Location: La Romana
Designer: Pete Dye
This golf course – the first creation of Dye in Casa de Campo- was opened in 1971 and it was the first time that Dominican Republic got to be known as a worldwide reference destination for golf. Nealy 40 years later, Teeth of the Dog has kept itself between the best golf courses in the world as per the magazines “Golfweek” and “Golf Digest”, being on the top positions for the Caribbean and Latin Americana. It has seven holes in front of the sea -4 of the first 9 holes and 3 of the last 9-, due to the changes of the wind, those are very difficult to play at.