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Casa de Campo named “Best Golf Resort in the Caribbean” by GolfDigest.com

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In case you haven’t heard, Casa de Campo has won yet another award! This time, our luxury resort has won Best Golf Resorts In The Caribbean in the 2021 Golf Digest Editors’ Choice Award by GolfDigest.com. Way to go Casa de Campo! 

This program now enters its sixth year, and its mission to serve its readers has not wavered. GolfDigest seek to identify ‘The Best Things in Golf’ for them with an emphasis on lifestyle properties, products, and services. 

“This is Year 6 of our annual Editors’ Choice Awards package, offering once again an assortment of products that can help golfers play better, smarter, and healthier in 2021. From training aids to game analyzers, fitness equipment to the latest in golf apparel and accessories, our honorees provide you with the tools to become a better golfer. Additionally, we also recognize top destinations and travel-related services in hopes that golf trips will be something we can all enjoy again in the not-to-distant future. All told, there are more than 220 winners across 30-plus product categories. Sounds enticing, doesn’t it?” —Ryan Herrington Managing Editor of GolfDigest.com.

Casa de Campo Resort & Villas – a member of The Leading Hotels of the World – attracts affluent travelers with the offering of spacious hotel rooms, suites, and luxury villas. All of the accommodations come with golf carts to explore the expansive, lush 7,000 acres that Casa de Campo encompasses. Gourmet cuisine and fine wines and spirits are prevalent throughout the destination’s restaurants and bars, a 370-slip Marina & Yacht Club, Polo & Equestrian Club, La Terraza Tennis Center, and 245-acre Shooting Club.

This luxury Caribbean destination on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic is also home to three of the game’s most difficult golf courses all designed by Pete Dye, including Teeth of the Dog, Dye Fore, and Links. Casa de Campo is also home to Altos de Chavón – an artisan’s village modeled after a 16th-century Mediterranean city with boutique shops, museums, and a 5,000-seat Grecian-style amphitheater inaugurated by Frank Sinatra in August of 1982. 

Congratulations Casa de Campo on your continuing success!!! We’re so proud to live and work in this piece of paradise in the Caribbean!

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