Golf in La Romana



Casa de Campo Resort. The Resort is considered by most to the premier multiple golf resort in the Caribbean. The famed 18-hole Teeth of the Dog course at Casa de Campo, with seven holes on the sea, is usually ranked as the number-one course in the Caribbean and is among the top courses in the world. Pete Dye regards Teeth of the Dog as one of his best designs and has long enjoyed living there part-time. The Teeth of the Dog requires a caddy for each round and an additional $25 (plus tip). Pete Dye has designed this and two other globally acclaimed courses here. Dye Fore, now with a total of 27 holes, is close to Altos de Chavón, hugging a cliff that features commanding vistas of the sea, a river, Dominican mountains, and the marina. The Links is a gamey 18-hole inland course. Resort guests must reserve tee times for all courses at least one day in advance; nonguests should make reservations earlier. Jim McLean operates a golf school at Casa de Campo; an instructor is on-site year-round. Half- and full-day lessons are available to individuals and groups; one-hour private lessons for adults cost $150. Casa de Campo, La Romana, 22000. 809/523–3333 resort; 809/523–8115 golf director. Teeth of the Dog: for non-hotel guests, $325 per round per golfer; for guests, $185 per round per player. Dye Fore: $295 for nonguests, $218 for guests. The Links: $206.50 for non-guests; $182.90 for hotel guests. Teeth of the Dog: 18 holes, 6989 yards, par 72; Dye Fore: 18 holes, 7740 yards, par 72; The Links: 18 holes, 6664 yards, par 71.

More Sports and Outdoors


Trip Finder
Travel Deals