Dominican Republic Golf

Occupying the eastern two-thirds of Hispaniola, Dominican Republic is surrounded by vast oceans including the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. The country is the Caribbean’s second largest nation next to Cuba with an area of 18,704 square miles. Its capital, Santo Domingo, is home to an array of America’s firsts including a cathedral, university, castle, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Ciudad Colonial. Aside from the country’s rich history, the Dominican Republic’s rugged highlands and mountains also hold some of the highly acclaimed golf courses that ever existed. Whether guests visit the country for a swing at the challenging holes or merely enjoy the great sceneries, the array of golf vacation packages will serve as the ticket to experience the world’s best.

Casa de Campo

A blend of the colonial past with the nature’s best and modern architecture is what Casa de Campo is all about. The 7,000 acres of land was developed into one of the region’s most complete resorts that has been attracting guests from across the nation. Home to Pete Dye’s legendary course, the Teeth of the Dog, Casa de Campo is also internationally recognized as having the finest greens where beginner and professional golfers meet halfway. The other two highly acclaimed courses in the resort include the Dye Fore and the Links Course.

Punta Cana

Punta Cana is Dominican Republic’s sun-drenched region that offers white sand beaches with the magnificent tropical setting. Guests from all over the world visit region each year to experience a quiet refuge away from the hustles of the busy city life. Aside from sparkling sand beaches, Punta Cana also boasts of its renowned golf courses designed by top architects and designers like Nick Faldo, Jack Nicklaus, P.B. Dye, Jose “Pepe” Gancedo, Nick Prize, Tom Fazio, and many other top golf icons. Each of the courses offers unique style and characteristics that will surely bring out the best golfer in you.

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