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P.B. Dye Golf Club

P.B. Dye Golf Club

9526 Doctor Perry Rd Ijamsville, MD 21754-8721 URL:   Course Website

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Opened in 1999, the course was designed by P.B. Dye -- son of the famous golf course architect, Pete Dye. Having made a well-known name himself, P.B. Dye agreed to designate his masterpiece as his only signature course. Like other Dye courses, P.B. Dye Golf Club features railroad ties, pot bunkers, and an island green on the par-3 11th hole.

P.B. Dye Golf Club is the only course in Maryland to feature Penn G-2 bent grass greens. One of the newer seed varieties, G-2 is also used at the Pinehurst No. 2 course. Throughout the course, closely mowed collection areas and the large greens replicate conditions seen on the PGA tour.

Course Information for P.B. Dye Golf Club

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)
Managed by Billy Casper Golf


P.B. Dye Golf Club Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by P.B. Dye, ASGCA
72 par, 7,036 yards
74.2 rating, 140 slope
Just Golf facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $79.20 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Billy Cullum, General Manager


Amenities:
Driving Range


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P.B. Dye Golf Club 3.9 5 25 25
Great track... Beautiful course with a challenging layout. Many tiered, undulating greens coupled with all being aerated made first time play difficult on the greens and approach shots. Definitely a course I would look forward to playing again having a better understanding of knowing ball placement. I understand why the course gets such positive reviews with the surrounding views of the Western Maryland hills. The staff were very cordial. Chad in the pro shop sent us out with friendly conversation and Brittany on the snack cart was adorable and always driving away requesting us to "come back and see us again!" I think the starter can tone it down a little delivering his "canned" speech with more emphasis on having an enjoyable round rather than approaching our foursome twice on the tee box regarding rules. A final sendoff of "keep them down the middle" with a smile on his face wouldn't hurt... April 7, 2014
Bring the "A" game putter P.B.Dye is a beautiful and fun course. The greens were extremely fast and with PLENTY of twists and turns. Bring the "A" game on the putter. This course should be on all "must play" lists. October 24, 2013
Great Greens, Course knowledge is a plus The course has several blind tee shots and the greens are tricky. You need to play this course a few times to truly appreciate and play it well. October 17, 2013
Great Course in great shape I highly recommend.due to all the rain back in June didn't damage course like some of the other courses I have played. August 31, 2013
Great shotmaking course Nice course with interesting layout. Definitely emphasizes quality shots into the tiered, undulating greens. Went when the greens were aerated, but I can see why the course gets such positive reviews. Will def go back. August 18, 2013
Terrible Conditions, No marshall It looks like they are letting the course die out a slow death, just like the pace of play with no marshal anywhere to be seen.. August 17, 2013
Good track Played this for the second time. Course was in solid shape and I enjoyed the round very much. Only issue is that is was VERY slow. First time I played there were not many people on the course and we flew. This time it took just over 5 hours - which is not fun when you are waiting for the group in front of you on every hole. Clean up the pace of play and this is a go-to type of layout. August 12, 2013
Fun - but beat up Just played PB Dye over the weekend and I can see why people like this course so much. It is definitely fun to play, and the greens are like a Putt Putt course. Unfortunately it is need of serious maintanence. There were weeds on the Tee boxes, weeds around the greens, bare spots, and some fairways look like a war zone. A divots paradise. I think I would play this course in the spring, after she has had a long winters nap! August 5, 2013
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