The Cardinal by Pete Dye

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If there’s an architect that’s known for designing visually intimidating golf courses, it’s Pete Dye. 

The Cardinal is no exception.

Opened in 1977, this course has proven a timeless, difficult test.  Hazards and bunkers line most fairways and make choosing the proper sight lines a must. 

The same goes for approach shots into greens which are protected by small pot bunkers and mounds. 

Just like most of Dye’s other courses, it’s important to remember that there’s usually more room than it looks like.  Commit to your shots. 

If you have the chance to play this course more than once, do it.  You’re almost sure to score better the second time around.

The Cardinal by Pete Dye

Paul Liberatore

Paul Liberatore

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