For the third year, the Dominican Republic has been named "This year's golf destination" in Latin America and the Caribbean. In the Dominican Republic there are amazing golf courses bordering the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Here golfers can enjoy top quality facilities and a tropical climate. The prerequisites provide a unique and challenging gaming experience for both amateurs and the more experienced golferine enthusiasts.

The International Association of Golf Operators (IAGTO) has awarded the Dominican Republic award as "this year's golf destination in Latin America and the Caribbean 2016." The golf courses attract over 150,000 people traveling here just for golf. Some of the courses are along the coast and offer a breathtaking view and a unique experience to play at the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.
"We are honored and proud to get the award for the third time as Latin America and West India's best golf destination. The award is a great acknowledgment for maintaining a high level of our facilities and for providing first-class service at our hotels and golf courses, "said Patricia Polanco de Olmos, Head of the Dominican Republic Tourist Office in Stockholm.
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"Nowhere in the world will a golf experience look like this," is a quote from one of the best golf architects, Jack Nicklaus. This award allows us to strengthen our position as West Coast and Latin America's premier golf destination, says Patricia Polanco de Olmos.
Dominican Republic has some of the world's most spectacular and amazing golf courses with a tropical climate that benefits golfers all year round. Designers and golfers like Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones, Gary Player, Tom Fazio, Paul B. "Pete" Dye and his son Paul Burke (P.B) Dye have done their best to fulfill every golfer's dreams. With more than 25 golf courses and 68 holes with sea views, the country has a high golf standard and with highest rated service. Among the most famous courses are Corales and La Cana at Punta Cana Resort & Club, Teeth of the Dog and Dye Fore at Casa de Campo and Punta Espada Golf Club in Cap Cana.

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