As far as Jupiter-area courses go, The Dye Preserve is a bit off the beaten path, nearly 10 miles inland and west of I-95. The Pete Dye design has many of the late architect’s defining features, including railroad tie-lined water hazards, deep pot bunkers, teardrop mounding and intimidating sightlines. With the tips nearly reaching 7,300 yards and course rating just shy of 76, the course is a stern test. Like many Jupiter courses, PGA Tour and LPGA Tour players are members at The Dye Preserve.
Second 100 Greatest: Ranked 183rd, 2013-'14.
Best in State: Ranked 14th, 2013-'14. Ranked 21st, 2015-'16. Ranked 23rd, 2017-'20. Ranked 25th, 2011-'12. Ranked 28th, 2021-'24.
Current ranking: 28th.