The Teeth of the Dog

Conquer the Caribbean's finest course. Top notch caddies are available to guide you through the course. Caddie fee is usually 25$ for groups of 1-2 and 40$ for groups of 3-4 players. Caddie fees are paid directly to the Golf Course.

The Dye Fore

This Pete Dye masterpiece is 27 holes; 7,740 yards long; 7 scenic cliff-side holes dropping into the Chavón River below; and breathtaking 360 views.

This challenging course is characterized by spectacular views and a delight for players of all levels.

The Links

The most traditional of all three golf courses in Casa de Campo. The Links is an old school course that located more inland.  If you are visiting Casa de Campo as part of a Golfing holiday, we recommend playing all three courses.

No trip to the Dominican Republic is complete without a round – or several – of golf. In fact, the exquisite yet challenging golf courses are part of the reasons that this destination is so popular for families and couples. While mom is pampered in the spa, dad can play a great round of golf. Casa de Campo is close to several golf courses, but most importantly, there are some attached to the resort, so you can use your golf cart to go straight there!

The Casa de Campos Golf Courses

Known widely as one of the world's leading golf resorts, Casa de Campo is a very popular destination for games and sports enthusiasts. With three golf courses designed and created by the infamous Pete Dye, this 7,000-acre resort is sure to have something for everyone.

The Casa de Campo golf courses comprise of two courses on the water and one a bit further inland. This variety means that Casa de Campo has the variety to accommodate golfers of all abilities and interests.

The resort's main attraction is the Teeth of the Dog course – it's the top-ranked course in the Caribbean, and has even been placed at number 39 on Golf Magazine's Top 100 courses!

The Dye Fore Course is one large extravaganza for those that love golf. With a whopping 27 total holes and a championship 18th hole measuring a grand total of 7,740 yards long, golfing this course can be an all-day event! There are even seven different cliff-side holes, some with drops of nearly 300 feet all the way to the Chavon River that make for a scenic shot.

The third course on Casa de Campo property is The Links . It's a more traditional course, versus a vista of greens, and reminiscent of golf courses from the British Isles. The Links offers a unique type of game specific to Casa De Campo, and one that many old-school golfers enjoy, which is links golf in the Caribbean. The Links is a bit more inland, and while it is occasionally overlooked in favor of the more scenic sisters, the 2012 renovations have upped the difficulty level, making it a worthwhile inclusion to your Caribbean golf vacation.

The Punta Espada Jack Niklaus Course

If you want to explore the Dominican Republic a bit more, don't miss the Jack Niklaus-designed Punta Espada golf course. It opened in late 2006 in the massive 46-square-mile Cap Cana community, which is located about 15 minutes south of the airport. It's close enough to your Casa de Campo resort to making it accessible, with a brief tour of the island scenery on your way. The course is par 72, and covers 7,396 yards – it's designed for the mid-level and above golfer.

If the 611-yard second hole doesn't jolt you awake, the ocean spray on the 250-yard 13th will. If you've never been to Scotland for Highland golf, you might not be familiar with factoring wind gusts into green reading. You'll experience a lot of that here! The course has eight holes along the water, and then a couple of more with water views. It's also surprisingly hilly, especially compared to other courses in the area. The scenery at the back tees of Hole 2 is especially spectacular.