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Dominican Republic Top Golf Destination of the Caribbean

December 1, 2020

Golf in the Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic has consistently been honored as the top golf destination in the Caribbean. Nine of the country’s golf courses have been included in Golfweek Magazine’s list of the top 50 courses in the Caribbean and Latin America, and The Dominican Republic was named the “Golf Destination of the Year in the Caribbean and Latin America” by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators (IAGTO) several times throughout the past years.

It is easy to see why, with dozens of world-class designer golf courses surrounded by natural beauty, magnificent coastlines, and lush green fairways. Conveniently located with direct flights from Canada, the United States, and much of Europe, the Dominican Republic is an attractive destination for golf.

Playa Dorada Gold Course

The golf course in Playa Dorada, located in Puerto Plata, promises a unique and inspiring experience. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., this 18-hole course offers five holes with sea-views, including one directly adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean. Relatively flat, it is known for its outstanding conditioning: generous greens featuring water hazards and strategically placed bunkers. Lessons from recognized professionals are available, and our concierge team is happy to set up a golf outing for you. Please contact us for more details.

Playa Grande Golf Course

The famed course at Playa Grande, located on the north coast and designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. is exclusively available for private guests.  All 18 holes overlook the Atlantic Ocean, with 10 that are played directly ocean-side, and the course spreads out along a hilly area atop cliffs. Ask our concierge for more details.

September 15 – 19, 2021 Casa de Campo Open

Casa de Campo Resort & Villas presents the 40th Casa de Campo Open. The Championship will be held on the world-famous golf courses, Teeth of the Dog, Dye Fore, and The Links. The format is a 54-hole Individual Stroke Play competition using the Stableford scoring system. Men and women will compete in flights by index and age

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