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Interview with Pete and Alice Dye

  • Aired: 08/03/2012
  • 04:48
  • Rating: TV-G
Legendary course architects Pete and Alice Dye talk about how they got started in golf course architecture, how they have worked together so well for over 60 years, what each brings to the creative process and Alice’s interest in designing courses that suit women and average golfers. The interview takes place at Crooked Stick Golf Club in Indianapolis, one of the first courses they designed.
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Legendary course architects Pete and Alice Dye talk about their career and life together.
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