Pete’s boss couldn’t believe he could do such a thing, nobody ever heard of golf course architect then. - ALICE DYE TOLD GOLF.COM
Golf is not a fair game.
So why should I build
a fair course?
The ardent golfer
would play Mount Everest
if somebody put
a flagstick on top.
On January 9, 2020, golf legend Pete Dye passed away at 94 years old. His influence on the sport will live on as golfers continue to play on his beautiful courses for years to come.
In 2019, Alice Dye —“The First Lady of Golf Architecture”— passed away at 91 years old and will be remembered as a pioneer in designing courses alongside her husband.
In almost 69 years of marriage, Pete and Alice Dye’s inseparable partnership and iconic designs made an everlasting impact on local and global golf communities.