Pete Dye, Perry Dye
The 18-hole, par-72, 7200 yard championship golf course at Pristine Bay Resort was created by world-famous golf course architect Pete Dye. The course starts at the ocean’s doorstep, rises into the island’s rolling foothills, then takes golfers on a wild ride back to the seaside clubhouse.
The Black Pearl is an eco-friendly golf course – one of only a few in the world to use a special strain of grass called Seashore Paspalum, known for its environmental compatibility, ease of irrigation and maintenance and translucent green hue. The course features one of Dye’s signature island greens, and 14 holes offering stunning vistas of the ocean and the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef.