses regularly – courses like Seminole, Pine Valley, Shinnecock, Royal St. Georges and St. Andrew’s.  “You’ll never hear me call that kind of golfer average,” he said.  “He is the ardent golfer and that’s who I build for.”

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  • The Back Nine

    “The Dye looks and feels more like a course in the low country of Georgia or South Carolina,” said Joe Webster, president and managing partner. “The Dye Preserve is the benchmark of quality play in Florida, catering entirely to the ardent golfer. The minimal intrusion of nearby homes and the technical challenges of a Pete Dye course – all within 30 minutes of Palm Beach International Airport – are enticing to golfers in search of an enhanced experience.” View Album