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The first lady of golf course architecture: A pioneer for women's golf and one of the industry's most influential golf course architects, ASGCA Past President Alice Dye, ASGCA Fellow, has been presented with the 2017 Donald Ross AwardAnonymous. 2017. By Design. Summer. 34: p. 20-21.click here285649
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Dye receives Donald Ross AwardAnonymous. 2017. Golf Course Management. February. 85(2): p. 26.click here281009
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Course designers salute Pete and AliceAnonymous. 2014. GOLFWEEK. November 21. 40(35-36): p. 8.click here274502
*BookGolf's Finest Par Threes: The Art and Science of the One-Shot Hole Roberts, Tony; Bartlett, Michael. 2011. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: ECW Press. x, 261 pp.click here195088
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Alice DyeAnonymous. [200X]. American Society of Golf Course Architects. p. [1].click here162944
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Crooked Stick Golf Club: A Story of the Original Masterpiece from America's First Couple of Golf, Pete and Alice Dye Wirthwein, Chris. 2009. Paramount Market Press. 176 pp.click here161519
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Pete Dye Golf Courses: Fifty Years of Visionary Design Zuckerman, Joel. 2008. New York: Abrams. 303 pp.click here142288
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Dubious Dye debut Dye, Pete; Dye, Alice. 2008. p. 58. In: Shiels, Michael Patrick. Secrets of the Great Golf Course Architects: The Creation of the World's Greatest Golf Courses in the Words and Images of History's Master Designers. New York, New York: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.click here147537
 New course is a marriage of ingenuity and naturePennington, Bill. 2008. The New York Times. June 30. p. [1-4].click here138104
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The innovator: Legendary golf architect Pete Dye transformed course design in the 1970s and 1980s. But his legacy goes much further than island greens and railway sleepers. Now in his eighties, Dye remains passionate, opinionated and active. Richard Wax spoke to him and wife Alice to the the Dye gospelWax, Richard. 2008. Golf Course Architecture. January. 11: p. 34-35, 37, 39, 41, 43.click here134701
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From Birdies to Bunkers: Discover How Golf Can Bring Love, Humor, and Success into Your Life Dye, Alice; Shaw, Mark. 2004. New York, New York: Harper Resource. xxxii, 174 pp.click here95097
 Alice DyeAnonymous. 2004. ASGCA Architect's Gallery. p. [1].click here96504
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The Spirit of Pinehurst Pace, Lee. 2004. Pinehurst, North Carolina: Pinehurst Inc. 310 pp.click here272540
 Alice Dye: Biographical sketchDye, Alice. 2003. ASGCA Architect's Gallery. p. [1].click here90000
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12th hole, Pete Dye Club, Brigeport, West VirginiaDye, Alice; Dye, Pete. [2002]. ASGCA World Wide Web Site. p. [1].click here79375
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From the red teesDye, Alice. 2001. ASGCA World Wide Web Site. p. [1-2].click here71787
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Cast a long shadow: Newfangled balls and clubs will help golfers on the tee, but industry veterans say such equipment is hurting the integrity of the gameShackelford, Geoff. 2001. Golfdom. March. 57(3): p. 48-50.click here80692
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Designing women: As they make a growing impact on their profession, female course architects make it a point to empathize with golfers who play off every teeD'Antonio, Michael. 2000. Golf Journal. November/December. 53(9): p. 12-17.click here70744
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Dye named first female PGA directorAnonymous. 1999. Golf Course News. January. 11(1): p. 9.click here56885
*ChapterAdding tees to existing golf coursesDye, Alice. 1997. p. 181-185. In: Shackelford, Geoff, ed. Masters of the Links. Chelsea, MI: Sleeping Bear Press.click here58763
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Doing the work in-house?Dye, Alice. 1997. Golf Course Management. September. 65(9): p. 176.click here40968
