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Casa de Campo Resort & Villas announces Spring Golf School

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 Casa de Campo Resort & Villas announces its “Spring Golf School” stay-and-play package hosted by the resort’s acclaimed teaching professional Eric Lillibridge will be held May 12 – 16.

Golfers seeking to improve their game at one of the world’s exceptional destinations can enroll in the Spring School which features over 18 hours of personal instruction at the resort’s world-class Golf Learning Center as well as out on the resort’s three celebrated Pete Dye-designed layouts including Teeth of the Dog, widely known as the No. 1 course in the Caribbean.

Topics covered in the Casa de Campo Spring Golf School include physical assessment and proper stretching, chipping and pitching, putting, full swing, and course management. Attendees will additionally receive video analysis and coaching in state-of-the-art TRACKMAN studios with personal video instruction voiceover as well as a student workbook containing tips and drills to practice with when back home.

“There is no better setting to improve your golf game than here in paradise at Casa de Campo,” says Lillibridge. “We invite you to come visit us and let our targeted, focused instruction get your game right on track while savoring one of the world’s great resort experiences.”

Since opening in 1971, Teeth of the Dog has been a “bucket list” layout for those seeking to play one of the top 50 golf courses in the world. Dye’s design hallmarks are all present: railroad ties, vast waste areas, peninsula greens and tees, hand-sculpted putting surfaces, and a unique assortment of pot bunkers. “The Heaven 7” oceanfront holes are astoundingly beautiful, causing Dye to famously quip: “I created 11 holes and God created seven.”

In the aftermath of the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the legendary resort initiated its new “Casa Cares” program touching virtually every area of the property including significant investment in new equipment and employee training. The robust health and safety practices will continue to remain a top priority extend to updated procedures for its golf courses as well. A full list of the new measures may be found here.

For more information, please contact 809-523-8115 or email [email protected]

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