The National Golf Course Owners Association named the Pete Dye Course at French Lick Course of the Year last week.
The course was one of four finalists for the award. The association evaluates golf clubs based on the quality of their courses and ownership, as well as their contributions to the community and the game.
The Pete Dye Course will host the Ladies Professional Golf Association’s Senior LPGA in July.
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