The renowned creativity of a course designed by Pete Dye, ASGCA Fellow, is on full display at Links at Perry Cabin. That’s the word from Ron Whitten of Golf Digest on the course that opened in 2018 in St. Michaels, Maryland, an hour’s drive from Annapolis.
Assisted by his younger son, P.B., Pete transformed a low-profile 1971 collaboration with brother Roy, replacing it with a far more dynamic creation.
Though it’s not meant to be the “best of Dye,” there’s no mistaking its inspirations. The diagonal fourth green—with its right half racing downhill and to the right—brings to mind Pete’s 13th at Crooked Stick.
The island-green, par-3 17th is a mirror image of Pete’s 17th at TPC Sawgrass, but with a larger green and a comforting ring of rough around the collar.
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