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The Eastern Shore never had a golf course like Pete Dye’s final masterpiece: The Links at Perry Cabin.





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21st-century marvel a golf course designed by the legendary Pete Dye for the Inn at Perry Cabin. The Inn at Perry Cabin opened in 1816 and it was inducted into Historic Hotels of America in 2018 – the same year that Dye’s magnificent golf course opened. Pete Dye, one of the greatest golf course architects of the late 20th and early 21st centuries, collaborated with his wife, Alice, and their son, P.B., to design the Links at Perry Cabin. It is a work of art that tees up a truly world class golf experience that challenges golfers at every level. The course plays through stunning topography and vistas of Maryland’s iconic Eastern shore. Players voyage inland through lush woodlands and man-made dunes sculpted from the earth before feeling the breeze off the water, as the course transforms over the final stretch of holes. The game at the Inn at Perry Cabin is played among majestic trees, bunkers, and distinctive water features, ending with an unforgettable finishing stretch in view of the glorious Chesapeake Bay. During the design process, Pete Dye agreed on three fundamental rules to guide every decision on this course: "keep it fun…keep it beautiful…keep it moving." No hole was routed, no green was built, and no tree was planted without consideration of these principles. Constructed on a peninsula where farms and forests meet the shore, the Links highlights Pete Dye’s unique ability to sculpt fairways into natural expressions of the earth itself.

Winding through indigenous trees and undulating terrain, the lush course is filled with inspiration from iconic Pete Dye golf holes, including the island green at TPC Sawgrass and the “Biarritz” hole within the Yale Golf Course. The last three holes at the Links will leave a particularly lasting impression. Believing the end of any course should be the most memorable, Pete designed the final greens to remain in the golfer’s mind long after the round is over. Each are exciting, challenging, and fun in their own way and are collectively referred to as the “good night kiss.” Be prepared for hole #17, a replica of Dye’s island green from his TPC Sawgrass course, playfully known as a “Dye-abolical” island green. But before the Links at Perry Cabin opened in 2018, guests at the resort had access to another golf course on the same land with a connection to the Dyes. Nearly 50 years earlier, in the late 1960s, Pete Dye and his brother, Roy Dye, started work at the site of the future Links course. Nevertheless, they were never paid for their efforts when the development plan fell through. The course, called the Martingham Country Club and later called the Harbourtowne Resort Country Club, was finished without their input. Roy passed away in 1995 but Pete lived to see the Dye family’s vision for the course take root in the form of the Links in the 2010s. It was Pete Dye's final design. His son, P.B., can be credited with ensuring his father's ideas were brought to fruition.

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