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Iron velvet: Family, golf and architecture - Alice Dye is the master of them allGordon, John. 1997. Golf Course Management. August. 65(8): p. 126, 128, 132, 134.click here40661
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Alice Dye heads new slate of ASGCA officersAnonymous. 1997. Golf Course News. July. 9(7): p. 40.click here43560
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Dye is cast for ASGCA: Alice takes gavel this monthAnonymous. 1997. Golf Course News. May. 9(5): p. 39, 48.click here43288
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ASGCA directors speak on designAnonymous. 1997. Golf Course News. March. 9(3): p. 43, 46.click here43432
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Dynasty by designSeal, Mark. 1995. Golf Digest. March. 46(3): p. 152-156+.click here32905
*VideoA Conversation With Alice O'Neal Dye [video interview] Dye, Alice O'Neal. 1995. [American Society of Golf Course Architects]. 21:45 minutes.click here86240
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[The early years and playing golf] Dye, Alice O'Neal. 1995. In: Dye, Alice O'Neal. A Conversation With Alice O'Neal Dye [video interview]. [American Society of Golf Course Architects]. 04:12 minutes.click here86241
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[Design associates] Dye, Alice O'Neal. 1995. In: Dye, Alice O'Neal. A Conversation With Alice O'Neal Dye [video interview]. [American Society of Golf Course Architects]. 02:21 minutes.click here86242
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[Playability and design] Dye, Alice O'Neal. 1995. In: Dye, Alice O'Neal. A Conversation With Alice O'Neal Dye [video interview]. [American Society of Golf Course Architects]. 03:35 minutes.click here86243
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[ASGCA: Breaking new ground; professionalism] Dye, Alice O'Neal. 1995. In: Dye, Alice O'Neal. A Conversation With Alice O'Neal Dye [video interview]. [American Society of Golf Course Architects]. 03:44 minutes.click here86244
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[Design...now vs. then; the future] Dye, Alice O'Neal. 1995. In: Dye, Alice O'Neal. A Conversation With Alice O'Neal Dye [video interview]. [American Society of Golf Course Architects]. 05:34 minutes.click here86245
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[Women in golf design] Dye, Alice O'Neal. 1995. In: Dye, Alice O'Neal. A Conversation With Alice O'Neal Dye [video interview]. [American Society of Golf Course Architects]. 02:55 minutes.click here86246
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A great amateur: Alice DyeEmory, Pam. 1994. Golf Journal. September. 47(7): p. 41-43.click here31617
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Alice O. Dye 'broke mold' in male-dominated field of designLeslie, Mark. 1994. Golf Course News. March. 5 [6](3): p. 36.click here39231
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Women in golf summit '93Uhring, Anne. 1994. Southern Golf. January/February. 25(1): p. 10-11.click here31485
*BookPinehurst Stories: A Celebration of Great Golf and Good Times Pace, Lee. 1991. Pinehurst, North Carolina: Resorts of Pinehurst Inc. 224 pp.click here120806
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It's all in the family for some clans in design: [II.] Hunger for golf bred into Pete and Alice Dye's sonsAnonymous. 1990. Golf Course News. April. 2(4): p. 24-25.click here52724
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USGA Green Section Conference outgrows JDMAnonymous. 1989. The Florida Green. Summer. p. 30.click here18868
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Illustrated poster on two tee system for women offeredAnonymous. 1989. Hole Notes. October. 18(8): p. 17.click here197719
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Progress in two teesDye, Alice. 1989. Golf Course News. August. 1(6): p. 6.click here53349
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Crusader: Alice Dye is on a campaign for forward teesLeslie, Mark. 1989. Golf Course News. June. 1(4): p. 14.click here54131
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Are today's courses too long?: Wider acceptance of "forward tees" - so called because of their location and the progressive thoughts they represent - could add a new dimension of pleasure to today's gameDye, Alice. 1985. Golf Course Management. July. 53(7): p. 66, 70, 74-75.click here123761