The Dye Course at Sedgefield Country Club
With a reputation as a formidable test, the Dye Course offers some of the most rewarding play in Greensboro. Its modern, 140-acre layout designed by Pete Dye is a par-70 that meanders along a countryside stream, over two lakes and through wooded glades. Formerly known as Cardinal Golf and Country Club, the course was restored to its original layout and lengthened in 2006 when brought under McConnell Golf ownership. A number of holes feature Dye’s signature railroad ties including number 12, as he called it after the restoration, "the hardest par three I ever designed.” The course is home to the Cardinal Amateur each year, which is one of the country’s most esteemed amateur events.
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The Dye Course Junior Golf program offers camps and clinics throughout the year, as well as an interactive summer program in which golfers keep up their practice and playing regimen for a prize! Watch your youngsters grow over time and test your skills as a team each year at the parent-child tournament. The ever-adapting program continues to grow as tomorrow's golfers graduate from fundamentals to a pure love of the game.