Designed by Tom Fazio and opened in 2010, Corales is an exclusive and dramatic 18-hole course with six Caribbean Oceanside holes. Designed along the natural cliffs, bays, ocean coves and the inland lakes and coralina quarries, Corales Golf Course rates among the World’s finest Golf Experiences. The exhilarating challenge culminates playing the Devil’s Elbow, Corales’s last three holes. The Devil’s Elbow features the striking eighteenth hole with a dramatic forced carry over the cliff lined Bay of Corales, an inspired capstone to a memorable and breathtaking golf experience.
Having been built in 2010, tourists heading to this course should expect to find newly built, modern facilities. The greens, hole placement, and bunkers are all part of the design by Tom Fazio, the architect of the course. It has earned a course rating of 76.9, and its 18 holes stretch out a total of 7650 yards.
The Corales Club and residential community is located on 700 acres of oceanfront property with six Oceanside holes and 2.5 miles of shoreline. The cliffs of the Bay of Corales and other natural features can be intimidating, in fact breathtaking, for all golfers and residents. Either way, the weather is tempered by the year round cool ocean breezes, and views of the Caribbean Sea are offered from 8 holes. The course is grassed with Paspalum Supreme, and accented tropical landscaping and Coconut Palm trees throughout the course.
The Clubhouse features a full service Grill and Bar overlooking the Bay of Corales. There is a fully equipped golf shop, additional putting green and beverage cart service for the golfers to enjoy.
Take some time to look through the following table for a few quick facts.
|Holes||Par||Yards||Rating||Slope||Driving Range||Putting Green|
18 holes for resort guests is $295 (USD) in-season, and $195 during the off-season. For non-resort guests, the price increases to $395 in-season and $295 off-season.
If your highest skill isn't putting, arrive a slight bit before your scheduled tee time to get in some practice time. Fortunately, this golf course does offer a practice putting green for guests to make the most of. First-timers or even people who have been playing for years who are fine tuning their swing could spend some time at the driving range that is found here.
Corales Golf Club is in the same region as Punta Cana, the most close by major area, so travelers staying in town won't have far to go.
The most proximate airport is, so vacationers flying in there may want to consider golfing here.
If you are someone who likes variety, there are other choices nearby. Well- known courses in the area include Catalonia Bavaro Resort Catalonia Caribe Golf Club, Catalonia Bavaro Resort Cabeza de Toro, and The Lakes Barcelo Bavaro Golf Course. Each is within are simple to get to and the closest one of the three Catalonia Bavaro Resort Cabeza de Toro, is an accessible distance from this golf course.
The crowdedness of the golf course can vary widely, depending on everything from the time of day to how full area hotel rooms are. There is a broad selection of places to stay close by, meaning you will likely be sharing the experience with a rather high numbers of additional active travelers golfing and exploring alongside you. Vacationers love this area and all it has to offer, so if you're interested in staying close to this location, you can certainly find a spot. You'll have your pick of several hotels near this course's greens, which are named in the following table.
|Club Med Punta Cana||1.5||SSW||Resort|
|Sivory Punta Cana||2.4||SW||Resort|
|Four Points by Sheraton Puntacana Village||--||--||Hotel|
|Tortuga Bay Puntacana Resort & Club||--||--||Resort|
|Puntacana Resort & Club||--||--||Resort|
|Punta Cana Resort & Club||4.0||SSW||Resort|
|AlSol Tiara Cap Cana||4.6||SSW||Resort|
Located in the vicinity of Punta Cana, Corales Golf Club is on the premises of Puntacana Resort & Club, and can provide a fun golfing experience. Regardless of whether or not you're rooming nearby, you should consider stopping by for some fun in the sun. If you're wondering, Punta Cana is to the south west.
--PUNTACANA Village-- Come visit the PUNTACANA Village to sample an assortment of exceptional shops, restaurants, Nacional Super Market and art galleries, Medical and Professional services, and Four Points By Sheraton PUNTACANA Village. Bring the kids to the playground and enjoy an ice cream as you relax among the Caribbean architecture. Or stay out and experience our spirited nightlife at Punta Cava, our Village bar. The PUNTACANA Village also provides for the local community educational opportunities for it's residents through the PUNTACANA International School. This school caters to over 450 children from the village and surrounding area, providing an education that is accredited (CIS and NEASC) to international standards. Just a shuttle ride from the PUNTACANA Resort & Club, this lively village is a destination for all ages. --La Cana, a Puntcana Resort and & Club Golf Course-- La Cana Golf Club is a 27 holes golf course consisting of three nines; Tortuga, Hacienda and Arrecife. This Punta Cana golf course features 14 holes with ocean views of the crystal blue Caribbean Sea. Designed by P.B. Dye, this course has become a favorite of golfers from all over the world, and keeping in line with Puntacana Resort & Club’s efforts to be as environmentally friendly as possible, La Cana Golf Club was the first course in the Caribbean to use paspalum, a grass seed that can be watered using sea water. Golf Magazine has compared La Cana to Pebble Beach and declared it the “number one course in the Caribbean.” La Cana Golf Club is open to all Homeowners of the Puntacana Resort & Club as well as all registered guests of Tortuga Bay, The Westin Puntacana Resort & Club, Home Rentals and The Four Points by Sheraton.
Location: Abraham Lincoln Avenue, the vicinity of Punta Cana, Hispaniola
Primary Phone: (809) 959-2672
Secondary Phone: (809) 959-2262
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