I've played Rum Point in Ocean City, MD (P.B. Dye course) on several occasions and enjoyed it very much. Also played the Dye course at Barefoot Landing in Myrtle Beach. Both are very nice courses.
The Dye course in Port St. Lucie requires nothing less than perfection. Whether you miss the green by 30 feet, right or left, or by a mere 2-3 feet R or L - the ball ends up in the same spot.
I'm not averse to hitting into shallow greens, but the greens at the Dye course at the PGA Village in PSL are a bit extreme, especially when you consider you're likely hitting mid-irons into a 10'x10' area.
A bit much for my tastes/ability. And quite frankly - moving up a set of tees really doesn't make the shot that much easier.
So if you're a fan of short-sided pitch shots on tight bermuda lies with hardly any green to work with (not only in front of the pin - but behind the pin!) you'd enjoy the challenge here.