Campo in perfetto stato, nonostante il periodo;fairway e green tenuti molto bene, compresa la pulizia del campo. Campo pratica lungo e provvisto di numerose postazioni sia scoperte che coperte;utilissima la zona drive.
The Dye name has long been associated with the game of golf, or more specifically, golf courses. Back in the 1960’s, when golfers walked hard fairways and unwatered rough, carrying wooden headed clubs with steel shafts, Pete and Alice Dye had their humble beginnings. From their first major project at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, the couple’s design influences have evolved through the years. Initially taking inspiration from Robert Trent Jones and Alister McKenzie, the Dye’s would eventually develop their own unique style. Target greens, difficult 18th’s and high lipped greenside bunkers among other trademark elements, would form the basis for a Dye course in the years to come.