Play Teeth of the Dog Till You Drop

Casa de Campo Teeth of the Dog (Image: Casa de Campo)

Teeth of the Dog features seven spectacular oceanside holes. (Image: Casa de Campo)

Have you always dreamed of tackling Pete Dye’s iconic Teeth of the Dog? Casa de Campo Resort & Villas is offering two unlimited-play packages at a course widely regarded as the Caribbean’s best.

Home to world-famous Teeth of the Dog and two other Pete Dye-designed courses, Casa de Campo Resort & Villas in the Dominican Republic is offering two “Unlimited Teeth of the Dog” stay-and-play packages through December 19, 2019.

The  Unlimited Teeth of the Dog With Breakfast package starts at $199 (all figures in U.S. dollars) per person, per night. In addition to all-day play on Teeth of the Dog, guests can also tee it up from dawn to dusk on the resort’s two other standout Pete Dye designs: Dye Fore (27 holes) and The Links (18).

The offer includes deluxe accommodation, daily breakfast buffet at Lago Restaurant, use of a four-passenger golf cart to travel throughout the resort, complimentary Wi-Fi, and use of the resort’s fitness center. All golf rounds are based on availability and include arrival and departure days.

The Unlimited Teeth of the Dog All Inclusive package features all of the above, as well as lunch, snacks, dinner and drinks at the resort’s restaurants, or delivered by room service. Also included: unlimited horseback riding and tennis, a session at the 99-hectare Shooting Club, non-motorized water sports, and family program activities. Starting price: $399 per person, per night.

Teeth of the Dog is the gemstone of a sprawling 2,833-hectare Caribbean resort so big and ripe with possibilities that hotel guests are given golf carts to get around the grounds. Especially unforgettable are Teeth of the Dog’s seven oceanside holes—including the eponymous 16th, a treacherous par three set in a rock cove roughly shaped like a dog’s snapping jaws. Dye calls this windswept and watery stretch “the seven holes created by God.”

Guest rooms at Casa de Campo are in red-roofed, two-storey casitas that dogleg out from the main reception area. Also available are 50 three- to seven-bedroom villas.

Other attractions include a marina community modelled after the colourful seaside towns of the Mediterranean, and Altos de Chavon, a re-creation of an Old World artisan village that includes a Grecian amphitheatre.

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