The Casa de Campo resort was selected as a premier golf destination by Celebrated Living, American Airlines’ magazine.
The judges who chose the winners were the interior designer Kelly Wearstler; chef Marcus Samuelsson, winner of the James Beard Award, New York Times best-selling travel author Andrew McCarthy, and international architect Zaha Hadid.
Casa de Campo was ranked among the Best Golf Resorts in the World in the premium class.
The resort was praised for its four courses designed by Pete Dye and for hosting the PGA Tour / Dominican Republic Open.
The resort features the Teeth of the Dog course, built in 1971 and has seven holes aligned with the ocean; It has been recognized as the number one green in Latin America and selected as one the best in the world.
In addition, Dye Fore, located in the area of Altos de Chavon; its crags facing the Chavon River and its height influences so that the winds are a determining factor in the game.
Also, The Links, a short course where the greens are protected by many bunkers, with a Scottish type design with many small hills and undulations.
Also, La Romana Country Club, with four tees to accommodate all levels of play, is good for practicing short games.