South Coast & Casa de Campo

3 Championship courses designed by Pete Dye and ranked among the best Caribbean Golf.

Teeth of the Dog

Ranked nr. 1 Caribbean golf course by T & L Golf Magazine, and nr. 34 in the World by Golf Magazine, Teeth of the Dog is located at Casa de Campo resort.

The course features several signature Dye formations along with seven oceanfront holes, four on the front nine and three on the back, and is considered extra challenging due to the strong sea breezes .

The course opened in 1971 and was updated in October 2005.. The Casa de Campo Golf Academy offers 24-hours of total instruction packages.

  • Par: 72
  • Holes: 18
  • Length of course: 6,888
  • Cart: Included
  • Caddy: caddy madatory

The Links

The second course designed by Pete Dye at Casa de Campo opened in 1975 and has been compared to traditional British and Scottish courses.

Several lagoons and lakes with wading birds among tall bahia grass and sand traps set the scene.

There are five holes where water makes this course an exceptional challenge.

  • Par: 72
  • Holes: 18
  • Length of course: 6,461
  • Cart: Included
  • Caddy: caddy optional

Dye Fore

The latest and third course designed by Pete Dye at the luxurious Casa de Campo resort is a breathtaking course along the slopes of the300-foot deep Chavon River gorge, with the mountains and the Caribbean sea on the background.
The views of the Chavon River are fabulous, but not as your ball is sailing down the 400 feet to the bottom of the valley. The Caribbean Sea is also within eyesight , as are the mountains of the Dominican Republic and the Casa de Campo Marina. Long holes, uneven terrain and wind make Dye Fore a challenge for even the best golfers.

The course is a long 7,770 feet with fairways 200-feet wide. Although visually intimidating, the course is very playable and golfers have been raving about it.

  • Par: 72
  • Holes: 18 Length of course: 7,770 yards
  • Cart: Included
  • Caddy: optional