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Golf Australia Express : Issue 25
DREAM THE BALLYNEAL, TAKE A BOW IF ONLY YOU COULD... LEGENDARYCOURSE architect Pete Dye— with his wife Alice and 300 helpers—turned an overgrown rocky wasteland along the Casa de Campo coral coastline into one of the most stunning golf Ballyneal, Holyoke, Colorado, USA Photography by Evan Schiller GREAT COURSES are blessed with a stunning landscape, dramatic design and a magical aura—think Ballybunion, Carnoustie and St Andrews. And in most cases these hallowed tracks have been around for ages. But smack bang in the middle of the USA there’s a stunning track just five years old. And it’s already managed to surround itself with a mystique similar to famous Great Britain layouts. Welcome to Ballyneal. It’s a Tom Doak classic and it all started with a young boy’s dream...