Dye Fore at Casa De Campo introduction
The golf at Casa de Campo is first-rate, with three terrific, contrasting courses that will more than satisfy your appetite and love for the game. From the stunning coral shores of Teeth of the Dog to the rugged landscapes of the Dye Fore and undulating hills of the Links Course, Casa de Campo is a once in a lifetime golfing experience. To complement these three courses there are also a tremendous range of practice facilities, a golf school, and a clubhouse for those well-earned post round drinks.
Dye Fore at Casa De Campo information
18 holes, 72 par, 7770 yards. Links.
Opened in 2005, Dye Fore is Pete Dye’s most recent design at the great Casa de Campo. It is a 27-hole Championship layout measuring in at a monstrous 7,770 yards, making it the longest course in the Caribbean. With seven holes running along the cliffs above the Chavón River, it has spectacular 360-degree views of the Caribbean Sea, the Dominican mountains and the resort’s marina below. In fact, it is considered by some to be even more beautiful than Teeth of the Dog, its older sibling.
The 12th and 15th holes are considered to be two of the greatest one-shotters in the world, with spectacular views and gusting winds creating an incredible final challenge for all levels of golfers.
Dye Fore at Casa De Campo Location
The Dye Fore course at the Casa De Campo resort is located in La Romana, Dominican Republic.