Golf in Dominican Republic
Golf in the Dominican RepublicWe went and played all the top courses in the Dominican Republic and were completely blown away and now understand why the Dominican Republic is the undisputed leading Caribbean golf holiday destination. The world class Casa De Campo Resort with its 3 superb courses including the iconic Teeth of the Dog course at Casa de Campo, which is ranked as the leading golf course in the Caribbean and Latin America. Other superb courses we played include the magnificent Jack Nicklaus masterpiece Punta Espada, Corales Golf Course where the 2018 PGA Tour was held, La Cana Golf Course and Hard Rock Punta Cana Golf Course. As can be seen in our videos, these courses offer so many holes designed along the cliffs, bays and ocean coves that are very memorable for their views. In addition to staying at the superb Casa De Campo Resort we also visited some other superb resorts including Tortuga Bay Hotel, Eden Roc Punta Cana and Westin Punta Cana as well as the huge Hard Rock Punta Cana. With its beautiful white sandy beaches, lush indigenous forests and of course the quality all-inclusive golf resorts with luxury accommodation we highly recommend a Domincan Republic golf holiday.
Temperatures rarely falling below 25°C be it in the winter or summer months. Away from the stereotypical all-inclusive resorts there is the cultural city of Santo Domingo which some believe is the oldest city in the new world; with its wonderful restaurants, clubs and of course many classic churches it is a popular tourist destination. The country is becoming ever more popular with tourists from around the globe which is in no small part down to the availability of direct flights from most top airports.
Golf in Punta CanaThe eastern most part of the Dominican Republic, it lives up to the paradise feel that the rest of the country emits. Growing in popularity from the early 1970s, the area has beautiful sandy beaches and generally shallow beaches which are perfect for those tourists who enjoy bathing. The golfing in Punta Cana is the most impressive available in the country if not the whole of the Caribbean island area. There are a number of top quality courses, most noteworthy would be The Lakes Barceló Golf Course which is a breath taking series of holes with a large amount of water hazards to avoid. The Punta Espada Golf Club provides golfers with fantastic views along the coastline while playing a course which was developed by Jack Nicklaus. The close proximity to the nearest airport only aids to increase the popularity of this breath taking course. Other notable courses in Punta Cana are the Corales & La Cana golf courses. A number of 5* accommodation is available, the exclusive Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, is considered one of the best in the Caribbean.
Golf in La RomanaThe third largest city in the country, with a population of approximately 130,000. This region is home to the premier course on the island. The must play course at the Casa De Campo resort, which is called the ‘Teeth of the Dog’ is considered the top course on the island and the whole of the Caribbean itself.The course in fact ranks 67th globally and gains appreciation from all who play it. The resort at Casa De Campo has a total of 3 championship level courses, including the Teeth of the Dog, Links & Dye Fore along with some of the most luxurious accommodation on the planet, the spa and rooms are without a doubt deserving of their 5* rating. The weather here is similar to the rest of the island with average temperatures not falling below 25°C for any given month.
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A Dominican Republic golf holiday at Tortuga Bay Hotel Punta Cana Resort & Club offers luxury, impeccable service & access to incredible golf courses. Being the only AAA Five Diamond Awarded property in the Dominican Republic, expect to be fully taken care of from the moment you touch down at Punta Cana international airport.
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