Pete Dye designed the renowned Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass, which hosts the signature event in the US PGA Tour, the Players Championship. The site was less than impressive, a chunk of marshland that had been acquired in the Seventies by Deane Beman, who was then the PGA's commissioner, for $1. Dye's original layout was so challenging that he later returned to introduce some changes that toned things down a bit. The Stadium now boasts some of the finest par 5 holes in existence, each distinct, but all potential score-busters. But the real star here is the 17th, probably the best-known hole in the game, and the second in a trio of finishing holes so difficult that the stretch has become known as golf's Bermuda Triangle. TPC Sawgrass belongs in the same class as the classic four majors—The Masters, US PGA and the American and British Opens.