Are you a passionate golfer looking for a good holiday without giving up your favourite activity? Head to Punta Cana and indulge in your beloved sport in front of an incredibly beautiful and unforgettable landscape. Here are three places where golf enthusiasts can have fun in the Dominican Republic.
Here, inland, you have an interesting 18-hole, par 73 of 6,306-metre golf course to satisfy your desire for fun. The landscape is breathtaking with its natural forest surroundings inviting you to a total change of scenery between the hole and the green. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced golfer, you will enjoy the course with its wide, high quality fairways. The most beautiful hole on the course is number eight, a par three, with a star shape over the ocean. All in all, it’s a breathtaking view from the sky!
Club Barcelo The Lakes
Also in Punta Cana, you have the Barcelo The Lakes club. It is a golf course with a 9-hole course at the origin but, transformed later into a course 18 holes, par 72 of 6 133 meters. You will be treated to an idyllic setting that allows you to put your golfing skills to the test. You will be in total communion with the golf ball in the middle of a most natural environment dotted with miles of white sand, mangrove forest and lakes. Arm yourself with a good camera and your best smile to make this a memorable experience and one that will remain in your deepest memories.
Le Punta Espada
Situated along the Caribbean Sea, Punta Espada is an 18-hole, par 72, 6,573-metre golf course that is quite challenging, but still within reach of golfers of all levels. Five of the holes overlook the sea, while eight run alongside it, guaranteeing incredible land-sea swings to be experienced endlessly. The popularity of this magnificent golf course is echoed worldwide and is particularly popular with golfers from all over the world. If you are a nature lover, you will love spending time on the fairways of Punta Espada. The signature hole of the course is number thirteen. It requires you to hit the ball over the waves to land at the other end of the cove.