Carribean Gem: Dominican Republic

Carribean Gem: Dominican Republic

By Grant Fraser I don’t think Christopher Columbus was a golfer but if he was he’d certainly be proud of the golf courses that exist today on the Caribbean island of La Hispaniola, the tropical paradise he discovered south of the Florida Keys on December 5, 1492. Located where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Caribbean

By Grant Fraser

I don’t think Christopher Columbus was a golfer but if he was he’d certainly be proud of the golf courses that exist today on the Caribbean island of La Hispaniola, the tropical paradise he discovered south of the Florida Keys on December 5, 1492.

Located where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Caribbean Sea, La Hispaniola is the second largest island in the Caribbean and shared by the countries of Haiti to the west and The Dominican Republic to the east.

It is in the Dominican Republic that you will discover several of the best ocean golf courses anywhere in the world. Rugged coral coastlines, aqua-marine waters, warm breezes and layouts created by the likes of Jack Nicklaus, Pete Dye and Tom Fazio provide the perfect ingredients required for a delectable golf getaway.   shared by the countries of Haiti to the west and The Dominican Republic to the east. More

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