Congratulations to the team at The Ford Plantation, only days after reopening for member play on Oct. 1, the Ford Plantation Club's golf course was named to Golf Digest's Best New Courses 2014 list.
"Much like Trent Jr. at Poppy Hills, (Pete) Dye replaced his own 30-year-old design with something of an entirely different style," wrote Ron Whitten, the Golf Digest architecture editor. "Gone are narrow fairways, railroad tie bulkheads and waste bunkers. The front 9 is still in trees, thinned considerably; the back 9 still on a savannah, now with more contour."
World Golf Hall of Fame architect Pete Dye personally oversaw the year-long, $7 million-plus redesign at Ford, a property where he first built in the mid-1980s. Tim Liddy, a longtime Dye collaborator, was an associate on the project.
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