For more than four decades, Pete Dye has played the game he loves and made playing the game all the more memorable
Front Nine: “I must have made 1,000 mistakes, but I won’t tell you what they were!” laughs Pete.
The narrow deep green of the 480-yard, par-4 hole 6
Dye working with project manager Jason McCoy on 13, described as “the most difficult hole on the inward nine”
The 444-yard, par-4 hole 15
Prepping for the ’91 debut brought some anxious moments. Pete, pictured with shaper Tom Simpson
An aerial view of hole 11 illustrates Pete Dye’s wicked mix: a poetic juxtaposition of menacing sand, manicured greens, and wind
A map of the Ocean Course for the 1991 Ryder Cup
Pete and Alice Dye, married for 62 years, have collaborated on more than 100 golf courses around the world.
Pete Dye plotting a rough draft of the 17th, which his wife, Alice, insisted include challenging water elements.
Team U.S.A., led by captain Dave Stockton, claimed victory by one shot on the last hole.
yder Cup was the Ocean Course’s inauguration party, and what a party it was.