Something Old School, Something New

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Something Old School, Something New

December 01, 2009

No. 1: The Pete Dye Course at French Lick Resort

Pete Dye wins his fifth Best New award with the Pete Dye Course at French Lick, Ind. Surprisingly, it's his first win in more than a decade.View entire ranking >>

No. 1: Pikewood National Golf Club

Pikewood National in West Virginia won in part because of this dogleg par 5 around the rim of a deep gulch, the sort of audacity one would expect from amateur architects.View entire ranking >>

No. 1: Charlotte Country Club

This Donald Ross layout was reinvigorated by Ron Prichard, a designer who has spent a quarter-century in relative anonymity, specializing in classic course reclamation.View entire ranking >>

No. 1: Sagebrush Golf & Sporting Club

A firm, dry links experience spread across a mountain slope in the high desert of British Columbia, Sagebrush Golf & Sporting Club is far from conventional.View entire ranking >>

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