Professional golf hits the Mountain State with the Players Cup at Pete Dye Golf Club.
In a tranquil valley near Clarksburg, West Virginia, Pete Dye has designed a true masterpiece. The golf course ranks in the Top 100 courses in America and is a truly spectacular. This visually stunning property offers a true integration of the game with the environment.
Opened in 1995, the Pete Dye Golf Club has been consistantly ranked amont the four "Greatest Golf Courses in the Modern Era." Called the "Shangri-La of golf" by one journalist, the course reflects a true integration of the game and the environment. The course features remnants of coal mining activity, including exposed, strip-mined high walls, a rotary car tipple, coal-laden mine cars, a cart path through a once-deep mine and waterfalls that originate from deep mining activities of days past.
The Nationwide Tour Players Cup, which will be held July 7-13 at the Pete Dye Golf Club in Bridgeport, W.Va., will be the Tour's premier, in-season event. It will feature a unique 144-player field based on the Nationwide Tour's money list and a Tour-record $1 million purse.
FOR MORE INFORMATIONThe Players Cup at the Pete Dye Golf Club
Person Interviewed: Tim McNeely
Title: Tournament Director
Date: July 10 thru 13, 2008
Location: Harrison County, West Virginia
Address: 801 Aaron Smith Drive, Bridgeport, WV 26330
Admission: $25.00 for ground pass $50.00 for club house pass
Reservations: Reservations accepted, tickets available at the gate.
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