by World Golf Hall of Famer Pete Dye in 2000, the Dye Course presents some of
the most elaborate sand traps east of the Mississippi. Ranked in Golfweek’s “Florida’s
Top 20,” this links-style masterpiece is as beautiful as it is challenging.
Deep pot and volcano beaches, vast coquina waste areas and devilish greens
treat members and guests to a wildly entertaining round of golf. Emphasizing the native surroundings and Dye's uninhibited style for creative design, the Dye Course features pine straw roughs, vast coquina waste bunkers and grass-based bunkers. A links-style course that weaves by the 100-acre 'Big Mamu' Wetlands, the Dye Course offers pure Florida surroundings, with hints of design from the older British Isles' courses for flavor. In 2016, the Dye Course underwent a complete re-grassing and renovation project. Celebration
Bermuda was installed on fairways, putting surfaces were expanded to their
original sizes and outfitted with Tifeagle, while TifGrand was chosen for the