Casa De Campo Resort Teeth of the Dog

The course was ranked as the number one course in the Caribbean by Golf Magazine. Serious golfers and amateurs alike flock to here to play this picturesque spot. You'll find a tricky dog-leg and an abundance of obstacles. Winds can be stiff, especially on the seven coastal holes, and club selections will be difficult throughout.

Course Description

The course is open year-round to resort guests.

Built in 1971, this course in the Dominican Republic has become an established and respected place to play a round of golf. Pete Dye designed this course. The golf course features a course rating of 69.5, and it offers visiting golfers the chance to enjoy a full 18 holes. Also note that there is a pro, Gilles Gagnon, on hand, so think about golfing here if you need instruction or tips.

On the scenic southern coast of the Dominican Republic, this course winds in part past the resort buildings of the Casa De Campo, and seven of its holes run their whole length alongside the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea. The course is the most challenging offered at the Resort, beginning in the towering inland bluffs before making its way to the ocean for seven of the most spectacular holes you'll find.

At a Glance

You can look through the chart below for summary information.

Casa De Campo Resort Teeth of the Dog Specifications
Holes Par Yards Rating Slope Driving Range Putting Green
18 72 -- 69.5 130 Yes Yes

Policies and Fees

Resort guests will pay $135 from April through October, and will pay $185 during the winter months. Prices do not include tax (16%), but they do include a cart rental and range balls. Caddies are $25 per caddie per round.

Casa De Campo Resort Teeth of the Dog accepts major credit cards.

Unlike the other course at the resort, the Teeth of the Dog can only be played by guests of the resort. One caddie per group is mandatory on this course, but not on the Dye Fore or the Links.

Amenities

If your highest skill isn't putting, get there a slight bit before you're scheduled to tee off to have a little practice. Luckily, the golf course does offer a putting green for guests to practice on. Novices or seasoned pros who are working on their swing should spend some time at the driving range found here.

What's Nearby

The closest urban neighbor to Casa De Campo Resort Teeth of the Dog is La Romana.

If you like to have a variety of golf options available to you, there are other choices close by. Well- known courses in the area include Casa De Campo Resort Links, Casa De Campo Resort Dye Fore, and La Romana Country Club. All of them are within three miles and the nearest of the bunch, Casa De Campo Resort Links, is just a short hike away from the main course, so it won't be troublesome to plan on a quick trip for some rounds on the links.

The activeness of the golf course——bustling and full, or virtually empty—— will depend on many factors, including the capacity of nearby hotels. There are plenty of lodgings in the vicinity, meaning you can expect to encounter a fair number of additional visiting guests having a good time golfing and exploring alongside you.

Location

Casa De Campo Resort Teeth of the Dog, a part of Casa de Campo, is found in Casa de Campo, a neighborhood in the vicinity of La Romana; it is four and a half miles (seven kilometers) to the east-southeast of La Romana.

Location: La Romana, Hispaniola

Contact Information

Reservations: (855) 877-3643

Secondary Phone: (809) 523-8698

Website: http://casadecampo.com.do/golf

Email: a.concierge@ccampo.com.do

 

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