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Top Dominican Golf Courses
 
Golf is a popular sport in both North America and Europe, and given the fact that many of the tourists who travel to the DR come from these
places, it isn't surprising to see that golf is a very popular activity here. Golf enthusiasts who travel to this country for Dominican Republic
adult only vacations will be pleased to find that there are many world class golf courses available. Because of its breathtaking scenery,
many prominent golf course designers, such as Trent Jones and Pete Dye, have selected the DR for the development of their courses.
Not only does this nation offer the best adult vacations Dominican Republic, it also offers more than twenty golf courses.

Dominican Golf Courses Designed by Pete Dye, Robert Trent Jones, and Jack Nicklaus

One of the most famous Dominican golf courses is the Punta Espada Golf Club. This course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and is one of
three courses which has been planned for Cap Cana. Fifteen of the eighteen holes overlook the ocean, and the landscape includes
jungles. Another top golf course in the DR is Casa de Campo. The Teeth of the Dog and Dye Fore courses are considered legendary
among those who have played on them. In the Golf Magazine's top 100 courses, the courses at Casa de Campo came in at 35.

Another prominent golf course that can be found on the north coast is the Playa Grande Golf Course. Located near Rio San Juan, this
was one of the final courses to be created by Robert Trent Jones. The course sits on top of cliffs which overlook the beach and ocean,
providing a view which can only be described as spectacular. One of the top courses in Punta Cana is the Punta Cana Resort & Club.
Created by Pete Dye, this course is a grand total of 7,152 yards and it comes complete with four holes that sit near the seaside. The
golf course at La Cana is distinct due to the pot bunkers which comprise it.

Another great golf course, designed by Nick Faldo, can be found in the Roco Ki resort. It was opened in 2008 and has received great
praise from golf enthusiasts. It has a layout which stretches through marches, forests, and even dunes before ending near the open
sea. The final two holes have been said to rival the likes of those in Pebble Peach. When it comes to Golf in the Caribbean, the
Dominican Republic offers a wider range and selection than perhaps any other island in the region, making it a popular
destination among tourists who love golf.