Pete Dye designed this course just a few years after completing Casa de Campo’s Teeth of the Dog. Since 1975, The Links has drawn worldwide acclaim, with comparisons to traditional British and Scottish links courses, thanks to its firm fairways and open putting surfaces inviting golfers to play shots along the ground. This 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. Most of its holes dogleg right or left over the undulating landscape, and five holes are directly surrounded by water for an extra challenge. The Links was overhauled in 2012 to make it as challenging as its sister courses.

  • Holes: 18
  • Par: 71; Yardage: 7,003
  • Slope: 126; Rating: 72.6
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Golf in La Romana

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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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