Pete Dye Golf Club
Bridgeport, West Virginia

 
The Club at a Glance

One of the masters of the modern era of golf design, Pete Dye worked his legendary alchemy to transform a former coal mine in the mountains of West Virginia into a stunningly beautiful and engaging course that ranks among his greatest works.


No. 45 on Golf Digest's ranking of America's 100 Greatest Courses and No. 9 on Golfweek's ranking of the Best Modern Courses, Pete Dye Golf Club ingeniously weaves mining remnants and rambunctious terrain into a course that tempts and tests you from the opening tee shot to your final putt. Spread out over 250 acres amidst the Appalachian Mountains, the fairways bob and weave through wildly rugged terrain and Dye’s graceful earth sculptures. From 2004-2009, Pete Dye GC course played host to an annual PGA TOUR/web.com event. During his storybook 2005 season, Jason Gore won the web.com (formerly Nationwide) event for his third win on the circuit to earn a battlefield promotion to the PGA TOUR. You can stay overnight in the Black Diamond Lodge, which can accommodate up to 16 people, or one of our spacious three- and four-bedroom townhomes.
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