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Dye Designs Tapped to Design The Dye Club, London

12.48pm 22nd November 2013 - Courses

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Dye Designs websiteDye Designs is thrilled about their latest project, The Dye London Club, in Edgware, England, situated just north of London. The course, which will feature a Dye signature Island Green, will overlook the city skyline. Dye designed courses have hosted over fifty championships worldwide, and the team is looking forward to another fantastic project, the company’s first in England, to add to their already impressive resume.

“We are extremely excited to bring Dye golf to England. With over 50 years in the business of golf course design and construction, we understand how to build unique, environmentally sensitive, world-class projects that attract golfers from around the world. Our hands-on design approach allows us to be on the cutting edge of conservation and protect the environment by enhancing precious natural areas and wildlife habitats.” said Perry Dye, architect. “This is a great piece of property, and we are excited about what we have planned here.”

The Menai-Davis family, who in 2007 opened The Shire London, the UK’s only Seve Ballesteros golf course, near Barnet, north London, will develop the project.

“What a coup” said Tony Menai-Davis. “After working with Seve at The Shire London, we knew there was only one name of a similar stature we wanted to work with on this project – Dye Designs. With Sawgrass, Kiawah Island, Whistling Straits and so many more globally-renowned golf courses bearing their name, we are every bit as excited as I’m sure all British golfers will be, to see what they create right here in London.”

Dye Designs has established a worldwide reputation for unique, environmentally sensitive, ecological, championship, resort and public golf courses. Dye Designs believes that Dye courses can produce better golfers, while providing local employment and valued recreation for all those who play them.

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