Calle Isabel Aguiar,
Office+1 (809) 530 6606
Fax+1 (809) 531 7698
Golf proAndres Melenciano
18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Undulating terrain.
Residential and woodland.
Current design by Robert Trent Jones Sr (1947).
9-hole par-35 Los Robles course
12 km W of Santo Domingo centre (Zona Colonial)
Santo Domingo CC is located in the south-west of the city. Take Hwy 2 to the Plaza de la Bandera (with its modern arch in the centre). Turn left and head south on Ave Luperon. After 1.7 km turn right into Ave Mirador del Sul. After 300 metres turn left into Ave Isabel Aguilar. After 100 metres turn right into golf.
Santo Domingo Country Club is a private country club, open only to its members and their guests. Located in the western residential outskirts of bustling Santo Domingo, plenty of trees do a good job in screening out the suburban world beyond the course, creating a mainly tree-lined, occasionally more open, golfing oasis. On this pleasant, Robert Trent Jones designed, parkland layout, water hazards are infrequent, but good bunkering will be encountered around the greens and along the fairways. The mix of dog-legging and straight holes, generally well separated by the lines of trees, will ensure all your shot-making repertoire is tested. Some attractive views can be enjoyed from the course's higher elevations.
Santo Domingo CC is a private club. Guests may only play if hosted by a member.
Santo Domingo, or in full, Santo Domingo de Guzmán, is the capital and largest city in the Dominican Republic, with a population estimated at about 2.5 million. Founded by Christopher Columbus in 1492, it is the oldest continuously inhabited European settlement in the Americas, and was the first seat of Spanish colonial rule in the New World. Originally known as La Isabela, after Queen Isabella of Spain, it was later renamed Santo Domingo, in honour of Saint Dominic.
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+1 (809) 221 2222Visit website
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Las Lagunas; Santo Domingo (Private)
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