The Last Course Designed By Pete And Alice Dye

Located on attractive rising ground in Edgware, North London, The Dye London will thrill the capital’s golfers with a layout designed to excite and inspire all golfers, from beginners to elite level. The planning permission allows for the creation of a magnificent 18-hole golf course with luxury clubhouse, practice facilities, car parking and landscaping on land south east of the A41 / M1 Junction 4.

Celebrated US golf course architects Dye Designs – famous for designs at Sawgrass, Kiawah Island, Whistling Straits, Crooked Stick, Harbour Town and many other world-famous locations – will be bringing their unique brand of creative golf course design to the UK for the first time.

Memorable experiences and spectacle will be provided by trademark Dye Designs features such as an island green on the short 7th hole, The Dye London’s tribute to the 17th at TPC Sawgrass, where from the tee golfers will enjoy a breathtaking vista of London’s iconic city skyline. Another notable feature will be a large lake, shared by both the 9th and 18th holes, which will create a fearsome challenge at the conclusion of both nines – and great views from the clubhouse terrace. The golf course will be over 7,000 yards in Tour configuration but will offer multiple tees for handicap golfers.

The Dye London is part of the Bridgedown Group. Within this group includes The Shire London, which features the UK’s only Seve Ballesteros golf course, West London Golf Centre, The City9 – London’s best 9-hole golf course and West London Links, due to open in 2022.

Ceri Menai Davis
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Jessica Hedderman
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Dye Designs has established a worldwide reputation for unique, environmentally sensitive, ecological, championship, resort and public golf courses. Dye Designs believes that Dye courses can produce better golfers, while providing local employment and valued recreation for all those who play them.

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