Golfing in the Caribbean. It’s different — it’s a little more relaxing, a little more fun, and a lot more beautiful. And golf courses continue to spring up around the region, often at some of its best resorts. While it wasn’t the case a few decades ago, the Caribbean now boasts some of the best courses in the hemisphere. Of course, the best part is that, after all is said and done, you can retire to the greatest 19th hole around: the beach. These are the best golf resorts in the Caribbean — the places that combine great resorts with equally great courses and golf experiences.
Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic
For golfers who love the Caribbean, this is Mecca. The resort is home to three all-world courses, all designed by Pete Dye: The Links, Dye Fore, and what’s almost universally agreed as the Caribbean’s best golf course: The Teeth of the Dog, home to seven oceanside holes and innumerable challenging shots.