Enjoy a picture-perfect golf vacation
Caribbean golf vacations offer an exceptional experience unlike anywhere else around the globe. Golfers are treated to a tropical island setting, an escape from everyday life while you take in the unique features found on the courses of the region’s main islands of the Dominican Republic. What makes Caribbean golf extra special is not just the top-notch courses but the sandy beaches, quality service and luxury accommodation.
Why play golf in the Caribbean?
- All-inclusive hotels are in abundance - eat and drink to your heart's content
- Ocean-front courses by some top designers
- A great destination to escape the cold of the winter
- A huge variety of excellent courses to choose from
Popular golf destinations in the Caribbean
A challenging tropical golf experience
Although unassuming, the Caribbean has quickly cemented itself as one of the world's premier golf destinations. The unique courses available are what truly make the Caribbean special, due in part to the exceptional island climate found there. What's more, there is a huge variety of courses to choose from.
The Teeth of the Dog course at Casa de Campo is an example of where Caribbean golf shines. A Pete Dye Classic, the course is characterized by its spectacular views and iconic par 3s. Other notable courses include the Lakes Barcelo Golf Course, a mangrove-surrounded course with some of the best green defenses, and Punta Espada Golf Club, one of Jack Nicklaus’ 3 iconic Caribbean courses.
Here's why you should play in the Caribbean
One of the most luxurious destinations on the planet, the Caribbean is a fantastic choice for those looking to play golf in a tropical paradise setting. From the pink and white sand beaches to the year-round sunshine and fantastic food and culture, what more could you want?
The Caribbean boasts a vibrant culture and the temperature rarely dips below 70 degrees. So, what are you waiting for?
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Indulge in sheer luxury at popular golf resorts
It’s not just the beautifully designed golf courses that make the Caribbean perfect for a golf vacation, but this tropical island also offers accommodations to suit each and every golfer. We offer a wide range of hotels and golf resorts to choose from, all situated in picturesque settings. Casa de Campo Resort & Villas offer numerous dining options near the courses.
If you’re after a hassle-free all-inclusive golf holiday in the Dominican Republic, we recommend the elegant Iberostar Bávaro and Barceló Bavaro Beach which offer excellent spa and recreation facilities and are idyllically located right on the beach. The Westin Puntacana Resort & Club is also a golfer’s favorite where you can indulge in total luxury.
Things to see and do
If you’re wondering what the Caribbean offers beyond the great golf, let us give you some tips. From the pink and white sand beaches, truly sumptuous African cuisine with Caribbean flavors, it is a region that boasts a uniquely vibrant culture.
The Dominican Republic is steeped in history, with the capital city Santo Domingo being home to some of the oldest buildings in the Western hemisphere. A trip to the city’s historic sites old town streets of Zona Colonial is a must. Whether you visit the Plaza de Espana art capital or the Cathedral Santa Maria La Menor, all districts provide the perfect setting to bask in the romantic atmosphere of the city.
Although Punta Cana is hailed for its scenic landscapes, it’s not all sun, sea and golf. Take a day out from the courses to experience the thrilling water sports, ecological sites, safaris and rum tasting on offer. Popular attractions include the 1,500-acre Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park, providing a unique ecosystem of over 500 species of birds and plants.
The crystal waters off of Bavaro beach make it the prime location for snorkeling, parasailing and windsurfing. An attraction by its own right, be sure to indulge in some Caribbean-style R&R under coconut palms as the Caribbean Sea merges with the Atlantic Ocean.