Barcelo Golf Club

Statistically speaking, a legendary person’s son can’t overtake or even match the excellence of his father. But that grown stereotype unfits for the maker of Barcelo Golf Club, P.B. Dye, whose architectural skill contends with his father, the renowned Pete Dye. The golf vacation destination, manifesting pure inherited talent, opened in December 2010 with an attitude eager for public guests. The championship golf course travels to an exuberant mangrove forest with 25 inland lakes and 122 bunkers.

Benefiting from the natural beauty of Bavaro area, the Barcelo Golf Club exhibits an innovative incorporation of indigenous plants surrounding the punctiliously sculpted greens on the 6,655 yards. The professional tees comprise of 18-holes playing for par 72 on this newest and most visited course in the Punta Cana Area, according to the ratings. The community even credits this golf vacation course for primarily assisting to the growth of tourism in the location.

Staying at Barcelo Golf Club means getting significant discounts on considerable bonuses like having easy access to the best beaches of Punta Cana. Part of the usual golf vacation package includes an enjoyable snorkelling where guests can find an astounding sight of rare coral reef attractions. Scuba divers treat this area as one of the best places to seek astonishment from under the sea. Both land and water quality features skirt in this course where a picturesque lake adorns the landscape of 3 different set of tees. And if view and play seem inadequate, there are free golf lessons available, a pro shop and club rentals at the resort, for everyone to take advantage of.

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