Corales Golf Course
Punta Cana
Playa Grande Golf Course
Puerto Plata
Teeth of the Dog
La Romana
Punta Espada Golf Club
Punta Cana



Renowned for having the most magnificent golf courses in the Caribbean region, and Latin America, the Dominican Republic is the undisputed leader of golf in the tropics. At least seven of the DR’s courses have consistently topped Golf Week Magazine’s Top 50 courses in the Caribbean and Mexico, including Punta Espada in the top 10, Los Corales—where the 2018 PGA Tour will be held in the Dominican Republic—and Teeth of the Dog, at Casa de Campo, in the number one spot since 2009. From La Romana to Punta Cana, Juan Dolio, and Puerto Plata, the DR’s courses, counting 86 sea-facing holes and 39 ocean-side, offer you tee time by the sea, or along lush inland courses designed by the most acclaimed golf course architects, including Pete Dye, Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones Sr., Gary Player, Tom Fazio, Nick Price, and Greg Norman.

Whether champion or hobby player, you’ll enjoy trying your hand at our spectacular courses.

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The Dominican Republic’s award-winning courses, along and around sparkling seas, blue lakes and lush green hills, are on every golfer’s bucket list.

Jack Nicklaus’ first of two signature courses in the DR, the 18-hole Punta Espada Golf Club continues to top best golf course lists. Nicklaus’ work of art boasts eight holes playing either alongside or over the Caribbean Sea, and another five with ocean views.
Punta Cana
Built in 1947 as the first golf course in the Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo Country Club was set up by foreign executives who wanted to continue playing golf during their stay on the island. The “Country” is the capital city’s most exclusive club. A private membership course, tee times can be reserved during the weekday mornings. […]
Santo Domingo
Renowned as one of the best golf courses in the Caribbean, and ranked among the top worldwide, Teeth of the Dog is on every golfer’s bucket list.
La Romana
The first course to open in the Punta Cana area, The Lakes Barceló Golf Course was designed by Juan Manuel Gordillo and redesigned by Pete B. Dye. Crossing through a lush mangrove forest with 25 inland lakes, 122 bunkers punctuate and protect the course’s sculpted fairways.
Punta Cana
The Links, a moderately hilly course has several lagoons and lakes that are popular with wading birds, and features tall, dense bay and guinea jungle-grass rough, as well as numerous bunkers.
La Romana

Dominican Republic Reigns as #1 Golf Destination in Latin America and the Caribbean

Destination celebrates its fourth recognition for premier golf offerings from the International Association of Golf Tour Operators (IAGTO)

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