PETE DYE COURSE
6,828 Yards / Par 72
The Pete Dye Course is the first Dye design in China. It offers a marked departure from Mission Hills’ other 11 layouts, presenting the golfer with a unique look. At just over 6,800 yards and playing to par 72, it is short by today’s standards and requires creative shot-making. Easily walked, golfers encounter many elements long-associated with Dye Courses: small pot bunkers, long tee to green waste areas, railroad ties used as sleepers and walkway steps framed by tall, native grasses to provide a sharp, visual contrast. The greens are wildly undulating, especially on the numerous short par 4s.
5,716 SF (513 Square Meters)Average Green Size
35 YardsAverage Fairway Width
178# Of Bunkers
Pete Dye is widely regarded as the most influential golf course architect of the last 50 years. His design credits include TPC Sawgrass’ Stadium Course, Harbour Town, Whistling Straits and Casa de Campo’s Teeth of the Dog. Dye’s design hallmarks include incorporation of railroad ties, pot bunkers and island greens into his creations.
- -1st Pete Dye Design in China.
- -Steep Grass Faced Bunkers With Rail Road Ties.
- -Features Small Pot Bunkers & Tall Native Grasses.
- -Wild Undulating Greens.