The Dominican Republic is the second largest country in the Caribbean, located just two hours south of Miami, less than four hours from New York and eight hours from most European cities.

Known for the warmth and hospitality of its people, the Dominican Republic is a destination like no other, which is characterized by an amazing nature and a unique atmosphere.

Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the north and the Caribbean Sea to the south, it boasts 1609 km of coastline, 402 km of some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, magnificent resorts and hotels and a variety of sports and entertainment activities.

Here it is possible to dance to the rhythm of the merengue, regenerate in luxury hotels, taste the delicious Dominican gastronomy or enjoy eco-tourist adventures in the wonderful national parks.

Golf in Repubblica Dominicana

Famous for the most spectacular golf courses in the entire Caribbean, the Dominican Republic is the ideal destination for golfing in any season.
It is the most visited island in the Caribbean area, with numerous accommodation facilities of all levels and some absolute excellence in the most sought-after tourism segment where golf plays a primary role.

There are 28 golf clubs with courses designed by legends such as Nick Faldo, Robert Trent Jones Sr., Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Greg Norman.
The courses are immersed in naturalistic contexts of rare beauty, scattered throughout the Dominican territory that have made it join the elite of world golf.

Playing golf in the best resorts of Punta Cana and La Romana is certainly a unique experience for every golfer. Golf courses immersed in wonderful natural places and excellent accommodation facilities, equipped with all comforts for a dream vacation.

Punta Cana is a paradise of rest and relaxation: one of the longest white sand coasts in the Caribbean, a coastline that stretches for 48 kilometers, dotted with towering coconut palms. But Punta Cana is not just fun in the sun and soft sand beaches with crystal clear waters to swim in.
It is also an ideal destination for golf lovers, thanks to the 10 courses located along the coast, a place of escape with luxury marinas and refined cuisine, as well as a wellness corner that houses the best spas in the country, including the unique Six Senses of the Caribbean.

The Teeth of the Dog in La Romana is among the most famous courses in the world that every golfer should play at least once. Seven holes by the sea, in a postcard setting, between cliffs and crystal clear sea.

The central region of the country, on the other hand, is characterized by a landscape made up of mountains and tall pine forests that characterizes the golf courses here where the respective cities of Santiago, Jarabacoa and Bonao are also ideal for getting to know the authentic Dominican culture.

But it is in the eastern area of ​​the peninsula that 18 of the 28 total courses are concentrated: there is only the embarrassment of choice for the many fans who decide to spend their holidays in the Dominican Republic every year with their golf bag.