Play golf near The Caribbean Sea, “Tafelberg” mountain and Spanish Water on a court designed by Pete Dye. Pete Dye was honored by the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2008 with the lifetime achievement award. He is only the 5th architect to be inducted to the Hall. Considered in many circles to be the most influential golf course architect of the last five decades, Pete is now in his 80′s and is still designing golf courses. Pete comes by his career naturally. His father designed and built a nine-hole golf course on his mother’s farm in Urbana, Ohio, and Pete grew up playing and working on this course. He won the Ohio State High School Championship and was medalist in the Ohio State Amateur. Upon his discharge from the United States Army (after World War II), he attended Rollins College where he met Alice O’Neal. Alice and Pete were married in 1950 and Pete moved to Indianapolis where he became a star salesman for The Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company.