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Golf in the Dominican Republic has been strong since the debut of Casa de Campo's iconic Teeth of the Dog debuted in the 1970s. It's only gotten better over the last decade as Punta Cana has emerged as a great golf destination as well. The island will host its first PGA Tour event in March.
Clifftop holes. Seaside views. Daunting lagoons. Pete Dye's 27-hole Dye Fore golf course at the Casa de Campo resort in the Dominican Republic has it all.
The Caribbean Sea swims adjacent to seven holes of Casa de Campo's Teeth of the Dog, the iconic centerpiece of the luxurious golf retreat in the Dominican Republic.
Casa de Campo's The Links isn't just the easiest of the resort's three golf courses, it just might be the most forgiving course Pete Dye has ever designed.
There are few places where the description of art is more apropos than Pete Dye's Teeth of the Dog at the famous Casa de Campo resort in the Dominican Republic. This popular seaside play -- known for its delicately carved ocean holes -- is still popular 40 years later. It's, arguably, the top course in the Caribbean and certainly on most serious golfers short list of places to play before you die.
There are a lot of ways guests can relish "The Sporting Life" at Casa de Campo, a 7,000-acre playground for all ages that could be your escape to break the winter blues. Here are 10 good ways to spend a vacation inside the gates of the Caribbean's coolest country club.
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