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Bobby Weed

Projects w/ Dye: Amelia Island Plantation
Long Cove
TPC Sawgrass
 
Notable Designs: Spanish Oaks (pictured)
Olde Farm
TPC Tampa Bay

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Lee Schmidt

Projects w/Dye: Casa de Campo (Teeth of the Dog)
PGA West (Stadium)
Kiawah Island (Ocean)
 
Notable Designs: Crosby at Rancho Santa Fe (pictured)
Mission Hills (Olazabal)
Southern Dunes

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Bill Newcomb

Projects w/Dye: Crooked Stick
Radrick Farms
 
Notable Designs: Boyne Mountain (Monument, pictured)
Crystal Mountain (Mountain Ridge)
Medalist

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John Harbottle

Projects w/Dye: ASU Karsten
Farms Golf Club
Kiawah Island (Ocean)
 
Notable Designs: Timilick (pictured)
Gold Mountain (Olympic)
Palouse Ridge

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Tim Liddy

Projects w/ Dye: Bulle Rock
Kiawah Island (Ocean)
Wintonbury Hills
 
Notable Designs: Duke’s Course (pictured)
Princess Anne
Rock Hollow

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Rich Harvest Farms

LOCATION Sugar Grove, Ill.
PARTNERS Greg Martin and Jerry Rich
Under the guidance of Chicago architect Greg Martin, millionaire Jerry Rich designed and built a demanding layout—his first—on farmland he owned...

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Links at Spanish Bay

LOCATION Pebble Beach, Calif.
PARTNERS Robert Trent Jones Jr., Sandy Tatum and Tom Watson
A trio of Stanford alumni—an architect, a player and an administrator—teamed up in the 1980s to build...

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Erin Hills

LOCATION Hartford, Wis.
PARTNERS Dana Fry, Michael Hurdzan and Ron Whitten
Golf Digest architecture critic Ron Whitten often bantered with Michael Hurdzan about doing a course together. After taking one look...

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Castle Stuart

LOCATION Inverness, Scotland
PARTNERS Gil Hanse and Mark Parsinen
After Kingsbarns, developer Mark Parsinen teamed with Gil Hanse to create a true links layout in the Scottish Highlands. The...

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Augusta National

LOCATION Augusta, Ga.
PARTNERS Bobby Jones and Alister MacKenzie
After losing in the first round the 1929 U.S. Amateur at Pebble Beach, Bobby Jones visited nearby Cypress Point. Afterward, he hired...

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