Casa de Campo (The Links course)

4+ (4 gold): one of our top-rated 4-star courses, worthy of 4½ stars.
   Casa de Campo (The Links course) Est. 1974

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Casa de Campo (The Links course): Although often demoted to third in line in the Casa de Campo hierarchy, perhaps an afternoon option, the Links course is another excellent Pete Dye design, and definitely not to be overlooked. Although lacking the dramatic oceanside holes of its illustrious neighbour, the Teeth of the Dog, or the stunning river views of Dye Fore, this very pleasant parkland-style, resort course is certainly no pushover. Gracefully weaving its way through unintrusive, upscale housing, the fairways here are lined with a dazzling array of tropical flora, as well as artistically crafted bunkers of every shape and size. The flatness of the opening two holes changes dramatically at the par-4 3rd, one of several holes played to small, elevated and heavily contoured greens. Around the putting surfaces all manner of bunkering and lunar-like mounding will test and challenge your short-game, on what you'll discover is generally a "forgiving tee-shot", but "testing second-shot" golf course. Although absent on the front-nine, water makes its present felt during the middle section of the inward-nine. Both the par-3 13th and 16th holes are defended by ponds fronting the greens, while back-to-back par-4s at 15 and 16 are wrapped around the same small lake, bringing water into play for anything hit too far left off the tee. Its hard for The Links to steal any limelight from Casa de Campo's Teeth and Dye Fore courses, but if those to golfing behemoth's have given your game a mauling, the Links might just be the place to put it back in order.

At this Stay & Play venue, the on-site accommodation is located close to the golf facilities.

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Casa de Campo Resort
Casa de Campo,
La Romana,  
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Office   +1 (809) 523 3333
Pro Shop   +1 (809) 523 8115

  +1 (809) 523 8800

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Golf Pro
Gilles E. Gagnon (Director of Golf)
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About the course

The course: 18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland.
Gently undulating terrain - no effort to walk
Surroundings: Residential and tropical vegetation.
Designer: Pete Dye
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  Men Back Men Front Women Front
Yards 6664 5411 4537
Par 71 71 71
SSS or Slope 72.6 66.5 65.7
At the Same Location:
Championship courses at Casa de Campo: sharing the same clubhouse in the resort centre is the 18-hole par-72 Teeth of the Dog (7471 yds from back tees) and 18-hole par-71 Links course (6664 yds from back tees). A five-minute drive from the centre, with its own clubhouse and shop, is the 18-hole par-72 Dye Fore course (7714 yds from back tees). Also on the property is the private 27-hole La Romana Country Club course. A new 9-hole course is in construction close to the Dye Fore course.
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How2Get There?

4 km E of La Romana
Casa de Campo is just off Hwy 3 on the east side of La Romana. If approaching from the east (Higuey) look for the entrance on your left before getting into La Romana. If approaching from the west (Santo Domingo / San Pedro de Marcoris) go through La Romana on Hwy 3, following signs for Casa de Campo. Look for the entrance on your right, about 1.2 km after crossing the river bridge on the east side of the city.

Essential information

Green Fees:
2014/15 visitor fee, 18-holes in high season (Nov thru' April): US$155, includes golf cart. Discounted Stay&Play packages and twilight rates. [Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc]. Credit cards accepted.
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Who can play and When?
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.  Must book in advance.
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Other Information
Walking permitted with a caddie. Golf carts compulsory if caddie not used.

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Did you know?

Transforming Casa de Campo from a concept to reality in the late 1960s, involved finding a suitable plot of land on which the dream could unfold. The land that was selected for the resort was a huge 7,000 acre plot to the east of La Romana. Like the original links-land used for the earliest golf courses in Britain & Ireland, the terrain that became Casa de Campo was too sparsely vegetated for cattle grazing, and too infertile for agriculture, which in Dominican's case implied sugarcane production. Although it may not have the look and feel of a classic British links layout, the Links Course at Casa de Campo occupies a tract of Dominican "links-land", on which grazing and agriculture were not possible.

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Latitude: (18.412106)
Longitude: (-68.934150)
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Casa de Campo Resort 5-star
Casa de Campo, La Romana, Dominican Republic
+1 (809) 523 3333

Casa de Campo, the Caribbean's most complete resort, offers an extraordinary range of activities and facilities, spread throughout its huge and impressive ocean-fronted domain. With 81 holes of golf and nine more on the way, this is a golfers paradise. Two of the courses - the Teeth of the Dog and Dye Fore - are amongst the most acclaimed in the Caribbean. The resort also includes the world-class La Teraza Tennis Centre, a 25-acre Shooting Centre, an Equestrian Centre, a dozen restaurants, night clubs, bars, a movieplex, pharmacy, marina and the stunning artist village of Altos de Chavon.

Golf at this hotel Teeth of the Dog; Dye Fore; The Links; La Romana (Private)
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