Diente de Perro: The "Teeth of the Dog" golf course is considered by many to be the top in the Caribbean, and is ranked 27th in the world. You will play right next to the coastline here and take in the beautiful views when you're not concentrating on the challenges of the course.
Dye Fore: With 27 holes, sea and mountain views, and cliffs on the Chavon River, Dye Fore is a foray into elevation challenges that make you work for your holes.
The Links: This is the more traditional British-style course at Casa de Campo. Although it features rolling hills and water hazards, you'll find this course the most forgiving at the resort.
About Casa de Campo
This luxury resort is in La Romana, in the southeastern corner of the country. In addition to wonderful amenities, Casa de Campo offers golf packages, clinics, and a training center. Although the resort's three courses offer plenty of chances to play, you're also only an hour from the oceanside Punta Espada Golf Course designed by Jack Nicklaus and the less-challenging Punta Blanca Golf Course in Punta Cana.
How to Get There
There are two airports less than an hour from Casa de Campo: Santo Domingo International Airport and Punta Cana International Airport. A flight from Miami, Florida, to Punta Cana usually, lasts about two and a half hours, and is often the less-expensive ticket choice.
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