In Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, world-renowned architect Pete Dye’s Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass once again plays host to The Players Championship, the Tour’s unofficial fifth major. However, it’s no secret that its architect Pete Dye also created another championship course at Sawgrass, Dye’s Valley Course.
The sister-course to the world-famous THE PLAYERS Stadium Course, Dye’s Valley Course, is available for play year-round. Seasoned and casual golfers can benefit from this golf course’s design with wider fairways and larger greens and a challenging test playing from 5,126 to 6,847 yards.
Designed by Pete Dye, Bobby Weed, and player consultant Jerry Pate, the Course officially opened in 1987 and has previously played host the Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada qualifying tournament (2018), Web.com Tour Championship (2013-2015), and Winn-Dixie Jacksonville Open (2010-2012).
Boasting perfectly manicured surfaces and water on every hole, Dye’s Valley Course is a must-play for any golf enthusiast. Ranked No. 21 in Golfweek’s 2017-18 rankings of “Best Courses You Can Play” in Florida, Dye’s Valley Course, much like its sister course, the Stadium courses, winds through North Florida’s naturally compelling landscape.