Pete Dye’s first creation at Casa de Campo, this course single-handedly placed the Dominican Republic on the world golf stage in 1971. Teeth of the Dog continues to amaze avid golfers 45 years later. Consistently ranked among the best courses in the Caribbean, and one of the top golf courses in the world, it’s a must for avid and recreational golfers. Seven of its 18 holes directly face the Caribbean Sea—four on the front nine, and three on the back, making it particularly tough to play due to tenacious Caribbean winds. The course was updated in 2005, adding more length to select holes and upgrading greens and bunkers. Its championship black tees measure 7,471 yards now, an increase of nearly 600 yards.

  • Holes: 18
  • Par: 72; Yardage: 7,471
  • Slope: 145; Rating: 75.9
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Golf in La Romana


Dye Fore

Breathtaking views over the Chavón River Valley and seven cliffside holes are just some of the highlights on this magnificent Pete Dye golf course.

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PGA Ocean’s 4

With four spectacular holes right on the sea, PGA Ocean’s 4 is one of the best courses in the Caribbean; where the blue sea contrasts with the green fairways and palm trees.

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The Links

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.

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