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Pete Dye, one of the game’s most renowned, legendary course architects, died Thursday at the age of 94. Dye is responsible for many of golf’s iconic venues like the TPC Sawgrass’ Stadium Course, Whistling Straits, Kiawah Island’s Ocean Course, and much more. Here’s what social media had to say on his death:
This morning I played an enjoyable round on Mr. Dye’s master creation.
His life had and will continue to have such a profound impact on the game. pic.twitter.com/mOohxpPJ6A
— Rory McIlroy (@McIlroyRory) January 10, 2020
Today golf has lost a man whose everlasting imprint will never be forgotten. He was the Picasso of golf architecture & changed 20th century golf course design. He started me on my design career & taught & challenged me to be naturally different. RIP my dear friend Pete Dye. pic.twitter.com/ipMWutbCIS
— Greg Norman (@SharkGregNorman) January 10, 2020
“Pete Dye made a lasting impact on the game with his truly innovative style of golf course design. He will be greatly missed, and he and Alice will always hold a special place in the game.” – Mike Davis, USGA CEO pic.twitter.com/CVamlEUHFU
— USGA (@USGA) January 10, 2020
A 2008 inductee into the World Golf Hall of Fame, Pete Dye's influence leaves a global imprint on both the amateur and professional games.
Thank you, Pete. pic.twitter.com/0ir7lKdmbR
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 9, 2020
Your love for the game is evident in every single challenge you’ve designed for us, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.
Thank you, Pete. pic.twitter.com/ZBwVOJARdE
— THE PLAYERS (@THEPLAYERSChamp) January 9, 2020
The LPGA mourns the loss of legendary golf course designer, Pete Dye.
Pete and his wife, Alice, were longtime friends of the women's game and made a lasting impact on the LPGA and the golf world. pic.twitter.com/BKkiNQk3Zi
— LPGA (@LPGA) January 9, 2020
"Pete & his late wife Alice formed the greatest force in golf design history. The Dye family will forever be linked to many of the thrilling championships in PGA history & for something that they intended all along – that we embrace golf’s life values.” (2/2) – @suzywhaley
— PGA of America (@PGA) January 9, 2020
A true Indiana legend and an inspiration to all who play and love the game of golf. The world was a better place because of Mr. Pete Dye https://t.co/yazDpT5Zek
— Patrick Rodgers (@PRodgersGolf) January 10, 2020
Fond memories of Pete Dye, true gentleman & immense contributor to the game. His design legacy reminds me of Arnold Palmer’s playing career: unique, authentic, willing to take bold chances…and, credit to his beloved wife & trusted partner Alice, never deviated from his identity
— Mark Rolfing (@MarkRolfingGC) January 9, 2020