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Punta Cana, Bávaro & Macao


The sophisticated East Coast of the Dominican Republic is the country's most-visited region and the Caribbean's "in" golf destination. The area is distinguished by its upscale resorts, which border about 20 miles of white sand beaches.


Golf Courses:

- Barceló Golf de Bávaro

- Cana Bay Golf Club

- Catalonia Cabeza de Toro

- Catalonia Caribe Golf Club

- Cocotal Golf and Country Club

- Corales

- Iberostate Bávaro Golf & Club

- La Cana Golf Club

- Punta Blanca

- Punta Espada

- White Sands

Barceló Golf of Bávaro
 This was the first golf course in the entire Punta Cana tourist region, and is found inside the Barceló Bávaro Resorts tourism complex. The course is undergoing renovation and being redesigned under the supervision of P.B. Dye, the son of Pete and
Cana Bay Golf Club
The new Cana Bay Palace Golf Club's course fits in perfectly with it natural surroundings. It is part of the Hard Rock Palace Casino Golf & Spa Resort in Punta Cana. It has 18 holes, which were the product of the imagination and creativity of
Catalonia Cabeza de Toro
 Five lakes and leafy trees outline this beautiful course, designed for the most experienced golfers as well as those who are just starting out. There are actually two golf courses at the Hotel Catalonia Bávaro Beach, Golf & Casino. One is a par
Catalonia Caribe Golf Club
This golf course is next to the Catalonia Bávaro Beach Golf & Casino's facilities, close to the beach at Cabeza de Toro, on the Caribbean Sea. This links-style course was designed by Barcelona architect Alberto Solá, where the winds and the
Cocotal Golf and Country Club
This 27-hole golf complex was designed by the Spaniard José "Pepe" Gancedo, a seven-time amateur champion in Spain. Gancedo used the surroundings of an ancient coconut plantation to build a course with a variety of tropical fruit trees, palm trees
At this course, you never know what to expect. Tom Fazio designed holes of all distances filled with cliffs, coral, and strong winds coming off the sea. With each shot, you will be surrounded by a different nature-filled challenge. Fazio removed 1.3
Iberostate Bávaro Golf Club
The new Iberostate Bávaro Golf Club was carefully designed by P.B. Dye, working closely with stone and rock. His finishing touch was guiding the course along the coast, where golfers of all handicaps will be able to enjoy both the scenery and the
La Cana Golf Club
 This course is often touted as "Innovative, challenging, beautiful and fun." It uses paspalum grass from tee to green to achieve a course-long consistency. It's also believed to be the first golf course to be fertilized solely with organically ...
Punta Blanca
Designed by the South African player Nick Price, winner of the British Open (1994) and twice named Player of the Year (1993 and 1994) by the Professional Golfers' Association of America (PGA). This course's design is different, and is held to a very
Punta Espada (Sword Point)
 Punta Cana is proud to be the first golf course in the Dominican Republic designed by golf legend Jack Nicklaus. You simply can't miss playing here. From its opening, Punta Espada, meaning "the sword point," has earned many awards. It's even been
White Sands
Pepe Gancedo, Malaga Spain's most well-known course designer, created the first nine holes of this 18-hole course. From there the "poet of golf," José "Pepe" Gancedo, was able to work with the natural framework of the land to continue the vision of