Whenever you visit the Dominican Republic, you can count on temperatures in the 80’s year round and warm tropical breezes off the Caribbean Sea. The white sand beaches are lined with beautiful coconut palm trees and the resorts sit adjacent to the ocean. Enjoy swimming pools, inside or al fresco dining options, and a completely relaxed vacation experience within these safe and secure resorts. Best of all, the service of the local Dominican staff in restaurants and golf clubs is very polite and genuinely friendly, many seasoned travelers return year after year due to the warm Dominican hospitality.
For those who cannot decide between Punta Cana or Casa de Campo, why not combine them both for our Best of Dominican Golf Package?
Enjoy the all-inclusive services at Punta Cana and Casa de Campo, enjoy three wonderful nights at each resort and five great rounds of golf. All meals are included plus the beverages, resort amenities and outstanding service provided at both destinations.
Arrive Punta Cana Airport (PUJ) and VIP whisk through customs and check in within an hour of landing! Optional golf today or enjoy your Westin Punta Cana or Tortuga Bay resort amenities such as spa, pool beach or other activities. Lunch, dinner and cocktails included daily on the all-inclusive plan.
After breakfast (included every day) enjoy your first round of golf on Corales GC with cart and caddie included (just tip the caddie about $40 per bag). Golf course drinks, lunch and dinner included at your choice of restaurants.
Transfer to Punta Espada GC for 18 holes of Nicklaus seaside golf with cart and caddie included, and back at the resort enjoy your dining and beverage privileges and perhaps a relaxing afternoon around the swimming pool?
Check out of Westin Punta Cana or Tortuga Bay resort and private one-hour transfer to The Casa de Campo Resort. Round of golf on arrival on The Links and enjoy your complimentary resort cart to explore the restaurants and bars around the resort. At Casa de Campo, breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks are included, plus many complimentary resort activities such as skeet shooting or horseback riding.
Golf today on the spectacular Dye Fore GC and suggest an evening in the mountain top “ancient” village of Altos de Chavon with your choice of restaurants and bars.
Final round this week is on the Teeth of the Dog GC, which is ranked in the Golf Magazine World Top 100. Home of many international amateur and professional tournaments over the past 50 years, the “Teeth” is a wonderful experience and among the world’s best. Maybe take your cart to The Marina tonight for your final night dinner at Casa de Campo?
After breakfast, check out and transfer one hour for VIP service at the airport. Bon voyage!
6 nights accommodation
Punta Cana & Casa de Campo
5 rounds of golf:
Punta Espada GC
Dye Fore GC
Teeth of the Dog GC
All inclusive package including dinners, drinks and transfers
Tour does not include Flights
Designed by Tom Fazio and opened in 2010, Corales hosts the PGA Tour every spring and is among the prettiest seaside courses you will ever play.
The conditioning is always fantastic, and although carts are included, caddies are mandatory and very helpful in reading putts and enhancing your enjoyment.
5,124 to 7,650 yards
5 sets of tees
With 27 holes of golf, the three nines (Tortuga, Hacienda and Arrecife) weave through the palm groves and jungle straight down to the beach.
Pete Dye designed this course so that 14 holes have ocean views and many require careful navigation around the ponds. A fun course to play and remember your camera for the ocean holes!
5,270 to 7,344 yards
5 sets of tees
Quite possibly Jack Nicklaus’ most beautiful tropical creation, Punta Espada gives you the impression that almost every hole is a “signature hole”.
An upscale course opened in 2006 that competes with any in the Caribbean or Mexico, with more than half of the holes with Caribbean Sea views. This course is located in another location but transfers are included.
5,052 to 7,366 yards
4 sets of tees
Long considered the best golf course in Latin America, it has been ranked in the Golf Magazine World Top 100 for over 50 years. The variety of holes along the sea, including the world famous 5th hole, a par-three with carry over the azul waves, or the similar 16th, will remain etched in your mind for years to come.
Since 1971, The Teeth of the Dog has been all bite, no bark, and one of the best tropical golf courses in the world.
4,827 to 7,263 yards
6 sets of tees
Opened in 2002, Pet Dye created the 27 hole Dye Fore course along 300 foot cliffs and with views Chavon River valley and The Marina.
The stunning homes along the course will keep you entertained, but no more than the three-nines named Chavon, Marina and Lagos, with wide open expanse and vistas for miles. Dye created great challenge here that most agree is a top five course in The Dominican Republic.
5,225 to 7,724 yards
5 sets of tees
Often the “third” course at a resort is intended for beginners or group events but not so at Casa de Campo with The Links, a classic Pete Dye layout from 1974.
Enhancements in 2012 made the course significantly more challenging and rebuilt green complexes. Enormous waste bunkers make it slightly more forgiving than the other courses here but it’s certainly no pushover! (Pat 71 and 4436 to 6739 yards with 5 sets of tees).
4,436 to 6,739 yards
5 sets of tees
The Westin Punta Cana is a traditional hotel setup, with large rooms, all enjoying views of the pool area and at least a glimpse of the ocean. Whereas the Westin tends to mesh better with golf groups, the more luxurious villas at Tortuga Bay, all designed by Oscar de la Renta, are targeted primarily for couples.
Both resorts are nearby one another and offer numerous dining and drinking options on the all-inclusive plan (highly recommended!), gym and spa services, and a plethora of other services and activities to meet all of your requirements.
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