Even a visionary like Pete Dye couldn’t see a half-century into the future.
Ticket and sponsorship sales for the BMW Championship—to be held Sept. 3-9 at Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel—are well under par. In golf parlance, that means they’re exceeding expectations—big time.
The Pete Dye Golf Trail includes seven public courses chosen by Dye: Brickyard Crossing, The Fort Golf Resort, Maple Creek Golf & Country Club, Plum Creek Golf Club, Mystic Hills Golf Club, Kampen Course and the Pete Dye Course at French Lick.
Renamed Dye’s Walk Country Club in 2007, the private golf course’s original nine holes were the first designed by legendary course architect Pete Dye. The Greenwood course has fallen on financial hard times and is hoping to emerge under new ownership.
Jerry Hayslett, who has managed the golf club on West 56th Street since 1999, will no longer be the operator, effective April 1, after he defaulted on a $3.5 million loan balance, city officials said.
The Indianapolis-based Language Training Center is now translating the letters of the professional golf association’s commissioner into multiple languages and providing live interpretation at association meetings.
Women’s golf tour, other sports properties turn to local firm for language, cultural skills
The local firm will operate the USGA’s catalog and online merchandise programs.
The once ballyhooed Jack Nicklaus-designed course near State Road 37 and 166th Street was perilously near bankruptcy just
a year ago.
Let me be the last (quasi) sports journalist in America to weigh in on Tiger Woods.
Brian Nicholoff’s focus will be on bringing new clients and business ventures to Essig, which manages four central Indiana
Changes are coming to the Brickyard Crossing Golf Resort, but the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which owns the facility,
has no intention of selling it.