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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

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P.B. Dye Golf Club 4 5 49 49
Great Course when you get Golfnow deal Second time I have played the course, this was the first time during this season. I thought the course was in good shape with the rain the day before. I do not think I would pay full price but for $55 bucks before 12 on a Sunday it is a great course. And shooting a 76 doesn't hurt either, greens were rolling very true. I Will come back August 25, 2014
Great Day on the Course! Having only played PB Dye once ... several years ago ... I was reminded on this second outing just how terrific a course it is to play. Greens are in fabulous shape ... not a FLAT one in the bunch ... and fast. Lots of Dog Legs to keep you on your toes from Tee to Green ... and speed of play was as good as it gets. Worth driving 30 to 40 minutes for a wonderful golf experience for golfers of all levels! August 21, 2014
Good Course Interesting Course worth playing, if not quite worth a long drive and the price. July 29, 2014
ok but won't go out of the way to play frequently I have found courses that are managed by Billy Casper Golf tend to not have the best upkeep. The fairways and greens were in fine shape as well as most tee boxes. However the surrounding areas could use some work - a lot of scrubby grass and overall aesthetic not worth the greens fee. There are bunkers they have let grow in and look bad - leads me to think they didn't feel like tending to them so just let spotty grass grow in. Food at the clubhouse was good and prices were reasonable. Coming from Baltimore I would bypass this course in the future in favor of others in the area. July 17, 2014
Pretty Challenging! The course was in condition and the greens were fast. The fairways were pretty open but don't let that fool you. It's very challenging. The greens are pretty large and very undulating. If its not missed in the right spot be prepared for a three putt. I will be back again! July 15, 2014
Too Many Blind Tee Shots Good course but you need to play it many times to know where to hit the ball. I don't think you can actually see your landing area off the tee until you get to hole #16. Making a course difficult by not letting you see where to hit the ball is just unfair and a poor design. The course is in great shape and the staff is great, but for the money I am not sure I would want to invest the rounds or the money necessary to be able to play it well. July 14, 2014
Great Course. Great Staff. Great Time Had some friends drive down for the weekend so we decided to give this course a try. Very glad we did. The reviews ranged from awful to great so i didn't know what to expect. But from the moment we walked in to the moment we left we had a great time. The Pro was super nice, was happy that golf now drove play, and went out of his way to make sure we had a good experience. The course was in great shape - both fun and challenging. We had a foursome with two couples and the pace of play was good. We finished in 4 and a half hours but never felt rushed or that we were pushing the group ahead of us. The ranger drove around, which was nice, but we never saw the cart girl. That was a let down, so plan accordingly. The better deal you get on greens fees, the better value for sure, but i'm glad we played. Will absolutely go back again. July 7, 2014
A very-good, but not great, course...but a good experience I think that I have to lead off here by looking at the negatives of the course. The difficulty of getting on it as a single, the fact that certain traps were under repair...it's somewhat of a round course, overall, with fairways adjacent to one another, traffic passing by on a few holes...condition-wise it was just in "good" condition, with a few exceptions. The amenities were nice, a nice clubhouse, great view of the course from the clubhouse, and the cart-girls were happily driving round and round. But this is much more of a players' course than a "golf outing". It's legitimately hard, first of all, with several blind tee-shots, some borderline-crazy tee-shots and some tight approach shots, that put this course a bit beyond the amateur-casual golfer. Intermediate-length even from the back tees, it's really a shotmakers course and carries a shotmakers' attitude and you will find a lot of "shotmakers" playing the course. You know, kind of like the Red Bull Golf League. The thing about it is that it's a beautiful course. It reminds me of Olivia Newton John in Grease. It exists as a golf-course, sure, but clearly it's a cut above most courses in both difficulty and in beauty. It truly is a beautiful course and if you're a jaded player you'll enjoy the round for that reason alone. And when you get through admiring the course for its beauty, you can get back to admiring it for the challenging shots that you have to make to play it well, and admire yourself for shooting 100 on it from the back tees the first time that you played it. Or something like that. No bragging intended. I know harder courses in the DC area, I don't know many better-looking courses, and none that I'd say are tough yet fair and simply gorgeous on top of that. In that regard, it stands alone. Undoubtedly the best public course that I've played within an hour's' drive of downtown DC. But still, given the condition of the course at least when I played it, I can only give it a 4 out of 5. June 30, 2014
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